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creeping fig hardiness

Posted by peachpie1001 6 MD (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 8, 04 at 13:01

Can I leave my creeping fig topiary outside this winter? I live in western Maryland mountains. This is my first year growing creeping fig and I don't have much area for keeping houseplants inside.

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RE: creeping fig hardiness

No, I think your area is too cold for creeping fig. I'm in zone 8a and don't think it will live over the winter here. I have two creeping fig topiaries inside under a grow light and they do well.

RE: creeping fig hardiness

Not in your zone. These plants are tropical - zone 11.

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