The Q&A Archives: Location of Climbing fig plants

Question: How close together should I plant climbing fig plants along the driveway wall? The plants will come up from the level of the driveway and grow to cover a 4-5 foot concret block wall. They will get full to partial sun. The wall faces south. The border to the driveway will make the edges of their location in the soil. Thank you.

Answer: Your new climbing fig plants can be spaced 12-15 inches apart for good coverage of the wall and the soil beneath the wall.

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