Fig Tree


Anonymous added on May 22, 2014 | Answered

I bought a fig tree and planted it last spring. It grew about 3-4 feet that summer and sprouted figs which lasted till the end of the season but remained green and about the size of a grape. This year, early April, the tree was full of figs again. About two weeks later these figs just dissapeared. I looked on the branches to see if they had dried up, but no trace at all. I looked around the ground to see if they had fallen off, but no trace at all. I know this is only its second year in the ground, but why did I get figs the first year and the beginning of spring this year and they just disappeared?

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Answered on May 22, 2014

It is likely an animal, possibly birds, that are taking your fruit. This article will help:

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