Nothing Like Fresh Figs! Stimulate Fast New Growth | Chicago Hardy Fig Tree Care Repotting and Taste Test | Guten Yardening

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Earlier this year, we purchased a Chicago Hardy Fig tree. These figs are known for being cold hardy fig trees, and they can survive in our zone 5 gardening weather. That being said, we overwintered the fig indoors, and now we have successfully transitioned it outdoors to our front garden space.

As a part of this transition, we need to repot the fig to prevent it from becoming root bound, which could result in stunted growth. So, in this video, we show you how we repot our fig tree.

Less than one week after recording this video, two of the figs ripened. So, in this video we also provide a taste test for the Chicago Hardy Fig. The best part about this taste test is that it is the first fresh fig that I have ever eaten, and I promise you, the results didn’t disappoint.

We look forward to the rest of the figs ripening up over the next few months.

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