Ficus carica (Brown Turkey fig) is one of the oldest cultivated plants native to Syria and Persia. It can be a large bush or a small tree with broad leaves. This is a low-maintenance plant, so it is popular in many countries worldwide.
Ficus carica is a popular self-fertile variety of figs that belongs to the Moraceae family. It has green leaves in the warm season, but with the onset of cold weather, it turns yellow, so it's very easy to identify by its lush and pretty foliage! In winter, the tree enters the hibernation period. The fruits have a green color during this stage of development, and after ripening, they change it to brown with a hint of purple. Inside, the fruit has a soft structure with orange-pink pulp.
This is an adapted plant that grows in various environments without special care.