Figs

Care Guidelines
BLACK MISSION

This is a favorite among fig lovers.  It has a purplish flesh with a rich, sweet, red center. Additionally, it works as a wonderful shade tree with its dense foliage and reaching heights of up to 35'.  It is a full sun plant and loves the heat, required for the best fruit. Hardy in zones 7 to 9.  It makes an excellent choice for gardeners of all types including the Urban Gardener with small yards.  While it requires regular watering for maximum fruiting, it is drought tolerate and long-lived.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

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CELESTIAL

Purplish brown skin, pink flesh. Widely adapted. Two crops per year - early summer and late summer to early fall. The flesh is very sweet, and it's popular eaten fresh as a dessert fruit. In fact, it is also referred to as “sugar fig” on account of its sweetness. Prune to any shape.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

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'White' fig. Large, sweet, delicious, light greenish-yellow fruit with practically no seeds. Suited to coastal and inland climates. Prune to any shape.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

JANICE SEED-LESS KADOTA
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PANACHE (aka TIGER)

Especially fine flavor! Small to medium-sized fruit with green color and yellow Tiger stripes. Strawberry pulp is blood-red in color.  The plants have good vigor, with growth up to 12 feet tall and multiple branches. Fruits ripen very late in the season, so Panache Fig plants thrive in climates with long growing seasons in Zones 7-10.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

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PANACHE (aka TIGER)

Beautiful, shiny fruit, greenish-yellow when ripe. Very sweet, dark, amber flesh. High quality. Superb for fresh eating. Warm location with a southern exposure is required for ripening fruit in maritime Northwest. Originated in Sicily. Good cold tolerance.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

VIOLETTE DE BORDEAUX

Small to medium size purple-black fruit with a very deep red strawberry pulp and distinctive, sweet, rich flavor. Brebas are pear-shaped with a thick, tapering neck, main crop figs are variable, often without neck. Medium eye. Excellent fresh or dried. Good for container culture or small spaces. Hardy. USDA Zones 5-10.

  • 100 chill hour requirement.

  • Harvest mid August to early November.

  • Self-fruiting.

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