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Mr. Jack has a farm
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and on his farm
he has lots of trees
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Fruit Trees here,
Blueberries there,
and Cypress Trees
everywhere
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and on his farm
he has lots of fun
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Mature Height:

0 - 10 feet

Mature Spread:

0 - 12 feet
Mature Form: Bell Shape
Growth Rate: Moderate

Sun Exposure:

Full Sun

Soil Moisture:

Well-Drained

Soil Type:

Mostly Sand to Some Clay
Foliage Color: Green
Fall Color: Orange, Red, or Yellow
Ripens: Late June to August
Fruit Color: Brown
pH Preference: 5.5 - 8
Zones: 8 - 11
Heritage: Southwest Asia
  
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Texas Everbearing figs looks really nice when you leave it bushy, or you can prune it to be a small tree. You want to also protect this tree, if possible, from birds who will also love the figs! 

 

  
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The Texas Everbearing fig is also known as Brown Turkey fig.

  
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All figs are synconia, meaning that inside the fruit there is tens to hundreds of tiny flowers without stalks.

 

 

 

The foliage is green June through August. Leaves are 3 or 5 lobed, from 4 to 10 inches long. Provides dense shade.

 

  
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