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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 June 21, 2016
Reviewer: mark holowinski from grosse pointe farms, MI United States  
tree came in proptly, was as described in website, cant wait till we start getting figs

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fig June 8, 2016
Reviewer: D'Arcy Clark from culpeper, VA United States  
look good

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Nice tree June 6, 2016
Reviewer: Vanessa Fulcher from Bella Vista, AR United States  
Tree is about 5ft tall.  Nicely pruned with a few healthy leaves.  Can't wait for the figs!!!

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BARE ROOT June 5, 2016
Reviewer: MICHAEL DONO from NORHT ADAMS, MA United States  
THEY LOOK GOOD I DID NOT KNOW THEY WERE BARE ROOT TREES NO INSTRUCTION ON HOW TO PLANT THEY ARE IN WE WILL SEE IF THEY SURVIVE MASS WINTER  ON THE SOUTHSIDE OF HOUSE TO BLOCK WIND

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fig trees June 3, 2016
Reviewer: mario hardy from martinsville, VA United States  
both trees shed all leaves after planting,now new leaves emerging

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