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Can I get fresh figs this time of year ?

asked by Lu over 1 year ago
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sdebrango

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added over 1 year ago

Figs are not readily available in the US this time of year, I am not sure about elsewhere in the world. I found this online:
Figs have two seasons. A quick, shorter season in early summer and a second, main crop that starts in late summer and runs through fall. Figs cannot withstand temperatures much below 20

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pierino

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added over 1 year ago

Only if the figs are imported. Fig trees are deciduous. I have one myself and now with spring having arrived it showing the first tiniest signs of leaf development. Last year (chalk it up to climate change) I got figs very early.