The Black Mission Fig tree produces twice annually, the first crop in late June and the second crop from August to September. The Mission Fig tree requires less than 100 chill hours (roughly 4 days of cold temperatures below 45 degrees F.) Large clusters of purple Black Mission figs begin to form in late Summer, an indication by the color change that the ripening feature has begun. As the Black Mission figs begin to mature they emit a sweet aroma and a bright shiny purple-black color develops.
Black Mission Fig Home Landscapes
Fruiting Black Mission Fig Tree
Exotic Mission Black Figs