|Sunlight:||Full sun, although benefits from afternoon shade in summer. Best planted with southern exposure and protection from northern cold fronts.|
|Soil:||Must have well-drained soil|
|pH:||Prefers neutral or slightly acidic soil|
|Harvest time:||May-June, August-October|
|Years to bear:||1-2|
Fig, Texas Everbearing
Ficus carica ‘Texas Everbearing’
Texas Everbearing produces a medium sized fruit that is mildly sweet and nearly seedless. It will produce several crops a year. As far as figs go, Texas Everbearing is cold hardy, however planting it on the south side of something will give it extra protection from the cold northern fronts. Soil must be well drained, as figs do not like their roots sitting in water.