Medium to large pear-shaped fruit, colured brown to dark purple when ripe. Flesh pink / white and flavour sweet but milder than some of the others. A reliable cropper, vigorous and hardy tree. Fruits around January - February. Use for fresh fruit, drying and jam. Figs prefer dry hot summers but need water when fruiting. Prefer well drained but fertile soil. Full-sun. Self-Pollinating.
Note: figs dont enjoy being transplanted and will often die back. There is a chance that it will shoot from the root. If your fig isn't spouting, please be patient, keep watering it and hopefully it will shoot up from the roots.
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|Fertility||Self-Fertile (produces viable pollen)|
|Growth Habit||An open tree 3-4m height, can be trained in an informal fan.|
|Chill Tolerance||Normal chill|
|Plant Sizes||about 60-120cm bare rooted|
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