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Ficus carica 'Magnolia'
Ficus carica 'Magnolia'
Item No. 345-0400-006
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FEATURES: · Cold Hardy · Easy to Grow · Fast Growing · Self-fertile · Low Maintenance
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Out of Stock-Ships in 6" nursery pot 12-18 inches in height.
FEATURES: · Cold Hardy · Easy to Grow · Fast Growing · Self-fertile · Low Maintenance

Ficus carica ‘Magnolia’ is a great performer in the Southeast. It has become very popular in Texas in the dooryard fruit market. This fig has brown skin with an amber colored pulp. 'Magnolia' has an open eye which can cause the fruit to sour quickly, so it is important to pick it just before it is ripe. This is an ideal fig for canning. 'Magnolia' will produce figs on current and last years growth.


Figs make a welcome addition to home container gardens and landscapes. They can be grown as a tree or pruned and grown as a bush. They fruit on the current year’s growth. This allows the plant to fruit even if the plant froze to the ground during winter months. If the plant is to be grown in cold climates it is recommend to be grown as a bush. These are all self pollinating varieties that will fruit in containers.

Name Ficus carica 'Magnolia'
Common Names Common Fig, Edible Fig, Higo
Grow Zone 7
Light Conditions Full Sun
Water Requirements Meduim - Low
PH Level 6.0 -6.5
Minimum Height 15 feet
Maximum Height 20 feet
Growth Habit Moderate
Bloom Period Early Spring
Bloom Color Coppery, Bronze, Dark Purple
Fragrant Yes
Best Grown In Outdoors, Large Planters
Scientific Name Ficus carica
Class Magnoliopsida
Family Moraceae
Genus Ficus
Species carica
Cultivar Magnolia
Salt Tolerance Moderate
Grow Zone 7
Grow Zones
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