Figs are naturally a Mediterranean fruit tree but the American Brown Turkey Fig is prized and refers to the color of its large ripe pear-shaped fruit which has a purple-brown skin with ruby red or garnet flesh that is very sweet and succulent. Delicious when grown fresh and very popular as dried. This sun loving tree is capable of producing up to 3 crops of their fruits per year. Figs do not need pollinating to produce fruits and fruit on the previous year's growth.
The fruit is medium-size, with dark purplish-brown skin and a sweet, rich flavor. The fig is a picturesque tropical-looking tree or shrub with a dramatic spreading habit. The breadth is often wider than the height of 15'-30'. The bark is smooth and silvery gray and the deciduous leaves are 3 or 5-lobed and 4"-10" long. They can be espaliered or pruned heavily in the dormant season for size control and to increase the main crop. The fig tree makes an especially attractive specimen in the landscape. It's graceful, spreading shape and smooth, twisting branches command attention in all seasons.
The fruit is medium-size, with dark purplish-brown skin and a sweet, rich flavor
Originally from the eastern Mediterranean region
Capable of producing up to 3 crops of their fruits per year
Seeds Germinate 10-24 Days