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Negronne Fig Tree
Two Crops a Year of Juicy, Rich Red Fruit!

Negronne Fig Tree

Trade Gallon (3qt)
Item # 48532
$24.95
Buy 3+ at $21.95 ea
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Birds will flock to the patio to visit this container tree!

Naturally dwarf and totally self-fertile!
Add a Mediterranean flair to the patio, walkway, or any sunny spot with this naturally dwarf, entirely self-fertile Fig. Just 8 to 10 feet tall (smaller if grown in a container) and spreading 8 to 10 feet, it boasts large, attractive lobed leaves and full-sized fruit of incomparable flavor. All the bounty of a full-sized tree, yet compact enough to be grown on an urban balcony!

'Negronne' bears one crop in midsummer (usually late July), then another in late September. In addition to keeping you in fresh figs for months on end, the sweet fruit lures every bird in the neighborhood to your garden, where you can study them up close as they nibble on the ripe fruit.

With maroon-black skin and bright red flesh, this fig looks as scrumptious as it tastes. Perfect for preserves or raw eating, it is a sweet treat within reach from midsummer until mid-fall. Self-fertile, so it needs no pollinator. Zones 7-10.

Genus Ficus
Species carica
Variety 'Negronne'
ItemForm Trade Gallon (3qt)
Zone 7 - 10
BloomStartToEnd Mid Summer - Late Summer
Habit Upright
PlantHeight 8 ft - 10 ft
PlantWidth 8 ft - 10 ft
AdditionalCharacteristics Edible
LightRequirements Full Sun
SoilTolerance Normal,  loamy
Uses Containers
Restrictions Canada, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, Virgin Islands, Arizona
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Average Based on 1 Reviews Write a Review
Beautiful tree, strong from the start
Miriam from NY wrote (May 28, 2013):
This is a gorgeous little tree that I first planted last spring in a small container. It gave delicious, beautifully dark red-fleshed fruit last summer, and it wintered in the container with no fuss. This April I was able to transplant it into our new garden, and it's flourishing, already showing several new fruits that are growing vigorously and it's not even June! I couldn't be happier with my first fig tree. I've even given one as a birthday gift to my aunt.