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Fig ‘Petite Negra’ (Ficus carica)

Fig ‘Petite Negra’ (Ficus carica)

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Fig ‘Petite Negra’ (Ficus carica)
‘Petite Negra’ is an amazing fruiting fig that produces medium- sized plump black juicy figs at a young age. This impressive fig is perfect for the indoor or patio gardener since it starts fruiting when plants are less than 12” tall. Grow in full sun on a windowsill or outside in warm temperatures. If growing conditions are kept warm, it will hold its foliage year-round. Under cool temperatures, the plant will drop its leaves and go dormant until temperatures warm up.
Hardiness Zone 8, 9, 10
Bloom Season Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 2-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 30
Plant Type Easy Grower
  1. Fruits after just a few months Review by Jon
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    This is an amazing little Fig plant! I have only had it thru one season (Spring thru Summer) and it has already produced about 4 figs. The fruit is not large, but still it is amazing that such a small plant already produces fruit. I had purchased another bare root fig plant from a different online nursery and the plant died after a couple of months. I tried this 2 times and it still failed no matter how much I tried to keep it alive. This one from Logee's is still growing strong and producing fruit after just a few months. If you want to try growing figs, start here. (Posted on 9/9/2015)