Huge, Cold Hardy FigsTexas Blue Giant Fig Tree is fruit-bearing tree with exceptional fruit. Plant one near a south wall for some winter protection, or you can use one as a container planting if space is limited.Imagine an everbearing fig tree with fruit that is sweet and delectable all season long! Texas Blue Giant Fig produces huge fruit with attractive purple skin and a delicious, melt-in-your-mouth amber flesh. The fruit dangles from the sturdy branches on bright green stems at harvest time, just begging to be picked. The large, green leaves lend a tropical feel to your tree, filling it out for a healthy, vibrant appearance in your yard. The fruit itself is high in fiber and calcium, so Texas Blue not only provides a delicious treat and attractive appearance for your yard, but will provide you with years of health benefits as well.Texas Blue Giant Fig will grow up to 15 feet in height with a 12 foot spread, depending upon the conditions. Figs are easy to care for and fast-growing, so you won’t have to fuss much with this tree. Blue Giant prefers moist soil and full sun, but is relatively adaptable. It’s also self-fruitful so you won’t need a polarizer for this variety. A winner in the south, it thrives in Texas and other hot desert areas, or can be grown indoors in the North. In fact, this is one of the best fig selections if you live in warm-winter locations. Figs are one of the oldest cultivated fruits, even dating back to Biblical times. Their value has been clear for centuries, so why not try one of these ancient fruits for your yard today! * Huge fruit * Everbearing * Heath benefits * Cold hardy .
Harvest Large, Sweet FigsTwice a YearThe Desert King Fig is a good choice for cooler climates. It is a large, deep green fig with strawberry red flesh. The King Fig Tree is a heavy producer of excellent quality, sweet figs. The tree sets a large early crop from June to August, then sets a secondary crop. Because it ripens in mid-summer, Desert King is a great variety for gardeners in coastal, high elevation, and other cool regions. It makes a good container tree in colder climates as well. Figs are wonderful for fresh eating and make delicious jam and dried fruit. The fig fruit is unique. Unlike most fruit in which the edible structure is matured ovary tissue, the fig’s edible structure is actually stem tissue.The fig fruit is an inverted flower with both the male and female flower parts enclosed in stem tissue.*Red Flesh *Cold Hardy*Two Crops a Year .
Pick Delicious Figs From Your Own Tree!Some people say that figs are an acquired taste. Those people are usually ones who have never tried a Black Mission Fig (Ficus carica ‘Mission’). Once you taste a fresh Black Mission Fig from your own tree, you will wonder why you haven’t been growing these for years!These fruit trees grow well in zones 7 – 10 and are as beautiful as they are prolific. Gently cascading branches crown the small tree and that gets as wide as it does tall. (30ft x 30ft.) It takes pruning well, though, and be kept successfully scaled to your garden size. It even does great in pots! (This means that if you don’t live in a warmer zone, you can still grow it – just bring it inside to a sunny room during the winter.)Black Mission Fig tree care is easy. They generally give you two harvests a year – spring and fall – and don’t require a lot of fuss to keep them looking and performing their best.Whether you like dried Black Mission Figs or growing your own organic Black Mission Figs, you will enjoy all of the Black Mission Figs benefits.* Tons of fruit* Two harvests – fall and spring* Easy care* Does well in pots* Hardy and long-lived.
Pick sweet fresh figs twice a year.The Violette de Bordeaux Fig (Ficus carica) is also known as the Negronne Fig. One of the biggest bonuses of this very heavy fruiter is that it can give you two crops of juicy figs a year.It has an irresistible fragrance and a fantastic sweet, rich flavor. It produces small to medium purple-black fruit with the darkest red flesh of any fig. Some consider this to be the finest tasting fig.The Violet de Bordeaux is a natural dwarf tree that grows 6-10 feet tall. Its size makes it perfect as an accent tree for a small space. It would also be beautiful on a patio or deck.You and your family will love the Violette de Bordeaux as this small tree has endless possibilities. Eat fresh picked right off the tree or spread ripe fruit on toast for a fast healthy breakfast. Some say it tastes like the best jam they have ever had.For a mouth watering dinner impress your friends and family by wrapping fish in fig leaves instead of foil for cooking. This will keep the fish juicy and give it a delicious coconut flavor. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. Our family of fig tree growers has been in business since 1938. This means you get superior trees that have been grown and selected from almost 75 years of experience.Order your Violette de Bordeaux Fig tree soon. This low maintenance, hardy variety will not last long.* Self Fruiting* Low maintenance and hardy* Deer and Pest resistant.
Grow your own fresh, sweet figs… even in cold regions!The Chicago Hardy Fig Tree (Ficus carica ‘Chicago Hardy’) makes a great addition to any yard and we are so excited to offer our customers in colder regions the opportunity to grow fresh, sweet figs.As its name implies, this tree originated in Chicago, making it a hardy addition for northern landscapes. While it thrives outdoors, this fig tree will even succeed when potted and brought inside during the colder season.The Chicago Fig is high yielding and easy to grow. It produces medium sized, purple skinned figs that can be peeled and eaten fresh from the tree.Figs ripen from August until the first frost in the fall, and the tree may even bear fruit as early as July. There’s no need to wait for produce as this easy-to-grow tree typically bears fruit its first season.The fig is attractive on its own with its distinctive three finger leaves. With large, leathery, dark green leaves, the Chicago Hardy Fig is an upright shrub or small tree.A Chicago Hardy Fig can grow to up to 12 feet tall and 9-10 feet wide, producing gallons of figs annually when planted outdoors. The plant can be maintained by simply pruning to any desired size. Growing it in a pot is also another way to enjoy the Chicago Hardy Fig, starting with a small 14” size pot. In 3 years, shift the plant into a larger container, such as a 16-18 in pot and then even larger as it gets older.There’s nothing like the unique taste and textures of fresh figs!Eat the fruit right off the tree or surprise your guests with figs you’ve grown wrapped in prosciutto as a delicious appetizer. They’re great in salads, on oatmeal or just as a healthy snack the whole family will enjoy.In some colder climates the tree can freeze to the ground. Don’t be alarmed though, as it will come back in the spring and produce fruit that same year. Because the Chicago Hardy Fig fruits on new wood, this cycle will not affect it’s fruiting.We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. Our family of fig tree growers has been in business since 1938. This means you get superior trees that have been grown and selected from almost 75 years of experience.Get your Chicago Hardy Fig tree today.The Chicago Hardy Fig is:* Self Fruiting * Low maintenance and hardy * Deer and Pest resistant.
Honey Flavored Green FIgsThe Peter’s Honey Fig produces very sweet, shiny, high quality, and greenish yellow fruit when ripe. The fruit tastes syrupy and honey-like. This fig will melt in your mouth! Peter’s Honey Fig is superb for fresh eating. These figs can be used for drying and canning too.It has good cold tolerance, but it requires a warm location with a southern exposure in order to ripen, especially in the maritime Northwest. In other words, it requires a sunny, hot exposure in cooler areas.If a fig is killed to the ground because of cold weather, it will come up with new growth when the weather warms up. An excellent way to get figs to produce ripe fruit in colder climates is to plant potted figs when the weather warms up. Plant the pot with the rim a few inches above ground level. Roots will go through the drain holes at the bottom of the pot and produce nutrients for the plant. When the leaves fall in late fall, dig the pot up and store inside. Replant again next spring.This tree thrives in full sun and in the South it ripens its first crop in May and a later crop in October and November. Peter’s Honey Fig originated in Sicily.* Cold Tolerant* Greenish Yellow Fruit* Very Sweet Honey Flavor.
Sweet & Juicy Figs From a Dwarf TreeThe Black Jack Fig (Ficus carica ‘Black Jack’) is a large, elongated purplish fruit with beautiful strawberry red flesh. It is a heavy producer with especially sweet, juicy fruit. The Black Jack Fig is a dwarf tree which maintains a natural height of 6 to 8 feet, which makes it perfect for containers or small garden spaces.Grow it anywhere!Now you can create a unique and exotic focal point for any patio or deck. Its naturally small size makes it perfect in a yard where space is limited. In colder climates, bring the container indoors during winter.This self fruiting tree simply needs a spot with full sun. This will insure the healthiest growth and biggest production of amazingly sweet figs.The fruit of the Black Jack Fig starts green and turns a deep, rich purple right before it ripens. You will be harvesting its large, sweet, juicy fruit from June all the way through September. You will be amazed how great they taste eating them fresh off the tree. They’re also perfect dried or made into preserves so you can enjoy the fresh taste of figs year round.Highest Quality – Buy In Confidence!We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. Our family of fig tree growers has been in business since 1938. This means you get superior trees that have been grown and selected from almost 75 years of experience. The Black Jack Fig is a wonderful addition to any yard, patio or balcony.Hardiness Zones: Zones 7 to 10 outdoors year roundZones 4 to 7 patio plants/ indoors in winter* Sweet Huge Fruit* Dwarf Tree* Heavy Producer.
Delicious, Cold-Hardy FigOsborne Prolific Fig is a fruit-bearing tree with tasty fruit. Plant a few in containers for your patio or along the south side of a building (to provide some added protection from frosts).Your Osborne Prolific Fig is of course best known for its sweet figs, which are delicious fresh as well as used in preserves and other culinary dishes. The fruit is large with an attractive red-hued, brown skin and amber flesh. It has especially been a long-time favorite in cool coastal areas, and is excellent inland as well. Figs can bear up to two crops each year, the first in the spring on old wood, and the second later in the fall on the new growth. Osborne Prolific is, just as the name implies, a “prolific” producer, and should be a reliable producer for you for many years. The lobed leaves are up to 10-inches long, so it can also be a lovely shade-giving tree. Osborne Prolific Fig will grow to about ten feet in height with a 12 foot spread. It’s a low-maintenance fruit tree and tolerant of a wide variety of soils. If you want to try just one, you can do so with the Osborne Prolific as it’s self-fruitful, so you don’t need a pollinator. Osborne Prolific will grow well naturally, but can be pruned to any shape you prefer. It is adaptable to cool short summers, produces well in Southern California and does well against walls and sunny locations on the East Coast.* Large, sweet fruit * Cold tolerant * Two crops each year * Disease Resistant.
Sweet as SugarCeleste Fig (Ficus carica ‘Celestial’) is one of the most widely planted fig trees in America and with good reason. This fig tree produces such sweet and delicious fruit that it often goes by its nickname – Sugar Fig.The fruit is as sweet as a spoonful of sugar and has a rich, buttery smooth flavor and texture. You can eat it fresh all day, but know that it dries beautifully, too. Not only is it delicious but it is beautiful to boot. The deep green fig leaves are easy on the eyes all summer and the fruit is violet colored on the outside with rose-colored flesh inside.This is a ‘closed-eye’ variety, which means the little eye on the bottom of the fruit stays tight resisting pests, splitting and souring.Hardy to zone 6, this is a great fruit tree for the Deep South. It needs some winter protection in colder zones.This self-pollinating tree ripens in July just in time for sweet summer picnics. It doesn’t need a lot of pruning. It is pest and disease resistant. It even does well in containers! This is one of the easiest fruit trees that you can grow.Give it full sun and plenty of summer water in well-drained soil and you will be harvesting these juicy fruits for years to come. Order yours from us today! * Super sweet fruit in July * Great for the south * Disease resistant.
Cold-Hardy Fig with Delicious FruitBrown Turkey Fig is a cold-hardy variety of fig tree with a delectable harvest. Grow one in a sunny corner or as a background planting for a seasonal bed. You can also easily grow one in a container on your front porch. However you use the Brown Turkey, it’s sure to be an enjoyable choice for your home!Your Brown Turkey Fig is most valued for its delicious harvest. Ready for picking in late summer/early fall, the fruit is medium to large, with a reddish-brown skin highlighted with a purple hue. The pulp is reddish-pink and of wonderful quality. Those who prize Brown Turkey figs praise the milder flavor and subtle sweetness that works well in many dishes. The fruit is even outstanding for home preserves.Even without its fruit production, Brown Turkey Fig presents a lovely appearance for your landscape. Its light green leaves fill out the grey branches well, and its moderate growth rate endures that you won’t have to wait long for your Brown Turkey to reach maturity.Brown Turkey Fig will grow 15-25 feet in height with an equal spread. It doesn’t mind if you prune it, and will easily adapt to a multi-stemmed shrub appearance if you prefer. Brown Turkey doesn’t need a pollinator, so you can start out with just one if you like. It’s widely adaptable to soil conditions so there’s no need to fuss over it. Deer tend to pass the Brown Turkey by, but birds will appreciate sharing some of the fruit, and are good about cleaning up whatever you pass over.The Brown Turkey Fig is a terrific choice in a fig tree that is cold-hardy, lovely to look at and provides delicious fruit every year. Why not try one today!* Sumptuous fruit * Cold-hardy * Wildlife interest * Loves the sun.