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MrsMagnolia Thu 03-Sep-09 11:04:53

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kateGB Thu 03-Sep-09 21:23:18

Try the Gardeners World website. I remember them rubbing the teeny figs off but can't remember when!

It was something to do with them not reaching maturity at that time of year and letting to plant put it's strength into the next seasons crop.

FuriousGeorge Fri 11-Sep-09 22:50:35

I haven't removed any figs,but have had 3 lovely ripe ones so far,with another one on the way.

How big is your fig? Mine is about 3-4 ft tall and planted in half a barrel.I have fed and watered it a lot,but nothing else.

MrsMagnolia Sat 12-Sep-09 19:01:23

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meltedmarsbars Mon 14-Sep-09 20:22:22

Remove these winter figs, keep the spring ones.

milkmoustache Tue 15-Sep-09 09:52:44

What do you feed your figs with?

Pannacotta Tue 15-Sep-09 12:54:05

YOu dont need to feed figs, they thrive on poor, dry soil.

MrsMagnolia Wed 16-Sep-09 20:07:59

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