Monmouthshire, United Kingdom
We have a mature fig tree, grown from an offshoot of a friends fig tree, probably about 25 yrs old. It is a lovely shape and seems quite healthy.
It is covered in figs, but to my Hubby's dismay they are not edible.
It has been growing alongside a row of conifers, we wondered if they had affected it at all. Last year we had the conifers taken down, so we were hoping the figs would benefit. There are two more fig trees growing nearby about 5yrs old about 5ft tall, the figs on these are good.
Is there anything we can do to improve the figs on the mature tree so that they are edible?
- 16 Jul, 2010