Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey' Standard - 4L Pot

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Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey' Standard - 4L Pot

Certainly one of the best figs for the British climate. It crops reliably in the UK given a sunny sheltered spot, ideally against a south or west facing wall. Once established, the plant is drought tolerant and provides excellent shade, and also produces wonderful Mediterranean fruit that are naturally rich in Vitamin C. Will grow well in a pot, or in a pot sunk into the ground to within 2.5cm of the rootball.

'Standard' is a term to describe the size of the tree as it is delivered to you. The eventual growth height of the tree is no different. Standards are more mature with thicker stems.

  • Comes in a: 4L pot
  • Approx. Height on Arrival (incl pot): 120-150cm (4ft-4'9")
  • Tree is approx. 2 years old
  • Foliage Colour: Dark green
  • Approx. Growth Height: 3m
  • Approx Spread: 2.5m
  • Harvesting Period: Late summer
  • Tolerance: Drought tolerant
  • Growing Habit: Bushy
  • Self pollinating: Yes
  • Uses: Eating fresh, cooking, jams/preserves
  • Hardiness: Hardy
  • Exposure: Sheltered
  • Rate of Growth: max. height in 10-20 years
  • Scented: Barely
  • Wildlife friendly - attracts bees and other pollinating insects
  • Light Requirements: full sun
  • Soil Requirements: alkaline, neutral, chalky, loamy, sandy
  • Moisture: moist but well-drained, well-drained

Caring and Maintenance

If growing in a container move the plant outside in spring, once the prospect of frosts has gone. Mulch outdoor grown plants in spring. Water well in summer. Figs can produce fruitlets in spring and summer. Only the small fruitlets produced in late summer can survive the winter, so remove any large fruitlets which you don't believe will survive. Fruitlets produced in spring may ripen in a greenhouse but are very unlikely to ripen outdoors. Remove any fruits which are not large enough to ripen at the end of the season.

  • Planting Distance: 3m

If growing outdoors plant in a sunny location, ideally against a wall for protection. Figs also grow very well in containers, as they can be overwintered. Containers can also be sunk into the ground. Soil should be moisture retentive, as they grow well in soil with good drainage. A pH of 6.0 - 7.5 is ideal. They can be planted at any time but spring is the best period, as it gives the plant a full growing season to become established.

Dig a hole that is 60cm x 60cm x 60cm and 20cm away from the base of a wall. Backfill with soil and with compost if necessary. Slabs can be used underground to limit root growth and encourage fruit crops.

Optional Extras
  • 60g Empathy rootgrow™ Mycorrizal Fungi
    Add +
  • Grow Your Own - Liquid Seaweed Fertiliser by Empathy - 1L
    Add +
  • One Tree Stake and Tie Kit - 1.2m
    Add +
  • All-purpose Liquid Seaweed Stimulant by Empathy - 1L
    Add +
Selected items will be included with your purchase

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Fruit Benefits

These fruits should be eaten or frozen within a few days of harvest. They please even the most sophisticated of palates, and can be made into jams and preserves to bring great summer memories on autumn or winter days. Freshly picked fruit will bring your desserts to life with a flavour that simply can't be matched by mass produced, shop bought fruit. When planning your garden, try to choose varieties with fruits that ripen from early summer to late autumn to ensure a constant supply of fresh fruits throughout the warmer months.

RHS Award of Garden Merit

The Award of Garden Merit or AGM is an award made to garden plants by the British Royal Horticultural Society after a period of assessment by the appropriate committees of the Society. Awards are made annually after plant trials (which may last for one or more years, depending on the type of plant being trialled) at RHS Garden, Wisley and other RHS gardens, or after observation of plants in specialist collections. This is intended to judge the plants' performance for conditions in the UK.

Growth 3 Months After Planting In June

Tree When Planted In March

These figs are delicious fresh or even used in a pie as seen below!

Customer Reviews
Rating: 1/5

"you say garden gabion but I bought and was delivered a fig tree. One start as your analytics have dropped a cog, are people being asked to rate someone else's purchase?"

Reviewed Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Rating: 5/5

"Arrived well packaged and in good condition"

Reviewed Thursday, 21 September 2017

Rating: 5/5

"They were much bigger and better than what I thought I was getting"

Reviewed Monday, 28 August 2017

Rating: 5/5

"I purchased a fig tree which looks perfect at the moment!"

Reviewed Sunday, 30 July 2017

Rating: 5/5

"Great quality trees"

Reviewed Sunday, 9 April 2017

Rating: 5/5

"Lovely large tree. Arrived with plenty of buds. Leaves already starting to grow."

Reviewed Monday, 3 April 2017

Rating: 4/5

"Not so well shaped plant, but in good condition."

Reviewed Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Rating: 4/5

"My plant arrived well packaged & perfectly safe."

Reviewed Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Rating: 5/5

"Plants took slightly longer to arrive than promise date."

Reviewed Thursday, 23 February 2017

Rating: 5/5

"The trees look healthy & well developed. A small sample fig was included in the box to show what it will produce; hopefully, a lot more this summer. Too early to say more; only later this year will I be able to say how well the trees became established."

Reviewed Thursday, 16 February 2017

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