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If you are among the many people who associate a fig tree with only a hot & dry climate, you are in for a delicious surprise. Fig trees can thrive in the Pacific Northwest if you choose the right varieties. Most of the varieties we offer have been selected for cold hardiness and early ripening. A warm location with a southern exposure is especially important for ripening fruit in a cool summer or maritime climate.

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    Pastilliere Fig

    A beautiful bright purple fig with flavorful strawberry colored flesh. It often ripens an October crop in the Pacific Northwest where most others f...

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    Nordland Fig

    This variety, Nordland Bergfeige is originally from Switzerland and considered among the hardiest figs. It is able to survive to 10 degrees F and ...

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    Little Ruby Fig

    Ficus carica 'Little Ruby' Little Ruby is tiny but mighty! So small it's grown by some as a bonsai specimen, it both ripens a fall crop regularly i...

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    Petite Negri Fig

    Ficus carica 'Petite Negra' This "little black" fig packs a big punch! Able to start producing fruit when less than 12 inches tall, Petite Negri is...

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    Lattarula Fig

    Ficus carica 'Lattarula' Also known as Blanche. Among the most popular and widely adapted varieties; a member of the White Marseilles family of fig...

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    Peter's Honey Fig

    Ficus carica 'Peter's Honey' Brought from Sicily, this fig is one of the best. The skin is a beautiful, shiny yellow/green, developing dark pinpric...

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    Black Mission Fig

    Ficus carica 'Mission' Also known as Franciscana, due to its introduction by Spanish missionaries to the California coast. The most popular and wel...

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    Hardy Chicago Fig

    From a garden near Chicago comes this excellent fig which, once established, can freeze to the ground and come back to produce a crop the same year...

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    Beall Fig

    Our friend Denny McGaughy (Pac NW fig enthusiast and explorer) found ripe figs late September in B.C., Canada. After several years of observations...

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    Violette de Bordeaux Fig (Negronne)

    Ficus carica 'Violette de Bordeaux' Also known as Bordeaux and may be Negronne. The very productive tree/bush can produce two crops of purple/black...

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    Raintree Brunswick Fig

    A short season brown fig that ripens a large, delicious fall crop and also a lighter over wintering late summer crop. It is a vigorous grower and r...

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    Brown Turkey Fig

    This fig is one of the most reliable in our region. The skin is mahogany in color and the flesh is a light amber and very sweet. The hardy tree wil...

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    Olympian Fig

    Along with Desert King the best bet for cool summer areas. This newly available fig was found in Olympia Washington and regularly ripens a sizeable...

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    Desert King Fig

    Top rated in the Pacific Northwest. A large fig with dark green skin and pink flesh. It is the most consistent cropper in our region. It only produ...

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