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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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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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perfect March 31, 2015
Reviewer: Miguel Boschulte from Hartford, AL United States  
Already budding and ready to go!!!

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bare root plants January 15, 2015
Reviewer: DFW area from Arlington, TX United States  
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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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