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Delicious Peter's Honey figs are cold hardy and have withstood temperatures near 0 degrees F. The Peter's Honey Fig Tree is a moderate grower to 15 to 25 feet tall and wide. This new greenish-yellow hybrid fig, Peter's Honey, is especially sweet, and in the South it ripens its first crop in May and a later crop in October and November and requires a sunny, hot exposure in cooler areas. When totally ripe on the tree, the Peter's Honey Fig secretes yellow, honey-colored droplets with a sweet taste and an amber pulp. Peter's Honey Fig preserves on buttered biscuits taste delicious and are a perfect breakfast treat in the cold days of Winter when fresh figs are not available.


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2-3ft tall [$18.75]
3-4ft tall [$28.75]
4-5ft tall [$38.75]
5-6ft tall [$58.75]
6-7ft tall - Bearing Size [$79.75]
7-8ft tall [$109.75]

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bare root plants January 15, 2015
Reviewer: DFW area from Arlington, TX United States  
All plants in this order were received in good condition.  They were well wrapped in the shipping box.  This is my first order of bare root plants and I will have to wait and see how they well they grow this coming year.

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Light on roots April 11, 2014
Reviewer: Milton Vallaire from Slidell, LA United States  
I expected to see more roots on the tree; however they seen to be doing okay after being in the ground for a couple of weeks. I see the beginning of some sprouts, hope this is a sign that the roots are growing as well.

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