Fig Tree

(Ficus Carica )

Fruit tree with edible figs and broad, lobed leaves.


Height: 1.0m to 1.2m

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Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
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Sam
Sam
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 43cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Julie (Gloss)
Julie (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 42cm Height

Material: Ceramic

5.0
Lily | White
Lily | White
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

5.0
Lily | Black
Lily | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

Alena | Black
Alena | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Scarlett
Scarlett
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Dimensions: 35cm Diameter x 47.5cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Sale priceAED 150

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Description

The Fig Tree, scientifically known as Ficus Carica, is a deciduous tree that belongs to the mulberry family. It is native to the Middle East and Western Asia, but it is now widely cultivated in many parts of the world, including Europe, North America, and Australia. The Fig Tree can grow up to 10 meters tall, but the average height is between 1.0m to 1.7m. The Fig Tree has a unique appearance with its large, lobed leaves that are up to 25cm long and 20cm wide. The leaves are dark green and have a rough texture on the upper surface, while the underside is covered with fine hairs. The tree produces small, inconspicuous flowers that are pollinated by wasps. The fruit of the Fig Tree is a pear-shaped or round structure that is about 3-5cm in diameter. The fruit has a tough skin that is green when unripe and turns brown or purple when ripe.

Caring for your Fig Tree

Light Requirements - Direct Sunlight
Pet Friendliness - No