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Black Jack Fig

$35
+ $2.50 Gift Wrapping
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TREE SIZES

  • Large, purplish-brown figs with sweet, juicy, strawberry-red flesh.
  • Naturally small, semi-dwarf  tree. Self fruitful.
  • Harvest August - October in Central California.
  • 100 hours of chilling (hours below 45ºF) required. 

 

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  • We can ship our "Other Edibles" (non-citrus plants) and growing accessories to most states, including Texas, Arizona or Florida. 
  • Sorry, we do not ship any items to the US Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico or to API/APO addresses, or to other countries at this time.
  • Due to agricultural restrictions, we cannot send any fruit, foliage or plants in soil to Hawaii. We can ship all other non-tree items to Hawaii, as well as Bare-Rooted Premium citrus trees. 
  • In order to insure the highest quality upon arrival, we ship on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • We ship orders to the east coast on Mondays only.


  • These trees, measured from the top of the root ball, are 24-36” tall, with a trunk diameter between 1/2-1 inch.
  • Within a month of delivery we suggest repotting into a larger (10-12" diameter) container.
  • Like citrus trees, deciduous trees appreciate a well aerated growing medium that retains moisture and also drains well. 
  • Provide full sun, regular feeding and good drainage to keep the tree happy and productive.

 

 


Growing Conditions

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Full Sun

Provide 8 or more hours of direct sunlight per day.

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12’-15’ MATURE TREE

When planted in the ground, tree will reach 12’-15’ at maturity. In a container, this naturally semi dwarf tree will stay much smaller, especially with judicious pruning.

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SELF FERTILE

Black Jack Figs are self-fruitful and do not require pollination.

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Summer/ Fall

Season when fruit typically ripens in California

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Hardy to 5 ºF

Protect when temperatures fall below 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Figs go deciduous in the Winter months.