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Figs

Use our zone-based planting guide to know when to plant figs.

Plant name Zone Start seeds indoors (spring/fall) Start seeds outdoors (spring/fall) Plant seedlings/transplants outdoors (spring/fall) Plant spacing # plants per person
Figs 3a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 3b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 4a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 4b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 5a Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 5b Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended Not recommended
Figs 6a Not recommended Not recommended April 1-30; Oct. 15-Nov. 15 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 6b Not recommended Not recommended April 1-30; Oct. 15-Nov. 15 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 7a Not recommended Not recommended March 1-30; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 7b Not recommended Not recommended March 1-30; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 8a Not recommended Not recommended March 1-30; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 8b Not recommended Not recommended March 1-30; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 9a Not recommended Not recommended Feb. 1-March 1; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 9b Not recommended Not recommended Feb. 1-March 1; Nov. 1-30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 10a Not recommended Not recommended Dec. 1-Jan. 30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 10b Not recommended Not recommended Dec. 1-Jan. 30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 11a Not recommended Not recommended Dec. 1-Jan. 30 20 feet 1 for the household
Figs 11b Not recommended Not recommended Dec. 1-Jan. 30 20 feet 1 for the household

* Figs are grown as trees; for best results start with a bare root tree or seedling. Figs can grow outdoors in Zones 8-11 but need to be brought in for the winter in Zones 6 and 7, or a hardy variety should be planted. Consult your Extension office for a variety that will work well in your area.