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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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Poor packaging and product June 29, 2015
Reviewer: Gary Morrison from Dorset, OH United States  
First fig tree arrived broken in half by ups a replacement was sent it looked as if it had been baked in an oven to the point of the leaves being powder dry and bark wrinkled support told me it would regrow , not a happy customer

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Delivery/Condition May 4, 2015
Reviewer: Juan Cintron from Brooklyn, NY United States  
I expected it to be a little more grown like with leaves on it.  Now I have to check it every day to see if there is any growth.
Took some time for delivery but I think the truck broke down.

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Hard to say!! April 30, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Oakmont, PA United States  
Ordered/received a 4' fig tree. Tree comes pretty much as a stick without any sign of life. I was already aware of this having ordered two last year. One did not survive (my fault). The second survived the winter in a garage and is now back in sunlight New leaves are growing on the one from last year. I expect/hope this year's order thrives as well as last year's.

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Thick trunk/fast delivery April 17, 2015
Reviewer: N Dean Nasser from Sioux Falls, SD United States  
As always the service was great. Growing a fig tree in South Dakota is going to be a challenge since we are a zone 4.  This tree will be indoors so I am hopeful.  It was a beautiful tree. Naturally it was pruned when I received it, but I do expect to see growth over the summer.  The substantial girth of the tree gives me a lot of hope that it will do well.

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Excellent service. Great tree. October 20, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Knoxville, TN United States  
Super customer service.  My tree was damaged in shipping.  The Nursery at TyTy replaced it at no charge to me within a week.  Both were great trees just like the description.

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