11 Different Types  of Fig Trees  (Plus Interesting Facts)


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Fig trees were first cultivated in western Asia and the eastern Mediterranean more than 5,000 years ago.  These trees are drought-tolerant, simple to propagate, and produces two fruit crops each year.

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Adriatic Fig Trees

The tree of Adriatic figs is self-pollinating, and the fruit itself is thin-skinned with a pulp that is sweet and tasty. They can withstand a variety of weather conditions and they ripen in June, usually from the previous year’s growth, as well as in August on the current year’s growth.

Alma Fig Trees

Alma figs have medium-sized fruit, small seeds, and a light yellow skin. The trees are sensitive to frost and therefore, they shouldn’t be grown more than 200 miles from the Gulf of Mexico.

Black Mission Fig Trees

The Black Mission figs are a very high-quality fruit, and like some other fig trees, it produces its fruit twice a year. It is a medium-sized fruit with skin that sometimes cracks when it ripens. It grows to be quite big, and it lives for a very long time.

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