Author Topic: New plants trying hard to fruit  (Read 738 times)

funlul

  • Sr. Member
  • ****
  • Posts: 440
    • SoCal zone 10a SGV
    • View Profile
New plants trying hard to fruit
« on: October 13, 2015, 01:07:28 AM »
My small fig tree in pot has repeatedly tried to fruit, dropping its leaves to exactly two leaves while doing so. I usually removed the fruitlets immediately. But when I returned from a recent trip, voila, it finally found a chance to fruit ::) I gave in and hope it will ripen properly.

I also have multiple mulberry cuttings in pots. Two tiny ones from my neighbor were planted the earliest but look the smallest. Finally understood why: cuttings received in March, and by September each plant happily produced 2-3 fruits for my enjoyment. The others (diff. variety) just focused on vegetative growth.

In your experience, what trees vigorously push for fruiting even in their youngest stage?
Looking for scionwoods: loquat, cherimoya, jujube, chocolate perssimon

 

SMF spam blocked by CleanTalk