I have a garden that I would like to grow a fig tree in, currently it already has a fig, however the fig in question doesn't make a lot of fruit and we would like to get a 2nd one that does make a lot of fruit.
The soil is mostly made out of marine clay, though obviously soil improvement is an option(and there is a drainage circle in place), temperature in winter can get a little bit low (-10C at the lowest) with summer temperatures being as high as 35C(though most of the year it's between 10-25C). The general climate is also quite wet. I would like the fig tree to be an actual tree (not a bush, but with something of a stem) going up around 3-4 meters and bearing considerable amounts of fruit.
Do you guys think that's feasable and what type of fig tree would be best suited for this? Or would a grafting setup be best?