Fig Trees


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Cape Fig Brown 

cape-brown Small to medium sized brown fig with pink flesh.
Ripens in January.
Excellent dwarf variety for pots

Cape Fig White

cape-white Small to medium sized green-yellow fig with pink flesh.
Ripens in January.
Excellent variety for jams.

Fig Adam 

adam Medium sized brown-black fig with reddish flesh.
Strong grower.
Ripens in January.
Rich, sophisticated taste.

Fig Avignon – Purple Green Bands-Pink Fruit 

fig-dauphine Origin: France. Also known as Dauphine
The breba and main crop figs differ from each other. The breba crop’s figs are very large, round to fat pear shaped. The skin is green with brownish-purple bands when fully ripe. The flesh is light pink and has a good quality taste. The breba crop does not require pollination to set fruit. The main crop’s figs are smaller and round turning dark purple when ripe. The flesh is dark pink. The main crop needs pollination to set fruit.
The breba crop ripens from mid January.
Good for fresh eating, jams and baking.
This is a San Pedro type fig. This means that the breba crop will set fruit without the need of pollination but the main crop will need pollination from the fig wasp in order to set fruit.

Fig Blackmission

Black Mission Medium to large, pear shaped figs with dark purple to black skin. The flesh is strawberry coloured, excellent tasting and sweet. Strong fig taste.
Main crop ripens late January.
Excellent for eating, drying and preserves. Excellent all round black fig.

Fig Green- Pink

Green-Fig Green figs are generally larger and plumper than black figs. When ripe, the figs will be pale lime green with pink to brown variegation.
Green figs are sweeter than both brown turkey and black mission figs, making them a better choice for desserts and as a dried (candied) fig. Green figs can also be used as a substitute in salads.

Fig Kadota 

Medium brown fig with pink flesh.
Ripens Febraury.
The workhorse of the white varieties. Excellent variety for jams, preserves and drying.

Fig Parisian – Purple Black-Red Fruit 

parisian-fig This is undoubtedly one of the finest fresh eating figs available with exceptional handling and keeping qualities.
Full maturity: Mid-Season 11-28 February.
Skin colour: Purplish Black with red fruit.
Very long shelf life under ideal temperatures.
Very good for confection and preserves.

Fig Tangiers – Purple – Dark Pink Fruit 

fig-tangiers Origin: South Africa. Discovered and named by Keith Wilson
Bears large, elongated slender figs with dark purple skin. The flesh is dark pink and rich tasting. The skin is of medium thickness and has small cracks when fully ripe. The quality of the figs are excellent.
Ripens from early January.
Excellent for drying, preserves and confectionery. Has good shelf life in cold storage.
Compact, vigorous growing variety.

Fig Toulouse – Purple Black- Pink Fruit 

fig-toulouse Origin: France. Also known as Rounde de Bordeaux.
Bears small round figs with thin, dark purple to black skin when fully ripe.The flesh is dark red, very tasty and sweet. It has an excellent quality taste.
One of the earliest ripening varieties. In warm summers the first figs can be picked in late December.
Excellent for fresh eating, jams, preserves. Also marketed as “snack” type fig.
Very hardy.

Fig White Genoa

White Genoa 09 Popular medium to large fig, pink flesh.
Ripens in February.
An old South African favorite. Excellent variety for jams and preserves.