1 gal pot.
Chanowk propagated these figs from our mother tree who we estimate to be around 45 years old. She's amazingly sturdy and provides the largest figs we have ever seen for sale at the local grocery. We have prolific harvest each year and look forward to Judith's Fig Jam.
This fig variety requires minimal upkeep. You don't need to have a green thumb to grow this tree. They don't require a lot of fuss to keep them looking and performing their best.
Just plant it in well-drained soil, provide even watering and watch the magic unfold.
Known as one of the most abundant Fig species, the Black Mission Fig Tree produces year after year. It's a wonderful choice, with sweet, jammy fruit bursting with flavor.
You'll be glad to hear that Black Mission Fig starts producing faster than many other Fig or fruit varieties. This means that you can enjoy a bountiful harvest in just a few years.