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Black Genoa Fig

Black Genoa is the leading commercial variety for fresh fruit production. The tree has an open and spreading habit. The fruit is dark purple at maturity, with red seeds and white flesh. It is a squat, pear-shaped fruit. It has a distinctive flavour and...

Black Ischia Fig

$24.50 - $29.50
Black Ischia is an Italian variety from the Island of Ischia. It has dark, almost black skin except at the apex where it is greenish. The flesh is deep red and sweet, ripening a little after Black Genoa. It is a vigorous tree that often bears a breba...

Brown Turkey Fig

Brown Turkey is a small tree with sparse foliage. It crops well in most situations, but does not usually produce a breba crop. It is susceptible to souring during wet weather in coastal areas, but the fruit is reasonably resistant to splitting. Fruit is...

Deanna Fig

Deanna is a large fig that ripens to a greenish yellow colour. The strawberry to amber flesh is considered to be of very good quality. The small eye helps to minimise spoiling. It was developed at UC Davis, Riverside and has good cold hardiness. Image

Preston Prolific Fig

Preston Prolific is thought to be a seedling of Black Genoa and originated in Victoria. The tree is vigorous with large leaves. The fruits are borne on a short stalk and green when immature, changing from straw to purplish brown when fully ripe. The...

White Adriatic Fig

The skin of this sweet-flavoured fig is mostly green with a golden tinge as it ripens. Inside the fruit is a beautiful pale to deep red colour. There is rarely a breba crop and if it does produce this second crop it is small in number. • Pollination...

White Genoa Fig

White Genoa crops well in coastal and inland areas. Fruit has greenish-yellow skin and pale amber flesh, pleasant, sweet flavour.  Image