Cold-Hardy Fig with Delicious Fruit Brown 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.
Delicious, Cold-Hardy Fig Osborne 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.