Fignition

Could it be? During a routine inspection of my sapling fig tree Monday, I noticed two tiny bulbous protrusions. It seems unlikely that my tree would attempt to produce fruit so soon. It also seems unlikely that the fruit will have time to grow and ripen before it gets too cold. The temperature dropped to around 50° last night. I wonder if I’ll be one of those people who wrap their plants in blankets at the first sign of frost.

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3 Responses to Fignition

  1. Nancy Waters says:

    Frank, FIGS IN BLANKETS vs. pigs in blankets? Now I’m sounding like YOU!

  2. Meaghan says:

    You are definitely on to something, Nancy! Check out this “Figs in a Blanket” recipe! http://www.rachaelraymag.com/recipes/rachael-ray-magazine-recipe-search/appetizer-starter-recipes/blue-cheese-figs-in-a-blanket

  3. I am one of those people with snuggly wrapped plants. I have honeylopes to finish growing so I can eat them 😀

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