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James Burghardt

(Chicago Hardy Fig, Fig)

As its name indicates, the Chicago hardy fig is one of the most cold-hardy figs available. It can take sub-freezing temperatures, though at its most northern zones plants die to the ground in the winter and sprout again in the spring, much like an herbaceous plant. These maintain a medium-height and shrubby habit, but those in warmer climates can become large shrubs or small trees.

Figs originate from the Mediterranean and much or western Asia. They have deeply lobed, medium green leaves that...

(Desert King Fig, Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. Desert King is a large, vigorous tree, but not very hardy. It produces a heavy spring crop and a lighter summer crop which may or may not require pollination to set. The large figs are green and rich, very sweet, dark strawberry-colored flesh. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild winters; hard freezes can kill them to the ground, but if the roots are protected, they...

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James Burghardt

(Fig, Kadota Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. Kadota is a medium sized, vigorous tree. It produces a spring crop and a summer crop of medium to small figs which have yellow-green skin and sweet, yellow flesh. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild winters; hard freezes can kill them to the ground, but if the roots are protected, they will re-grow. The large, rich green, deeply lobed leaves and smooth gray bark are...

(Fig, LSU Gold Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. LSU Gold is a good choice for coastal and warm climates. It produces a spring crop and a large summer crop of large figs with yellow-bronze skin and sweet flesh. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild winters; hard freezes can kill them to the ground, but if the roots are protected, they will re-grow. The large, rich green, deeply lobed leaves and smooth gray bark are...

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James Burghardt

(Fig, LSU Purple Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. LSU Purple is a good choice for coastal and warm climates. It produces a spring crop, a large summer crop and occasionally a small fall or winter crop of large figs with dark purple skin and sweet flesh. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild winters; hard freezes can kill them to the ground, but if the roots are protected, they will re-grow. The large, rich green, deeply...

(Fig, Texas Everbearing Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. Texas Everbearing is a very popular fig for coastal and warm climates. The trees are, large, vigorous and hardy. It produces a small spring crop; the summer crop is usually large and ripens over a long period of time. The medium to large figs have purple/bronze/brown skin with white to amber-colored flesh and are almost seedless. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild...

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Jessie Keith

(Fig, Violette de Bordeaux Fig)

(Fig, White Genoa Fig)

Common fig is a small deciduous tree native to the Mediterranean and western Asia and long cultivated for its edible fruit. White Genoa is a lesser known fig for coastal and warm climates. It produces a small spring crop; the summer crop is usually larger. The medium-sized, hollow, fair to good quality figs are slightly ribbed with downy, green-yellow skin with white to amber-colored flesh. Most common figs prefer dry summers and mild winters; hard freezes can kill them to the ground, but if the...

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James H. Schutte

(Round Kumquat, Sweet Kumquat)

Sweet kumquat is a small, cold-hardy citrus tree that produce fragrant flowers, attractive seeded fruits that are both edible and ornamental. Native to China, sweet kumquat was brought to Europe centuries ago but today are not as popular as the larger sized citrus fruits. White fragrant flowers adorn the thin branches in late spring or summer followed by miniature orange fruits from autumn through to the next spring. Cool temperatures in autumn and winter help sweeten the fruits, which are best eaten...

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James Burghardt

(Meiwa Kumquat, Sweet Kumquat)

Sweet kumquat is a small, cold-hardy citrus tree that produces fragrant flowers and attractive seeded fruits that are both edible and ornamental. Native to China, sweet kumquat was brought to Europe centuries ago but today are not as popular as the larger sized citrus fruits. White fragrant flowers adorn the thin branches in late spring or summer followed by miniature orange fruits from autumn through to the next spring. Cool temperatures in autumn and winter help sweeten the fruits, which are best...