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A fig tree is any Ficus, a genus of about 850 species of woody trees.
Fig Tree may also refer to:
- Common fig (Ficus carica), a tree cultivated for its edible fruit
- Curtain fig (Ficus microcarpa), also known as Chinese Banyan, Malayan Banyan, Taiwan Banyan, Indian Laurel
- Moreton Bay fig (Ficus macrophylla), a tree with buttress roots that can reach 60 meters (200 ft) in height
- Rusty fig (Ficus rubiginosa), also known as Port Jackson fig or little-leaf fig
- Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina), also known as Benjamin's fig, and often sold in stores as just ficus
- Charybdis Fig Tree, a mythological fig tree in Homer's Odyssey
- Curtain Fig Tree, one of the largest trees in Tropical North Queensland, Australia
- Moreton Bay Fig Tree (Santa Barbara, California), the largest Ficus macrophylla in the United States
- Cursing the fig tree, a miracle of Jesus
- Parable of the barren fig tree, a parable of Jesus found only in the Gospel of Luke
- Parable of the budding fig tree, another parable of Jesus found in all three synoptic Gospels
- Figtree, Saint Kitts and Nevis, a town on the island of Nevis
- Fig Tree Bridge, a girder bridge that spans the Lane Cove River in Sydney, Australia
- Fig Tree Pocket, Queensland, a suburb of Brisbane, Australia
- Fig Tree, an imprint of Penguin Books
- Fig (disambiguation)
- Figs in the Bible, references to figs and fig trees in the Tanakh and the New Testament
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