||Fig Osborne Prolific Fig
The Osborne Prolific, also known as Neveralla, is a moderate sized, prolific, self fruiting, deciduous tree. Attractive with lovely branching for attractive winter character. Low heat requirements means it is well suited for cool, coastal areas. Low water use plant and also excellent for container gardening. Fruit has attractive, deep purplish-brown skin with opalescent amber flesh. Two crops per season.
Figs are delicious, healthful and easy-to-cultivate. The versatile, sweet fruit is an amazing source of fiber and is super easy to grow and eventually harvest.
||This large fig has opalescent, amber flesh with pink hues. The flavor is sweet, fruity and delicate.
||Upright. Moderate growing.
||Two crops: Early summer and late fall.
||Container, espalier, ground
||Full sun to part shade. Produces best fruit in full sun (minimum of six hours).
||Plant in organically rich, moist, well-drained soil. Figs need good air circulation. Low water use once established.
|Planting and Care Tip:
||Prune to desired shape in the dormant season. Figs bleed a latex sap if pruned earlier. Reduce undesirable density by removing entire branches at their base.
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