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Fagraea fragrans, Cyrtophyllum fragrans, Tembusu, Ironwood

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 Fagraea fragrans, Cyrtophyllum fragrans
Family: Gentianaceae   (Formerly:Loganiaceae )
Tembusu, Ironwood
Origin: Burma to Indomalesia
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsFlood tolerant

The Tembusu is an evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia. It is slow-growing, medium-sized with a conical crown, sometimes being no more than a shrub. Very fragrant creamy white tubular flowers have a distinct aroma and the fruits of the tree are bitter tasting red berries, which are eaten by birds and fruit bats.

This is a highly variable species. The trunk of this tree can produce very hard wood that can be used to make chopping boards. The wood can last over 100 years, particularly as termites and weevils do not eat this kind of wood. People always use this wood for creating the floors of their homes and love to sleep on it. The tree yields a high-quality timber and excellent fuel and charcoal. It is planted in reforestation and soil stabilization programs and is also often planted as an ornamental and shade tree in parks and along roads.

Close related species:

F. gigantea - a large canopy tree with more regularly fissured bark and leaves that have an undulating margin and only 5 - 6 instead of around 8 pairs of secondary veins.

F. wallichiana - with broader leaves, larger flowers, and larger more ellipsoid fruits


 Fagraea fragrans, Cyrtophyllum fragrans, Tembusu, Ironwood

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The Tembusu is an evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia. It is slow-growing, medium-sized with a conical crown, sometimes being no more than a shrub. Very fragrant creamy-white tubular flowers have a distinct aroma and the fruits of the tree are bitter tasting red berries, which are eaten by birds and fruit bats. This is a highly variable species.
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Ficus carica, Fig Tree, Brevo

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Kadota
 Ficus carica
Family: Moraceae
Fig Tree, Brevo
Origin: Southwest Asia
Can be used for bonsaiSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterOrnamental foliageDeciduousEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

A small tree native to southwest Asia. Widely grown for its fruit and is commercially grown in the United States in California, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. The fig was one of the first plants ever to be cultivated by humans. Fossilized figs dating to 9400-9200 BC were found in an early Neolithic village in the Jordan Valley.

The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. Most figs are deciduous during the winter months and drop their leaves in late December and resume growth in February and early March.

The fig fruit is actually a hollow receptacle with hundreds of small fleshy flowers facing each other on the inside. In their native habitat, figs are pollinated by a tiny gall wasp that enters the flower cluster through a small opening in the apex. Each flower then produces a small fruit containing the seeds. The wasp is not present in most of North America, so seeds are not produced.

Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. There are even varieties with yellow fruit. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly.

Figs grow nicely and will bear fruit when grown in containers where they can be artfully pruned to create a living sculpture to decorate deck or patio. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging). Drought tolerant, once established. Mulch heavily with organic materials to conserve moisture, improve soil structure and reduce root knot nematode levels. Responds well to pruning and can be espaliered or pruned heavily in the dormant season for size control and to increase the main crop.

Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant. Young fig trees should be watered regularly until fully established.

Figs will shade out anything growing beneath. Repeated pruning to control size causes loss of crop. Roots are greedy, traveling far beyond the tree canopy. For container grown plants, replace most of the soil in the tub every three years and keep the sides of the tub shaded to prevent overheating in sunlight.

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Ficus carica 'Brown Turkey'
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Ficus carica - Fig Beers Black

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Beer's Black Figs are medium sized with outstanding flavor. A reddish pink interior and a violet skin. Beers Black cultivar is somewhat similar to Violet de Bordeaux in overall flavor, and to some people has even better characteristics. Rated to zone 7 and potentially to zone 6, so many homes can enjoy growing this cultivar outdoors year round. The health benefits of your homegrown figs are an added plus; they are high in Iron, Fiber, Potassium, and Calcium. If you love delicious, healthy treats... Fresh figs are a natural choice!
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions. Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
See article about this fruit tree.
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Ficus carica - Fig Black Mission

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Fig Tree - dark fruit Black Mission variety. Introduced in California around 1770 from mission station in Baja. A hardy and easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze. Black color fruit, with amber to strawberry color pulp. Sweet rich flavor, excellent fresh quality. Unlike many other fig varieties first crop (breba crop) is good as well in most growing conditions.
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions. Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
See article about this fruit tree.
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Ficus carica - Fig Brown Turkey

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Fig Tree - dark fruit variety: Brown Turkey. Turkish Brown is a large, excellent fig, extremely popular amongst fig lovers. It is also known as Aubique Noire, Negro Largo and San Piero. A hardy and easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze.
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging). Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
See article about this fruit tree.
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SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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Ficus carica - Fig Ischia

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Fig Tree - light skinned variety: Ischia. Light skinned, with strawberry colored pulp, very sweet and rich. Ripens early. An easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze.
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging). Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
Compact tree, very popular for pot culture.
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Ficus carica - Fig Texas Everbearing

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Fig Tree variety "Texas Everbearing" ("Southern Brown Turkey") - dark fruit variety. A hardy and easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze. Fruit is very similar to Brown Turkey fig with excellent sweet flavor. It's known to bear few times a year in warm areas.
A hardy and easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze. Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging).
See article about this fruit tree.
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Ficus carica - Fig White Marseilles

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The Marseilles fig is a half-hardy, deciduous shrub that produces small, greenish-yellow-white figs. The ornate leaf and upright habit make for a very nice looking plant. The greenish-yellow skin on the fruit helps to keep the birds form beating the grower to the fruit.
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging). Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
See article about this fruit tree.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
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Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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Ficus carica - FigMagnolia

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Fig Tree - dark fruit Magnolia variety. A hardy and easy to grow fruit tree, tolerates freeze. Bronze color fruit, with brown amber pulp. Sweet rich flavor, excellent fresh quality.
Figs are prized for their delicious fruit, which can be one to three inches in length, violet, brown or black. Most fruits are borne from early summer to late fall on new growth, and the fruits generally mature very quickly. The lovely lobed green leaves make it valuable in the landscape even without its fruit. They are very large, prominently veined and deeply lobed and may be 8 to 10 inches long. The fig makes a splendid patio or indoor plant that grows with little attention, save for constantly moist soil and bright light. Prefers alkaline, well-drained soil, but can tolerate wet conditions (waterlogging). Trees are very sensitive to frost when actively growing, but can withstand 10F when dormant.
See article about this fruit tree.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
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SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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Ficus carica - LSU Purple Fig 

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LSU Purple fig is a very reliable, prolific producer of early to late delicious figs. One of the best figs to come along for some time. Excellent for containers, producing early figs as soon as growth starts. Very acclimated to the fluctuating weather of the South, does great in Virginia Beach. Zones 7-9. Has fruited well at our nursery (zone 7). Best to pick a few days after fruit turns black, wrinkles and elongates.
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Ficus carica - Olympian Fig

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'Olympian' is a ultra cold hardy fig and absolutely delicious. This fig produces very sweet fruits with thin purple skin with a red to violet flesh. A unique heirloom variety that produces well in cool and coastal climates.
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Mango-Food - Smart Release Fruit Tree Booster
SUNSHINE-Honey - sugar booster
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Ficus carica - Texas Blue Giant Fig

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Texas Blue Giant Fig Tree has exceptional fruit. Imagine an everbearing fig tree with fruit that is sweet and delectable all season long! Texas Blue Giant Fig produces huge fruit with attractive purple skin and a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth amber flesh.
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Ficus citrifolia, Shortleaf Fig, Florida Banyan, Giant Bearded Fig, Wild Banyantree, Wimba Tree

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Family: Moraceae
Shortleaf Fig, Florida Banyan, Giant Bearded Fig, Wild Banyantree, Wimba Tree
Origin: Central America
Can be used for bonsaiBig tree > 20 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerant

Ficus citrifolia can grow up to 18 metres tall. The bole can be 75cm in diameter The plant often begins life as an epiphyte, growing in the branch of another tree; as it grows older it sends down aerial roots which, when they reach the ground quickly form roots and become much thicker and more vigorous. They supply nutrients to the fig, allowing it to grow faster than the host tree.

The roundish fruit is greenish, often brown dotted, turning reddish and brownish at maturity, about 10mm in diameter. Fleshy, but with very little flavour.

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Ficus religiosa, Bo-Tree, Sacred Ficus, Peepal Tree

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Family: Moraceae
Bo-Tree, Sacred Ficus, Peepal Tree
Origin: India and Asia
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Bo-Tree, Sacred Ficus. This large deciduous tree is sacred to the Hindus and Buddhists, under which Budda received enlightenment. This fast growing tree usually begins as an epiphytem (air plant, grows on trees) but develops roots to support its height of ninety plus feet. The Bo-Tree has purple figs and is different from other species, because of its slender, long leaf tip.

Can be grown as bonsai.


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Ficus religiosa - Bo-Tree, Peepal, Sacred Ficus

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Bo-Tree, Sacred Ficus. This large deciduous tree is sacred to the Hindus and Buddhists, under which Budda received enlightenment. This fast growing tree usually begins as an epiphytem (air plant, grows on trees) but develops roots to support its height of ninety plus feet. The Bo-Tree has purple figs and is different from other species, because of its slender, long leaf tip. Can be grown as bonsai.This item is certified for shipping to California.
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Ficus sp., Ficus

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Family: Moraceae
Ficus
Can be used for bonsaiBig tree > 20 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterOrnamental foliageSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plantUnknown name

Species and varieties:

Ficus abutilifolia

Ficus altissima

Ficus americana

Ficus aspera

Ficus aurata

Ficus auriculata

Ficus bengalensis

Ficus benjamina

Ficus binnendijkii

Ficus capensis

Ficus carica

Ficus citrifolia

Ficus cordata salicifolia

Ficus crassiramea

Ficus cyathistipula

Ficus deltoidea

Ficus destruens

Ficus drupacea

Ficus elastica

Ficus fistulosa

Ficus habrophylla

Ficus hispida

Ficus krishnae

Ficus kurzii

Ficus luschnathiana

Ficus lutea

Ficus lyrata

Ficus macrocarpa

Ficus microcarpa

Ficus mysorensis

Ficus nota

Ficus obliqua

Ficus opposita

Ficus palmeri

Ficus petiolaris

Ficus platypoda

Ficus pseudopalma

Ficus pumila

Ficus punctata

Ficus pyriformis

Ficus racemosa

Ficus ramentacea

Ficus religiosa

Ficus rubiginosa

Ficus rumphii

Ficus sarmentosa

Ficus sagittata

Ficus sarmentosa

Ficus saussureana

Ficus scabrifolia

Ficus septica

Ficus subcordata

Ficus superba

Ficus sur

Ficus sycomorus

Ficus triangularis

Ficus variegata

Ficus vasculosa

Ficus villosa

Ficus virens


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Ficus luschnathiana

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Ficus villosa
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Ficus cyathistipula
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Ficus microcarpa
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Ficus drupacea
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Ficus drupacea (?)
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Ficus habrophylla
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Ficus ramentacea
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Ficus rumphii
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Ficus 'Mini'
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Ficus citrifolia
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Ficus habrophylla
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Ficus scabrifolia
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Ficus americana
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Ficus punctata 'Panama'
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Ficus ramentacea
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Ficus punctata 'Panama'
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Ficus cyathistipula
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Ficus destruens
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Ficus rumphii
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Ficus fistulosa
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Ficus opposita
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Ficus drupacea (?)
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Ficus sarmentosa
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Ficus punctata 'Panama'
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Ficus sur
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Ficus crassiramea
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Ficus septica
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Ficus aurata
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Ficus aurata
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Ficus vasculosa
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Ficus vasculosa
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