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Bare root fig trees

Posted by jmmedeiros z9USA,CALIFORNI (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 31, 09 at 3:03


I would like to know if bare root fig trees can be shipped during winter time, like any other decidious fruit trees.Exs: pear, plum,apricots, apple, peach, etc...
I do not see any reason why not.However I have never seen a bare root fig tree in any nursery outlet. I would like to have answers on this.Thank you.Jaime

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RE: Bare root fig trees

Yes, fig trees can be shipped barerooted during the winter time. A number of on-line nursery company's sell them that way. Sometime's Lowe's or HomeDepot will carry them packaged in wood shavings but you run the risk of getting a mislabeled tree. Contact me through my email and I can offer more information.

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