Fig Trees

Fruit Plants, Fruit Trees, Fruit Bushes & Nut Trees

Fig Trees

Hardy varieties of figs will easily grow throughout the UK right up to the north of Scotland.

An ideal plant for container growing. Root growth restriction encourages the fruiting, so if you wish to plant your fig outside, use some manner of restricting the root size such as setting the potted plant into the soil, or grow it in a smallish box, or ‘box in’ the root area with pieces of slat or patio stones.

There's a guide to growing figs on the site here: Grow Your Own Figs

 

Fig Morena

Heavy crops of large fruit A first-class fig producing heavy crops of large, pear-shaped fruit with purple-green skins and sweet, juicy flesh that's ideal for jam-making. Harvest from mid Autgust to late October. Supplied in a 5 litre pot.

Price: £21.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Fig Rosetta

Mouth-watering fruit An early-maturing and prolific-cropping fig, whose large, mouth-watering fruits initially turn yellow-green, before eventually turning completely red. Harvest from mid August to early October. Supplied in a 5 litre pot.

Price: £21.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Fig Brown Turkey (Standard Tree)

Attractive foliage and delicious fruit Brown Turkey is the most reliable fig for the UK climate and in late August to mid September produces a heavy crop of purple-brown fruits with sweet red flesh - harvest and enjoy!

Price: £34.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Fig Plant - Panachee

This prolific-cropping variety, though it's been in cultivation since 1668, is something quite unusual, boasting high quality, deliciously sweet fruit with a unique variegated colouration that is certain to make it one of the most talked about items in your garden and your fruit bowl! Supplied in a 3 litre pot.

Price: £24.99 More information & to buy from Dobies

Fig Tree - Brown Turkey - Standard

Brown Turkey is the most reliable fig for the UK climate and in late August to mid September produces a heavy crop of purple-brown fruits with sweet red flesh - harvest and enjoy! Plants are very vigorous and growth should be limited by restricting the roots to a large container (which will also encourage fruit formation). If you want to grow a fig as a traditional shaped tree on the patio, our beautiful 'standard' plants (pictured) are ideal. Alternatively the bush is easily trained against a wall and pruned to fit the required space. Supplied as "standard" in a 4 litre pot.

Price: £34.99 More information & to buy from Dobies

Fig Plant - Brown Turkey

If you have a bare south-facing wall then waste this space no longer. Brown Turkey is the most reliable fig for the UK climate and in late August to mid September produces a heavy crop of purple-brown fruits with sweet red flesh - harvest and enjoy! Plants are very vigorous and growth should be limited by restricting the roots to a large container (which will also encourage fruit formation). Alternatively the bush is easily trained on the wall and pruned to fit the required space. Supplied in a 3 litre pot.

Price: £17.99 More information & to buy from Dobies

Fig : Brown Turkey

Specially selected for the UK climate as Brown Turkey is fully hardy and can be grown very successfully outdoors, producing large crops of sweet and juicy figs with a deep red flesh under their brown skins.

Price: £29.99 More information & to buy from Thompson & Morgan

Fig : Brown Turkey Standard

The most reliable fig for the UK climate, producing a heavy crop of purple-brown fruits with sweet red flesh. Plants are very vigorous and growth should be limited by restricting the roots to a large container (which will also encourage fruit formation).

Price: £34.99 More information & to buy from Thompson & Morgan

Fig : Brunswick

Attractive trees with enormous hand shaped leaves have medium vigour making them ideal for growing in containers. Produces a heavy crop of medium sized pear shaped fruits with the sweetest of flavours.

Price: £30.99 More information & to buy from Thompson & Morgan

Fig Plant - Brown Turkey

f you have a bare south-facing wall then waste this space no longer. Brown Turkey is the most reliable fig for the UK climate and in late August to mid September produces a heavy crop of purple-brown fruits with sweet red flesh - harvest and enjoy!

Price: £17.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Panachee

This prolific-cropping variety, though it's been in cultivation since 1668, is something quite unusual, boasting high quality, deliciously sweet fruit with a unique variegated colouration that is certain to make it one of the most talked about items in your garden and your fruit bowl. Supplied in a 3 litre pot.

Price: £24.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Califfo Blue

An extremely productive fig, producing a bumper crop of large, luscious bluish-purple, red-fleshed fruit. Harvest from early September to early October. They're vigorous plants, so growth should be limited by restricting the roots to a large container (which will also encourage fruit formation). Alternatively they can easily be trained on a wall and pruned to fit the required space. Strong-growing and quick to start fruiting and, once mature, will withstand the coldest winters.

Price: £17.99 More information & to buy from Suttons Seeds

Violette de Bordeaux

Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux' is a particularly hardy variety. Dating from around 1680, itwas found to thrive in Versailles gardens during the cold winter months. The small, purple black figs have a marvellous perfume and a lovely sweet flavour. Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux' produces two crops per year, and if protected over winter the second crop will ripen early during the following summer. Height: 3m (9'). Spread: 4m (13').

Price: £34.99 More information & to buy from Thompson & Morgan

Madeleine des Deux Saisons

Dating back to ancient Versailles in the reign of Louis IV, Fig 'Madeleine des Deux Saisons' is particularly hardy and remains a worthy garden variety. With delicate pink coloured flesh and an exceptionally sweet flavour, the fruits are delicious eaten freshly picked. Literally translated as Madeleine of Two Seasons, this productive variety produces two crops per season during hot UK summers and if protected over winter the second crop will ripen early during the following summer. Height: 3m (9'). Spread: 4m (13').

Price: £34.99 More information & to buy from Thompson & Morgan

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