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Fig

A true gourmet delight, you should not live your life without feasting on this sweet, delectable fruit. One of the easiest fruits to grow, figs are happy outdoors in the Maritime Northwest and in pots or with winter protection in colder regions. To fully enjoy fresh figs you must grow your own. When fully ripe and at their tender best, shipping them long distances is almost impossible. Our Fig varieties have been chosen for their ability to ripen in our climate. Every summer we enjoy walking through our fig orchard, wicker basket in hand, dreaming of the warm, Mediterranean countryside where figs are native. Another plus for figs - deer don’t like them!

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Atreano

Atreano

A productive and reliable variety for the Northwest and other regions of the US, Atreano bears good crops of light green figs with sweet and flavorful, dark amber flesh. A naturally dwarf tree, Atreano is good for container growing.
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Black Spanish

Black Spanish

Grown for many years in Oregon, this reliable and productive variety bears abundant crops of dark mahogany colored fruit. The very sweet, juicy, and firm fruit is great for fresh eating, preserves, and drying. A naturally dwarf tree, Black Spanish is well suited for container culture and can bear two crops a year.
3110
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Desert King

Desert King

One of the best varieties for the Northwest, Desert King is very productive and reliable, producing abundant, yellowish-green figs with sweet and richly flavorful, strawberry colored flesh. Because it ripens in mid summer, Desert King is a great variety for gardeners in coastal, high elevation, and other cool regions. Desert King also withstands fruit damaging late spring frosts better than any other variety we grow.
3100
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Lattarulla

Lattarulla

Also known as Italian Honey Fig, this reliable and hardy variety has been producing delicious figs for many years in the Pacific Northwest. Lattarulla bears good crops of large, greenish yellow fruit with sweet, light amber flesh. Lattarulla can bear two crops in one season, one ripening in late July and the second in mid-September.
3116
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Negronne

Negronne

A naturally small tree, Negronne bears striking, almost black fruit, with tasty, sweet, dark red flesh. Negronne is well suited for container culture or confined spaces.
3128
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Peter’s Honey

Peter's Honey

Brought from his native Sicily by the late Peter Danna of Portland, Peter's Honey is one of the best figs we have eaten. Peter's Honey bears good crops of light yellowish-green fruit with delectably tender and sweet, dark amber flesh. In the Northwest, Peter's Honey ripens well in warm city climates. In the country or in cooler areas, an ideal location is on the sunny side of a wall or fence.
3136
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Stella™

Stella™

Following a friend's advice, we found this wonderful fig in a Southeast Portland neighborhood. Stella was brought here many years ago by an Italian sailor and is now cultivated and prized by his wife. Stella™ caught our attention with its large size, sweet, striking, purplish-red flesh, and its ability to ripen in our cooler climate.
3105
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Vern’s Brown Turkey

Vern's Brown Turkey

To distinguish this variety from less reliable varieties also called Brown Turkey, we named it for our friend and garden writer Vern Nelson. Vern's Brown Turkey has proven itself a reliable and productive variety in the Northwest. It bears large, sweet and flavorful, dark brown figs with light amber flesh, often producing two crops a year.
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