heirloom fig

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  • White Adriatic fig

    This fig is another one of David Arnold's recommendations, the White Adriatic fig is the one, he says, that impresses people the most. Sometimes called the strawberry jam fig, in reference to its sweet jelly like red flesh, excellent flavour and flesh quality, a curiosity with this variety is that the early crop on the tree tends to be fruit with light coloured skin, and the later crop is more dark blushed, trees have very large leaves
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Blue Province fig

    Out of stock

    Blue Province fig is rare, once grown more widely in Australia, offered by Goodman’s nursery in early 1900’s, with a blue / violet skin and blue tinged purplish meat with red seeds, very soft and sweet, ripens mid to late, the tree has very large ornamental leaves
  • Brown-Turkey-fig

    Brown Turkey fig

    Brown Turkey fig is one of the earliest varieties of fig to produce, but bearing over a long period, large in size, with green skin overlaid with brown, pink juicy flesh, and a sweet rich flavour. In Australia the Brown Turkey fig does better in the dry inland than in coastal areas, but a very hardy fig which copes well with difficult conditions
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Black Genoa Fig

    Black Genoa fig

    Black Genoa fig bears large purple skinned fruit with dark red very rich sweet flesh, very productive and vigorous tree, gives a good crop – enough for you and some for the birds as well
    $28.00 inc. GST

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