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Bare Root Figs

Figs bring out strong emotions – some people love them, some people loathe them! Most of us here at Bay Laurel are in the first category.

Figs are indigenous to Asia Minor and are one of the first fruits to be brought under cultivation. They have been a part of the Mediterranean diet for centuries. Many varieties were grown in the days of the Roman Empire and now more than 200 fig cultivars have evolved.

As you will note, we do not guarantee figs because of their sensitivity to drying out. However, in the last few years, our growers have been able to provide us with very well-rooted plants and the success rate for figs has been notably improved.

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Black Jack Fig

Large, long, purple fig with strawberry colored flesh is juicy with sweet flavor. Tree is a natural dwarf; easily kept under 6-8 ft. Very heavy producer. Ripens Aug. to Oct. Cold hardy to zone 7. 100 hrs. NOTE: Due to their sensitivity, figs are NOT guaranteed.

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Black Mission Fig

The favorite fig. Purplish black skin, strawberry colored flesh, rich flavor. Heavy bearing, long-lived, large tree. Coast or inland. Fresh/dry/can. Cold hardy to zone 7. 100 hrs. Self-fruitful. NOTE: Due to their sensitivity, figs are NOT guaranteed.

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Lattarula (Italian Honey) Fig

Greenish yellow fruit with sweet honey colored flesh. Good for fresh eating, canning or drying. Produces fruit on new wood. Well adapted and is one of the most widely planted figs in the Northwest. Cold hardy to zone 7. 100 hrs. Self-fruitful. NOTE: Due to their sensitivity, figs are NOT guaranteed.

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Violette De Bordeaux Fig

Black fig with dark red flesh and rich flavor. Tree is small and well adapted for container culture or small spaces. Early crop is pear shaped with a thick, tapering neck; main crop is variable, often without neck. Good fresh or dried. Cold hardy to zone 5. 100 chill hrs. Self-fruitful. NOTE: Due to their sensitivity, figs are NOT guaranteed.

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