The following plants are available for fall shipping and for pick up at the farm and the Olympia Farmer's Market. Fall orders for shipping will be reviewed on an individual basis.We will be able to ship your order in the fall, if the nursery stock goes dormant here (usually late October) in time to safely ship your order across the country. Orders that can't be shipped in the fall will be shipped in the winter or spring.
Follow the bare root shipping chart for fall orders.
Large fruited variety best for fresh use. English Brown Turkey Fig has bronze skin with red flesh, may be slightly hardier than most of the other varieties. Not very productive in WA but with a late fall may produce a large 2nd crop. Somewhat dwarfing. Full sun. Zone 7-10.
Yellow/greenish skinned delicious figs with amber flesh. A reliable variety in the NW able to ripen 2 crops a year in warm summer regions. Used fresh or dried. An Italian Honey Fig also known by cultivar names "Lattarula" or "Blanche". Zone 7-10.
This large red fleshed purple fig is very flavorful. Madelaine of Two Seasons Fig ripens a good crop in Western Washington in early August. In a warm location a second crop can be produced in the fall. A.K.A. Dan's Favorite and Ackermann's
Small to medium sized fruit, green skin with yellow stripes. Very cool looking. Some faint striping is evident even in the young branches in the spring. Sets well here (Western WA) every year, but never ripens in our cool climate. However, the cut branches loaded with small striped figs are popular in floral arrangements. In warm climate regions, the fruit from Striped Tiger Fig is highly regarded. As referred to by the cultivar "Panache". Zone 8-10.
A small tree with medium sized dark skinned, sweet and flavorful fruit. Violette Du Bordeaux Fig is very good fresh or dried. Reliable even in cooler climates. Sometimes referred to by the cultivar "Negronne". Zone 7-10.