Broadly spreading shrub with a height of 25 feet and a width of greater than or equal to the height. Produces jet black fruit with deep red pulp in 2 distinct crops. One from old wood, one from new wood. Prune to control size.
This fig is good for smaller gardens. Loves heat, does not need pollination and tolerates most soils. Fruit ripens in June on old wood and sometimes again in August on new wood.
A brown fig, rich and sweet. Good for potted culture, although it is our most dependable outdoor fig. Hardy Chicago ripens its figs from August until fall frost and will have some fruit in July.
This is the most successful fig for the West Coast temperal areas with wet and cool climate. Fruit is green skinned with strawberry flesh. Sets a large early crop June to Aug. Second crop in warm climates.
Large fruit with sweet pink flesh. Very prolific bearer. Bears through summer into fall. Grows in bush form. Self fertile, and grown on own root.
The fruit has green skin with amber flesh and can be used fresh or dried. Also known as Italian Honey Fig. Tends to bear two crops, the fall crop being more reliable than the summer.
A super dwarf fig tree that happily produces in small containers or even as a bonsai! The fruit appears early, is reddish brown, sweet, and medium in size.
Attractive deciduous garden tree has an interesting winter appearance. Especially sweet, greenish-yellow fruit produced each summer. Needs hot exposure to ripen fruit in cooler areas.
Attractive garden tree; its bold branching structure has an interesting winter appearance. Especially sweet, greenish-yellow fruit produced each summer. Needs hot exposure to ripen fruit in coastal areas.
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