Thursday, August 07, 2014
While ornamentals have their place, Clint and I would rather used our acreage to plant something that gives something tangible back. Being business minded, we try to find things that are attractive and will produce something usable like these figs. Once you get figs to grow well, they are considered one of the easiest plants to propagate by cuttings. Not only will you have fruit to eat, but you can also sell off extra fig trees. These are two each of rooted cuttings of three different varieties. We found them through a friend in Oregon.