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Fig "Peter's Honey" question

It survived the mild winter nicely & has a tuft of new leaves at the top of
each "trunk" (it froze to the ground the previous winter). The other buds
are turning into roundish little knobs. Several of these look like they may
become figs. What do I do to encourage this? Do they need to be pollinated?
If so when?? Any & all wise words welcomed.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho Sunny, Breezy 55F today. Brief cloudburst woke me at 0 dark
hundred yesterday morning so we got a little rain.

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