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The Tennessee Mountain Fig Tree is perhaps the most cold hardy fig ever discovered, the original tree was found growing in 1945 near Nashville Tennessee, where it had survived the bitter cold winters to -10 degrees F. in the snow-covered mountains of the Appalachians. This Tennessee Mountain fig fruiting at TyTy Nursery withstood the heavy frost and freeze in Georgia on the morning of November 8, 2007. Cold Hardy Tennessee Mountain Figs Grow in the Mountains of Tennessee. The original Tennessee Mountain fig tree is reliable in producing heavy crops of fruit that ripen in July through September.

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Tennesee Fig Tree May 24, 2017
Reviewer: Michael F Clarke from Annapolis, MD United States  
Dear TyTy Nursey,

Thank you for your speedy delivery.  Your professional packaging.  The UPS delivery man left it right on my front porch as I requested.  Tree is of great quality.  Love it.  Hope it produces fruit for many years to come.  

Thank you!

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Not sure yet May 19, 2017
Reviewer: Chad Wilt from Compton, AR United States  
... A lot smaller than I thought

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Early days yet May 19, 2017
Reviewer: B. Young from White Bluff, TN United States  
I received my fig tree in a timely fashion. After a few days in the ground it seems to be recovering, even with temps in the high 80s. There was nothing earth-shakingly wrong, but a few irritants.

It was a little worse for the wear. Heat in transit, for one thing. Also--how could the postman know she was handling it upside down if it wasn't marked on the box?

The tree was pruned for shipping, which I had expected. The cut was not clean, though--a strip of bark was torn down the side.

Before I unwound the root ball it would have been nice to know that the roots were packed with a gel moisture-holding substance. I might have been in less of a rush to get the hole ready. Also that stuff is a mess I do not know how to dispose of. No information.



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good size April 27, 2017
Reviewer: keith sutton from Gray, TN United States  
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Tennessee Mountain Fig Tree April 12, 2017
Reviewer: brenda rogers from estill springs, TN United States  
Very pleased as I was worried over UPS delay but had little green buds already forming.

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