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Black Mission Fig Tree



 
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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.

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Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 54 Write a review »

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4 of 5 August 21, 2020
Reviewer: Tanya Graves from Pride, LA United States  
It’s doing well and thriving.

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5 of 5 Great Addition to our Yard! (3 Months Later) July 27, 2020
Reviewer: Franchesco Fickey Martinez from Stella, NC United States  
It is currently Mid-July. 12 weeks have passed. I still give a strong 5-star review.

The Trees arrived in Mid-April by UPS and were pruned, no soil, and hydrated.

They were placed in the soil and watered a couple of times a day. The buds on some trees opened, then withered. :(

The tree acclimated, and a few of the lower nodes budded. Once the tree figured things out, it started to form branches and looks healthy.

In a matter of 12 weeks, these little tree can grow a couple inches to a foot taller. Fast growers (when they figure out the sun/shade and watering schedules).

I recommend this tree and will be ordering more trees next year from this nursery.

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4 of 5 Jury is out... Hope all is well though May 27, 2020
Reviewer: B-fig from ATLANTA, GA United States  
Tree arrived in extremely pruned state (was told 1/3 of it is pruned before shipment but that would have meant 2 feet were cut off as well as all limbs). It is supposed to be in fruit-bearing state this year but that is hard to imagine given that it has no limbs or leaves right now.  
I'm sure it will be fine over time but that 'fruit-bearing' size claim may be a bit over-stated.

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4 of 5 May 23, 2020
Reviewer: Arben kotoni from Shirley, NY United States  
Good for now

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5 of 5 Black Mission Fig May 22, 2020
Reviewer: Cheryle Shaughnessy from marietta, GA United States  
Nice big leaf buds on a viable trunk. should leaf out soon. nice root system.

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