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Just to say thank you. The Heron protection electric fence is just great. Ordered Thursday, delivered Monday, finished installing on Wednesday, the pond was attacked Wednesday night I am not sure if it was a cat or heron but my prize fish is still cruising around. I knew the electric fence would work, as I thought I would improve the route to earth by adding an extra earth wire round the pond and back to the energizer, thinking it's not going to have much power I did not turn the mains off, the earth wire touched the live wires, and although I don’t have much hair, I believe what I have was styled into a punk hair do in an instant. Excellent piece of kit, along with excellent service and advice. (plus Hair styling optional extra for thick'os who don't respect electricity). Thanks again
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Just to say thank you. The Heron protection electric fence is just great. Ordered Thursday, delivered Monday, finished installing on Wednesday, the pond was attacked Wednesday night I am not sure if it was a cat or heron but my prize fish is still cruising around. I knew the electric fence would work, as I thought I would improve the route to earth by adding an extra earth wire round the pond and back to the energizer, thinking it's not going to have much power I did not turn the mains off, the earth wire touched the live wires, and although I don’t have much hair, I believe what I have was styled into a punk hair do in an instant. Excellent piece of kit, along with excellent service and advice. (plus Hair styling optional extra for thick'os who don't respect electricity). Thanks again
John Naylor, Menston

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Fig Trees

If you hanker for a hint of the Mediterranean in your garden or growing space, then why not opt for a fig tree? With the right care, these shrubby trees are really quite easy to grow and maintain, and will often fruit within their first growing season.

We supply our fig trees in pots, and recommend that our customers continue to keep the fig tree's roots restricted to prevent vigorous growth and sprawling, and to encourage fruit production. More...

Giving the gift of a fig symbolises divination, love and fertility (so makes a lovely wedding gift).

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Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey'

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Easy and reliable. Gorgeously sweet purple brown figs have dark red flesh. Hardy and very reliable. Self Fertile.
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Supplied as a pot grown tree approximately 2 - 3 feet (60 - 90 cm) tall including pot.

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Fig Tree 'Violette De Solliès'

Fig Tree 'Violette De Solliès'

Dark purple, almost black, fruits have highly scented sweet red flesh. Very large fruits. Vigorous and very hardy. Self fertile.
Available from approximately early December 2018
Supplied as a pot grown tree approximately 12" (30 cm) tall including pot.

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Fig Tree 'Brown Turkey'


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Fig Tree 'Violette De Solliès'

Fig Tree 'Violette De Solliès'


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Tree Wishes
Tree Wishes - magazine article giving inspiration to those thinking about growing fruit written by Stephen Shirley for Grow Your Own magazine.