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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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TN Fig Tee June 25, 2014
Reviewer: Angelo Erri from Itasca, IL United States  
Once everything was discussed the fig trees arrived in two days. Planting instructions not included. The trees were completely  pruned, and with a pretty big root system. Should know if they start growing in a few days. Glad there is a warranty

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ssee mountain fig May 20, 2014
Reviewer: Joseph Graziosi from Centerville, MA United States  
6to7'bearing size Tennessee fig tree
had only one bud
hope this is not a trend ??


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fig May 15, 2014
Reviewer: Gary Tucker from Falls Mills, VA United States  
Buds are out and greening well. Happy with this one.

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Friar's Know Best May 13, 2014
Reviewer: FrayJacob P.Gerard Priest OFMCap from El Paso Zone#8, TX United States  
The  only reason I give it 4 not 5 stars is because of the simple fact that I was unaware of the fact that even if you as I did order the 7-8 foot fruit-bearing tree, what you will receive is a pruned tree. You will receive a tree pruned 1/3 of it's height,  which means you will receive a tree five to five and a half feet tall. please don't misunderstand me, it is extremely well rooted has many branches and looks like it is ready to give you an abundant harvest for a lifetime and then some. The main reason for getting a Tennessee fake is simply because although it is smaller than most things it is one of the sweetest you will find. May God bless you and may all the fruits you harvest in life be sweet, Fray Jacob Paul Gerard Priest Ordo de Franciscan Capuchin's OFMCap

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Fig trees April 25, 2014
Reviewer: James Rutherford from Kingston, TN United States  
Trees were packed very well. UPS of coarse had tore the box up.  Trees are a little bit on the pricey side. They should grow ok.

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