Fig Trees

Fig trees or Ficus carica originated in northern Asia although you can find mention of them across the world throughout history: In the bible, Jesus curses one for not producing fruit for him as he passed (not from primrose) and Plato describes their use as the sole diet of the athletes at Olympia who used their high sugar content to boost their energy levels.

It is their sweet tasting, succulent fruit along with their hardiness and ability to thrive in a container, against a wall or in the garden which have made them a sought after tree throughout the centuries.

Their fruit contains a host of vitamins and minerals and are renowned for their health benefits including aiding digestion, lowering cholesterol and boosting weight loss.

We provide only the highest quality fig trees in large pots, or bare root , ready to be planted straight into your garden.

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