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brown turkey fig

Posted by dgs9r z7 Baltimore, MD (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 20, 09 at 23:05

Has anyone grown this successfully in our area?
Thanks!


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RE: brown turkey fig

Hi,

There is a very active Fig forum. Try your question there and many folks in the DC/Baltimore/NoVA area will answer. I have 2 very healthy figs this year thanks to all of the help and advice on the Fig Forum.

DL

Here is a link that might be useful: Fig Forum


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RE: brown turkey fig

This grows a little too successfully in a partially shaded area between two houses. We are worried about the roots encroaching on a wall. Despite severe pruning, it keeps on doing its thing -- mostly feeding the birds rather than our family!


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RE: brown turkey fig

  • Posted by dgs9r z7 Baltimore, MD (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 31, 09 at 21:49

Thanks Dancinglemons! I've posted it in figs.

Shadysite -- I'm in zone 7, so not sure if it will grow gangbusters here or not...


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