We picked up a brown turkey fig tree last summer. We plan in keeping it in a large pot rather then in the ground. We have a small space and understand they have a good sized root system. Plus we live in an ify area for this tree when it comes to overnight lows (Kootenays in BC Canada).
At the end of year wrap up we brought it inside rather then protecting it outside. The location it's been in has not allowed the tree to go dormant and is infact growing...to well!
My question is what should we do to give it the best chance this summer? Did we harm its year? Should prune it now and get it outside (slowly) to give it some cold time? Or let it be and just move it out in when it's warm?