Tree Following, September 2015 – A fig tree

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There’s been little apparent change to this tree since last month except that the figs have got bigger and a few leaves are starting to show signs of dying back.

As I’ve previously mentioned Trevor has got a grape vine growing up through it which can be seen in the picture being the much brighter leaves running vertically in the lower right-hand area.


As you can see there are grapes but we wonder if they’ll fully ripen given the indifferent weather that we’ve had.

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See Lucy’s Tree Following post for details of what this is all about, Β and this one for links to other Tree Following posts for this month.

Have a good weekend!

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18 Responses to Tree Following, September 2015 – A fig tree

  1. Liz says:

    I like the picture of the grapes and figs growing together. Is it a volunteer grapevine or deliberately planted?

  2. Awesome update thank you for sharing have a blessed day

  3. CJ says:

    Lovely fig tree. My figs aren’t fully grown yet, so I assume they won’t ripen. A shame, it means no figs this year. CJ xx

  4. Chloris says:

    I wonder if they will ripen this year? They look as if they have a way to go.

  5. Joanne says:

    It’s a lovely tree & I do like how Trevor has a vine growing through it x

  6. Jo says:

    The fig tree will act as a good support for the grape vine. It’s a shame we haven’t had much summer this year, I’m sure there’ll be lots of unripe fruit because of the weather.

  7. nikkipolani says:

    Both look quite healthy and happy. Nice to follow the tree’s progress through the kind of season you’ve had. Happy weekend, Flighty!

  8. Hollis says:

    Even if the grapes don’t ripen, you still have a beautiful arrangement of grapes and figs to enjoy πŸ™‚

  9. A wonderful combination in the garden of figs and grapes.

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