.. the fig tree ..

“One that would have the fruit must climb the tree.”
― Thomas Fuller

032518_002 FIG Tree from Little Branch

Shiny Shabby opened on March 20 and this beautiful Fig Tree from The Little Branch can be found at the event. The lovely Fig Tree is a multi-season tree with animation. It has a full trunk with a gentle bend and the spread of leaves is rounded. In the box, you will also find other goodies such as animated grass (v4) and animated summer snake grass. All items can be resized so you can fit what you need.

Just a little general information about the Common Fig tree (printed from TreeFolks)

  • the scientific name is Ficus carica
  • it is native to the Middle East
  • the common fig can grow to 25 feet and is often very wide, however, it be pruned into shapes as desired
  • the fruit (the fig) is a very desirable fruit for animals and for humans alike
  • the tree does not have to be pollinated in order to produce fruit – it can produce two crops per year and will produce fruit on the current season’s growth as well
  • If you do not prune, the trees will grow to be scrawling and perfect for tree-climbing

 

Credits:

LB_FigTree{Animated}Seasons (now at Shiny Shabby – March round) @
LB_Snakeweed{Animated}*Summer-B @
LB_Grass.V4{Animated}Mesh @
LB_Bouton d’or Pink{Field}
LB_ RedPoppies{Field}
LB_AnimatedConifer{4Seasons}

HPMD* Cliff Hill – green
8f8 – No Place of Ours – Summerish @
{what next} Bellevie Chair (Bento)
{what next} Bellevie Table
31 – 8f8 – Green Grocers – Lemonade
[ keke ] lemonade open – lemon
Skye Water

 

 

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