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"... Figs can produce several stages of crop simultaneously but usually, only one crop will ripen in the UK climate, in September or October. The tiny, pea-sized embryo fruitlets formed in the autumn are next year’s harvest – they will overwinter to produce a crop of figs the following year. The figs that were produced in spring and early summer and have not ripened by October will continue to grow but won’t ripen in the UK climate. Remove these in late autumn.
When fruits start developing, feed with a liquid tomato feed every couple of weeks.
In some areas, fig trees will need protecting over winter, especially if the tree is young. When the leaves have dropped, cover with horticultural fleece, or if your tree is fan-trained, pack straw around the branches. Move pot grown fig trees into a cool shed, or covered area such as a greenhouse.
In spring, remove the protection, give the tree a good feed and mulch with well rotted manure, or move pot-grown figs back outdoors..."