Ficus carica
General and classification information from the University of Connecticut.


    Figs - Ficus carica
    Details of taxonomy, origin, cultivation and a list of cultivars suitable for US

  • Fig - Ficus carica L

  • Taxonomy, cultivars The cultivated fig, Ficus carica L., is a member of the Moraceae (mulberry family)

    Mark Rieger's Fruit Crop Home Page
    Information on major and minor fruit and nut crops from a University of Georgia
    horticulture professor. Provides a botanical description, historical information ...

  • (Mangifera indica) (Punica granatum) ( Musa spp .) (Ficus carica) Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana ) Prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica ) (Rubus spp) (Ribes grossularia; R

  • heterophyllus ) Guava (Psidium guajava & related spp) ( Olea europaea) Sapodilla (Manilkara zapota ) (Theobroma cacao ) (Corylus avellana) (Citrus sinensis) Sea grape (Coccoloba uvifera ) Canistel or eggfruit (Pouteria campechiana ) Jaboticaba (Myrciaria cauliflora ) ( Carica papaya ) Soursop (Annona muricata ) Carambola (Averrhoa carambola ) Jujube (Zizyphus jujuba ) Passionfruit (Passiflora spp ) Star apple (Chrysophyllum cainito ) ( Anacardium occidentale ) (Amelanchier alnifolia) (Prunus persica) (Fragaria X ananassa) Cherimoya (Annona cherimola ) (Actinidia deliciosa) (Pyrus communis, P

    A detailed account of the tree's uses, origin, botany and cultivation. From 'Fruits
    of Warm Climates' by Julia Morton.

  • Fig Ficus carica While the ancient history of the fig centers around the Mediterranean region, and it is most commonly cultivated in mild-temperate climates, it nevertheless has its place in tropical and subtropical horticulture

  • Botanically identified as Ficus carica L

  • Plate V: FIG, Ficus carica The fig is a tree of small dimensions, 10 to 30 ft (3-9 m) high, with numerous spreading branches and a trunk rarely more than 7 in (17.5 cm) in diameter

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    The MEDUSA Network
    Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wild Plants of the Mediterranean Region.

  • (Compositae) Asteraceae Ficus carica L

    Argentine Ants
    Why Argentine Ants invade homes in Southern California.

    Overzicht van de fruitgewassen. Indeling/ situering van de fruitgewassen en
    onderstammen in het plantenrijk. Vertalingen van diverse fruitgewassen in het Latijn ...

    European Collection of Minor Fruit Trees
    Associated with the University of Florence, this European Union project collects
    varieties of minor fruits cultivated around the Mediterranean.

  • During the III Meeting of the Reseau Agricole Mediterraneen, held in Florence in September 1994, a working group has been created in order to collect, evaluate, manage, conserve and use collections of minor fruit trees species belonging to and cultivated in the Mediterranean basin, and namely Ficus carica (Fig), Punica granatum (Pomegranate), Diospyros kaki (Japanese Persimmon), Eryobotria japonica (Loquat), Opuntia ficus-indica and O

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    Plants and Judaism
    Illustrated description of Seven Kinds of plants with which the Land of Israel
    has been blessed.

  • The plants mentioned in it are: Triticum aestivum Linnaeus and Triticum durum Desfontaines, Hordeum vulgare Linnaeus, Vitis vinifera Linnaeus, Ficus carica Linnaeus, Punica granatum Linnaeus, Olea europea Linnaeus and Phoenix dactylifera Linnaeus, respectively

  • Date Palm - ( TAMAR ) Phoenix dactylifera Linnaeus Olive - ( ZAYIT ) Olea europea Linnaeus Fig - ( TEENA ) Ficus carica Linnaeus Vine - ( GEFEN ) Vitis vinifera Linnaeus Pomegranate - ( RIMON ) Punica granatum Linnaeus Barley - ( SEORA ) Hordeum vulgare Linnaeus Examples for the usage of plant images on and of ancient synagogues, on and on Judaism teaches: [ Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth

    Flora della Sardegna
    Archivio fotografico della flora sarda. Ogni specie è indicata con il nome
    scientifico, il nome comune in italiano e sardo.

    Fig Biota
    Bibliography of insects and other animals associated with Ficus (fig) trees.

  • One species of Ficus - Ficus carica (edible fig) - is important as a fruit tree


    The Moraceae
    monoecious or dioecious trees shrubs, lianas, or...

  • Ficus carica , edible fig

    Erboristeria ed altro
    Proprietà delle piante officinali e loro impiego nel trattamento dei disturbi.
    Listino di prodotti erboristici e consulenze gratuite.

    Getty Center: Central Garden
    Description, photos, and plant listing for the garden within the Los Angeles
    visual arts center.

  • Plants About 300 varieties of plant material are used in the landscaping of the Getty Villa, including: Botanical name Common name Inner Peristyle: Acanthus mollis acanthus Buxus sempervirens boxwood Campanula poscharskyana Serbian bellflower Digitalis purpurea foxglove Helleborus orientalis hellbore Hedera helix English ivy Lauris nobilis bay laurel Taxus baccata yew Herb Garden: Artemisia absinthium wormwood Calamintha officinalis calamint Ficus carica fig Foeniculum vulgare fennel Lavandula spp

    Natural Food: Fruit Vitamin C Content
    The vitamin C content of over 50 commercial and wild fruits is listed, both by
    serving and by 100 mg sample.

  • Fruit Latin name mg vitamin C / 100 grams mg vitamin C per average size fruit/slice* Ranking Notes **Acerola Malpighia glabra 1, 677 80 exceptional* Apple Malus sylvestris 6 8 fairly good Apricot Prunus armeniaca 10 4 - Apricot, canned Prunus armeniaca 3 2 - Asian pear Pyrus serotina 4 5 - Avocado Persea americana 8 16 fairly good Banana Musa X paradisiaca 9 11 good Babaco Carica pubescens x stipulata forma 'pentagona' 21 to 32 21 to 32 very good [1] Bilberry Vaccinium myrtillus 1 0.01*(estim) - [1] **Baobab Adonsonia digitata 150 to 499 100 exceptional Breadfruit Artocarpus altilis 29 28* very good Blackberry Rubus sp

  • 'Mammoth' 31 16 very good [] Feijoa Feijoa sellowiana cv.'Triumph' 27 14 good [] Fig Ficus carica 2 1 - Grape, slip skin Vitis spp 4

  • 23 no data very good? Papaya Carica papaya 62 47* excellent **Pawpaw/Asimina Asimina triloba 14 28(estim) good† Passionfruit, purple Passiflora edulis 30 5 - Peach Prunus persica 7 6 - Peach, canned Prunus persica 3 3 - Pear Pyrus communis 4 7 - **Persimmon, American Diospyros virginiana 66 13*(estim.) excellent Persimmon, Oriental Diospyros kaki 40 40*(estim.) excellent Pineapple Ananus comosus 15 13 good Plum Prunus sp 10 6 fairly good Raspberry Rubus spp

    Botany of Bo Tree
    Includes brief botany and description. Also notes on cultivation, and pest and
    diseases relevant to Sri Lanka.

  • and the Edible Fig Ficus carica L

    Wiandt Díszfaiskola Bt.
    Bambuszok, pálmák, vízinövények, évelők, díszcserjék, fenyőfélék és sövénynövények
    nagy választéka. Tanácsok, tippek, kertészeti linkek és fotók.

    Edible Landscaping & Gardening
    Index of edible perennial plants, both common and uncommon, including fruits,
    nuts, vegetables and herbs.

  • petraeum) (Taraxacum officinale) (Sambucus canadensis) (Ficus carica) (Corylus avellana) (Ribes uva-crispa; R

    The Red Bluff Notebooks
    Personal commentary on plants, animals, neighbors and gardening in the Red Bluff area.


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