Salvatore Taddeo: Why Grow Figs?

Salvatore Taddeo is the President and CEO of Sallee Figs. It is the largest such grower in New Jersey. He raises and sells thousands of rare, exotic fig trees, offering hundreds of varieties to customers across the United States.

When Salvatore Taddeo established Sallee Figs, he had his love of horticulture, heritage and family in mind. His wife and kids help him grow the many trees that the company sells, and he works closely with his customers to educate them on this ancient tree.

Rare, exotic figs, like those Salvatore Taddeo grows, date back centuries as one of the oldest fruits available in the modern world. They are delicious fresh, dried, or canned, and are among one of the easiest fruit trees to grow.

The Sallee Figs irrigated potting system makes rare, exotic fig trees even easier to grow. It waters them as needed and eliminates guesswork. Customers need only store their fig trees in a shed or garage over the winter and maintain the potting system. This eliminates the need to insulate the trees or otherwise fuss with them, and since it keeps them in perfect health, customers enjoy more bountiful harvests.

Growing any type of plant or tree also relieves stress and offers several health benefits, as if easy-to-grow, delicious fruit at your fingertips wasn’t enough.

Learn more about Sallee Figs or contact Salvatore Taddeo at www.fig-trees.com. “I look forward to hearing from you,” he says, “so that you and your family can enjoy growing and raising my rare exotic fig trees, like our ancestors so graciously did.”

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Salvatore Taddeo – Important Tips for Moving or Replanting Fig Trees

Salvatore Taddeo is an entrepreneur, and Salvatore Taddeo is currently serving as the President of Sallee Figs. The business specializes in selling rare exotic fig trees for people to enjoy on their properties. However, fig trees take a good deal of maintenance, like any landscaping typically does. Here are some tips for moving or replanting trees on your property.

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When you’re replanting or moving a fig tree, you need to have the new location ready before you start. This is important because you don’t want the roots of the fig tree to be exposed more than they need to be during the process. Get the new spot ready by digging a large enough hole, and have the hose or water on so that you can moisten the soil as soon as the fig tree is planted in its new home.

In addition to having the new spot ready, you need to have the tree ready as well. Do some general maintenance on the tree so that it’s easier to move, and the excess or dead foliage doesn’t hinder the tree’s growth in the new spot later on. Pruning the fig tree is important, so make sure you trim the tree down to the healthy or new growth.

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Be extra careful when digging the tree up. You want to keep the roots intact as much as possible, especially the root ball. If you’re digging up the tree and hit a major root, stop and start digging again much further out. The less damage you cause, the less stress felt by the tree.

Salvatore Taddeo will help his clients with maintenance. Find out more at http://www.salleefigs.com or http://www.fig-trees.com. You can contact him at salleefigs@gmail.com or at 732.741. (FIGS).3447

Here is a partial list of his fig tree collection and varieties:

Abruzzo

Adella

Adriatic

Aked

Alma

Atreano

Bataglia

Black Greek

Black Jack

Black Mission

Black Spanish

Brown Turkey

Bournabat

California Dark

Carolina Dark

Celeste

Chicago Hardy

Chico Saratoga Strawberry

Col De Dame

Conadria

Cucumber

Dannys Delight

Dark Portugese

Dark Red

Deanna

Desert King

Diana

Domenic

Double Header

Dr. Chet

Drap Diore

Dwarf

Egg Harbor

Ella

Encanto Brown Turkey

Encanto Red

English Brown Turkey

Falls Gold

Fico Santo

Figgy

Galban

Gene Long Branch

Genoa

Ginoso

Golden Celeste

Gomera

Grandpa

Green Ishia

Greer

Hardy Black

Hunt

Igo

Italian Honey

Italian Purple

Italian Purple Beefera

Italian Red

Jack Black

Kadota

King Wood

Lattarula

Lindsay

Long Yellow

Longbranch Cedar Avenue 1

Longbranch Cedar Avenue 2

Longbranch Cedar Avenue 3

Lsu Purple

Macool

Magnolia

Malcolms Giant

Malta

Mario

Marseilles Vs

Melanzana

Michigan Dwarf

Mulberry Street

Mystery A

Mystery X

Negronne

Neri 1

Neri 2

Neveralla

Nuhurskii

Oregon Honey

Orphan

Osbourne

Panache Tiger

Pane Vino

Peters Honey

Ponza

Popps Purp

le

Red Bank

Round Hill

Saint Anthony

Saint Jerome

San Javiar Baja Vern

San Pietro

Santa Margherita

Santo

Shih Berdy 3

Sicilian

Staten Island

Stella

Strawberry Jam

Strawberry Verte

Sweet George

Tennessee Mountain

Texas Blue Giant

Texas Everbearing

Trojano

Vashon

Vasilika Sica

Verte

Verte Petite

Very Dark Greek

Violet

Violette Dauphine

Vista

Washam

Wells Weep

White

White Gilette

White Oc

White Paradiso

Wild Pa

Woman

Wuhan

Yede Vern

 

Salvatore Taddeo – Useful Tips for Pruning a Fig Tree at Your Home

Salvatore Taddeo is a dedicated individual who believes in hard work when it comes to the success of his career. Salvatore Taddeo is a natural entrepreneur and has worked in a number of fields throughout his lifetime. One of the most lucrative businesses he has created involves the growing, raising and selling of his rare exotic fig trees. The business is called Sallee Figs, and he is known for raising some of the healthiest and most beautiful fig trees in the New Jersey area, and around the world. In addition to his fig tree business, he is also a real estate and construction management professional with experience in general construction, building management, and property management.

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Salvatore Taddeo understands that in order to keep trees and landscaping healthy, especially his rare exotic fig trees, you need to care for them as you would anything else. This means watering, maintaining, and of course pruning the plants in your landscape design. Pruning allows the trees to grow larger, fuller, and look shapelier. Here are some useful tips for homeowners looking to prune their fig trees in their own landscape design.

One of the most important things to remember about pruning your fig trees is to do it at the right time. In order to get the most out of the pruning process, you need to do it during a period of new growth for your fig trees, which means early spring. When you prune your fig trees during the spring time, you will easily be able to see the difference between new growth, and the decaying material that needs to be cut away. Trim the leaves and branches back to the nearest healthy sections in order to make your fig tree look the way it should.

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Make sure you keep your fig tree open as it develops new growth. Simply put, make sure the trunk of the fig tree has enough sunlight during the full day, and that nothing is obstructing it from getting the nutrients it needs to grow to its full potential. Pruning away some of the branches will ensure that your tree gets plenty of light, and it will also encourage new growth as you perform maintenance in the spring.

Be careful not to over prune. This may seem like an obvious tip, but it’s nonetheless important. Some homeowners or landscapers will get too carried away when pruning a tree, which can cause long-term damage to the tree as a whole. At the very least, your tree will grow in a misshapen fashion, causing the overall look to diminish your landscape design as a whole.

Salvatore Taddeo is committed to his fig tree business, Salle Figs, and he can help any of his customers provide the right maintenance their fig trees need for a long, healthy life. Find out more information at www.salleefigs.com and www.fig-trees.com, or contact him at salleefigs@gmail.com, or at 732.741. (FIGS)3447.

Some of Sallee Figs’ Fig tree varieties are as follows:
Abruzzo
Adella
Adriatic
Aked
Alma
Atreano
Bataglia
Black Greek
Black Jack
Black Mission
Black Spanish
Brown Turkey
Bournabat
California Dark
Carolina Dark
Celeste
Chicago Hardy
Chico Saratoga Strawberry
Col De Dame
Conadria
Cucumber
Dannys Delight
Dark Portugese
Dark Red
Deanna
Desert King
Diana
Domenic
Double Header
Dr. Chet
Drap Diore
Dwarf
Egg Harbor
Ella
Encanto Brown Turkey
Encanto Red
English Brown Turkey
Falls Gold
Fico Santo
Figgy
Galban
Gene Long Branch
Genoa
Ginoso
Golden Celeste
Gomera
Grandpa
Green Ishia
Greer
Hardy Black
Hunt
Igo
Italian Honey
Italian Purple
Italian Purple Beefera
Italian Red
Jack Black
Kadota
King Wood
Lattarula
Lindsay
Long Yellow
Longbranch Cedar Avenue 1
Longbranch Cedar Avenue 2
Longbranch Cedar Avenue 3
Lsu Purple
Macool
Magnolia
Malcolms Giant
Malta
Mario
Marseilles Vs
Melanzana
Michigan Dwarf
Mulberry Street
Mystery A
Mystery X
Negronne
Neri 1
Neri 2
Neveralla
Nuhurskii
Oregon Honey
Orphan
Osbourne
Panache Tiger
Pane Vino
Peters Honey
Ponza
Popps Purp
le
Red Bank
Round Hill
Saint Anthony
Saint Jerome
San Javiar Baja Vern
San Pietro
Santa Margherita
Santo
Shih Berdy 3
Sicilian
Staten Island
Stella
Strawberry Jam
Strawberry Verte
Sweet George
Tennessee Mountain
Texas Blue Giant
Texas Everbearing
Trojano
Vashon
Vasilika Sica
Verte
Verte Petite
Very Dark Greek
Violet
Violette Dauphine
Vista
Washam
Wells Weep
White
White Gilette
White Oc
White Paradiso
Wild Pa
Woman
Wuhan
Yede Vern