Originally Posted by lukeott
flaxss, With language barrier, I hope you understand about Desert King. Where you live, it is to cold for this tree to grow fruit with the tree growing in the ground. You must dig it up and grow in a large pot. If it freezes to the ground, you will never get to eat fruit.
As for language, I only speak English, and I'm not very good at that. My computers skills are even worse.
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Thank you very much : ) yes I understand, isint the san pedro figs type that do that ? But i have it more like on trial. I have many in pots also. The one here in pic do get fruits, the year it froze down i got fruits on first-year wood.
Here are some winter pic after a long and cold winter, where the trunk died.
22 dec 2009
and this pic below 2 March 2010, this winter it was not so much of snow and lowest -2,2F.
This is the worst damaged it has ever gotten, summer pic when recovered.
summer pic are from 28 aug 2010, its was very small this summer i thought it wouldn't survive the following winter.
The next winter was even colder 9,4F but a thich layer of snow so it had almost no die back and the summer came early that year date in picture ,, thanks