A broadly spreading shrub or small tree with a height of 25 feet and similar width. Produces jet black fruit with deep red pulp in two distinct crops, an early crop on old wood and a late summer crop on new wood.
An attractive deciduous tree with an intriguing winter silhouette. Produces very tasty, brownish purple fruit in late spring and again in late summer. Highly adaptable, and often root hardy and prolific in zones 5 and 6 if planted in a sheltered location. A beautiful specimen for garden or landscape, requiring only light annual pruning.
This attractive garden tree produces wonderfully sweet, light purplish brown figs with pink flesh that ripen in late summer.
Photos and information courtesy of Monrovia and Greenleaf nurseries.