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Fig Tree, Anjeer Fruit, Common Fig Fruit

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Growing Anjeer plant is an easy way to add a tropical flair to your garden. When you know that it’s important and how to care for Anjeer plants, you will be rewarded with many years of lovely fruit.

  • What makes it special:One of the best attractive and nutritional fruit plants.
  • Good source of calcium.
  • Low maintenance plant.
  • Perfect plant for outdoor garden.

This product does not have the flowers and fruits at the time of shipping. Afterward, the plant will bloom and produce fruits.Anjeer is a beautiful small deciduous tree with an interesting spreading habit from the Moraceae family. The breadth is often wider than the height of 4-9 meter.

The bark is a smooth, silvery gray. The leaves of the tree are the identifying feature, they are about 4 inches long and have 3 or 5 lobes.The species name carica means having papaya-like leaves. The fruit, which is called anjeer, may be top-shaped, or pear-shaped, 1 to 4 in long, and varies in color from yellowish-green to coppery, bronze, or dark-purple.Well loved for their sweet, mild flavor fruit and multiple uses and fig are great source of calcium.In Missouri, plants may be grown in sheltered locations outdoors with root mulch or in containers that are overwintered indoors. Planting is usually done in the month of January-February month.

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Description

 

Common Name Anjeer, Common Fig
Maximum Reachable Height Up to 9 meter
Flower Colour Yellowish-green to coppery.
Bloom Time February-May
Difficulty Level Easy

Planting And Care

 

Refer our Beginners garden guide for detailed procedures and meanings of words related to gardening.

 

Sunlight

Morning sunlight of more than 6 hours a day is ideal for flowering and fruit development.

SoilThe soil should be well drained, fertile and rich in organic content for growing Anjeer fruit plants.

WateringPoke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture.

Apply 4 cup (approx.200ml) of water when the topsoil (1-2 inch) in the pot feels dry to touch.

Do not overwater the plant.

As a rule of thumb, water the plants thoroughly in summer and reduce watering in the winter and rainy seasons.

Water should be applied preferably in the morning or evening.

Application of FertilizerBefore application of fertilizer loosen the topsoil without disturbing the roots of the plant, it can uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.

Apply organic fertilizer once a month during the main growing season (December-February)

Apply water immediately after application of fertilizer.

Plant ProtectionRemove dead, infected or damaged plant parts and discard them away from the plants.

For any insect attack or disease, you can use Neem oil, Eucalyptus oil or Citrus oil spray for primary treatment.

 

Don’t Do overwater the plant especially when the pot doesn’t have a drainage hole.

Avoid applying water on hot afternoons. It may cause fungus infection.

Fig Tree Care

Initial care for 1-2 weeks after receiving plant at your location:

Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture.

Apply 4 cups (approx.200ml) of water when the topsoil (1-2 inches) in the pot feels dry to touch.

Keep the plant in artificial bright light.

Do not re-pot for min. 2 weeks after receiving it.

 

Key requirements to keep the plant healthy:

Sunlight Natural bright light with morning sunlight(more than 6 hours)
Watering Apply 4 cups (approx.200ml) of water when the topsoil (1-2 inch) in the pot feels dry to touch
Soil Well-drained, fertile, and rich in organic content
Temperature 30-45 Degree Celsius
Fertilizer Apply organic fertilizer once a month during the main growing season (December-February)
Harvest Season June

Fig Tree Special Feature

Small fruit tree. The tree is hardy in nature and requires comparatively low maintenance costs

Fig Tree Uses

Ornamental Use:

  • Fig plant can be used in the garden for an ornamental purpose

Medicinal Use:

  • Fig fruit is used as a laxative to relieve constipation and its leaves are used for diabetes, high cholesterol and other skin conditions
  • Some time milky sap(latex) from the tree used to treat skin tumors and wart
  • Note: The following information is general guidelines, be sure to ask your healthcare provider for guidelines

Culinary Use:

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