Roxburgh Fig Tree (ficus auriculata roxburghii)

A magnificent, fast growing small tree or large shrub to about 8 m tall with giant round, wavy leaves that can reach nearly 40 cm in diameter and are beautifully coppery red when young. The large fruits appear on the trunk and main branches and are sweet and edible if properly pollinated by a microscopic wasp associated with the plant. It is native from the Himalayas in Nepal to China and Southeast Asia. In cultivation it is best suited to warm temperate and tropical regions in USDA Zones 9 and above.

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