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Beall Fig

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$32.99 - $32.99
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SKU D303

Our friend Denny McGaughy (Pac NW fig enthusiast and explorer) found ripe figs late September in B.C., Canada. After several years of observations he is now confident it is a Beall (a seedling of a caprified Archipelle). His cuttings from that tree now produce abundant first (breba) crops every summer about the same time as Desert King in cool, wet, Elma Washington. The moderate second (alpha) crop ripens early, before Little Ruby. The figs are glossy black with a white to pale amber sweet and rich tasting interior when ripe. The smooth shiny skin of the fruit resists rain damage and spoilage, allowing them to remain on the tree until fully ripe in wetter ripening seasons. Tip prune up to 20% of the new growth in winter to encourage this strong limbed upright grower to produce plenty of new growth and fruit. 

This variety is grown from tissue culture and has been heat-treated to significantly reduce the presence of Fig Mosaic Virus.

USDA Zone: 7-10

Grow Height: 10'-15'

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: August-October

Pollination: Self-Fertile

Click here to read our Fig Growing Guide

Size: 1 Gallon Pot


Ask a Question
  • This being a tissue culture, will it give fruit the first year?

    The figs are old enough to start bearing soon after planting, but mileage may vary on first year.

  • When should the tree be planted?

    Springtime is always good for figs.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Garret S.
2nd year harvest!

I have had the tree planted for two growing seasons. This year I got 3 figs that tasted amazing! Highly recommend if you like figs
I'm excited to see this tree progress .



Dean R.A.
Great fig tree so far!

Great looking fig tree so far. I received a 16” seedling and it’s already grown an additional 6” by June 2nd. I have quite a few fig trees in containers, and this Beall fig tree appears to be one of the more vigorous of the bunch. I’m very pleased!