I believe this may be a Brunswick type based on the leaves and the melon like flavor. The figs are fairly large. I did notice that this variety is a little later than most Brunswick types I have had, but it also had less splitting issues than said Brunswicks. I think it is average to slightly above average here in the North East.
» Cuttings will have at least 3 nodes with a thickness greater than a pencil (most like a marker) and are about 6-10 inches in length.
» The product image shows actual cuttings from our nursery & is meant to demonstrate the average size of our fig tree cuttings. The photo is not an exact representation of this variety.