Only one is definitely dead - Atreano.
Two of the others have barely visible growth - Petite Negri and Champagne.
Brunswick has compact, strong appearing growth. The stems are not elongating much. That suggests limitation by nitrogen. I don't want it to grow weak lush growth that will be susceptible to next winter's freezes, so I didn't give it any nitrogen boost. I did snap of growth tips from branches that had 4 to 6 good leaves, to stimulate fig production.
Sal's is taller, but not much growth, compared to the newer starts south of the house. I pruned it to a single trunk, and gave it, and the others in this row, a one time organic nitrogen boost. I won't give more, for the same reason I'm not giving any to the Brunswick tree.
LSU Tiger has good,vigorous growth. Smith and Carini also look pretty good.
|LSU Tiger fig|
The organic nitrogen boost is from the usual source. I used approx 1:7 dilution, with 2 gallons sufficing for all of the trees.
Before I leave today I should give them some deer protection.
|Snapping growth tip from Brunswick Fig.|