We have 6 or 7 fig trees. There’s one big one that’s our massive producer, another that’s a good producer and the others don’t do much. Every year, the big fig tree has produced gallons and gallons of figs by the end of July and then it seems to take a break and by the end of August, we start getting ripe figs again and it continues to produce until the first hard frost.
It is loaded with green figs but here we are . . the middle of July, and there has not been one ripe fig on that tree.
I guess it was that late freeze that set it back so far or, maybe the fig tree knows about my low carb diet and is helping me out.
The other tree that usually produces has way more green figs on it than it’s ever had in the past but so far, no ripe ones either. We wait . . which is all we can do when Mother Nature is in control.