Artificial Fig Tree Artificial Fig Tree
Artificial Fig TreeArtificial Fig Tree
Artificial Fig TreeArtificial Fig Tree

Artificial Fig Tree

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Our artificial fig tree is available in three sizes: 75cm, 110cm and 150cm and features luscious green foliage and ripe artificial figs. It’s the perfect addition to your conservatory!
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  • £62.99 inc VAT

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Categories: Artificial Office Plants, Trees, Artificial Ficus Trees, Artificial Fruit Trees

Limited outdoor use

This product is not UV protected.

If you do want to use it outside, please place it in a sheltered area out of direct sunlight.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

Available for immediate despatch

This product is available for immediate despatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £7.19 inc VAT.

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About fig trees

Fig trees, botanically referred to as ficus carica, are a bush or tree which can reach a staggering height of 10 meters. Fig trees are native to the Middle East and Asia. It’s now grown all over the world for its fruit and as an ornamental plant.


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Our fig tree

Our artificial fig trees come in a plain black pot. We strongly recommend replanting this into a larger, more decorative container to add the finishing touches to the product and increase stability.

Unfortunately our fig tree isn’t UV protected, therefore we do not recommend using it outside for extended periods of time.

Why artificial?

Fig trees are generally easy plants to grow and care for. However they do not fare well in very cold weather or frosts and need regular pruning and training.

Our artificial version is a stunning ornamental replica of a natural fig tree, just without these common drawbacks. You also don’t have to wait for the tree to mature!

Interesting fact(s)

Did you know? A fig isn’t technically a fruit. The fig is actually a false fruit and is formed by the trees flowers and seeds joining together into one mass.


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