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5fignut6

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Here are my 15 SIP figs with a Dripworks setup. All did well in the unheated garage this cold, long winter. Thanks again to members for the cuttings exchange a few years back. Verte, Jurupa, VdB, Brunswick, and Brooklyn Dark are loaded with figs.

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Wow! They look so thick, lush, green, and bushy! Great green thumb you have! Thanks for sharing. Might I ask, what soil mix do you use?
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David, North GA, zone 7b Growing figs since May 2014. Wish List: Cuttings: Kesariani, Battaglia Green, Col de Dama Rimada, Col de Dame Noir 
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Hi there,
Can you tell me what SIP means .

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Very Nice
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Nice plants, love the setup.

What is the pot source and size you are using?

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Wish list: a bountiful harvest to share and enjoy... and an Improved Celeste
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You have a beautiful back-yard!  What size containers are you using for your SIPs and where did you buy them?
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Nice set up, and a very nice back yard...good luck with your fig trees.
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soil mix was mushroom soil, sand, peat moss, lime and osmocote fert. SIP is self irrigated pot or SWC self watering container. Pots are 17 gal. from home depot and tractor supply.
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Thanks enigma,
I should have known that lol.
Awesome set up, good luck.

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