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Cold-Hardy Pack #4

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Cold Hardy Pack consists of 10 total cuttings – five (5) fig tree varieties with two (2) cuttings of each – that are ideal for growing in Zones 6-7. (See below for varieties contained in this pack.)

All cuttings contained in the pack are from fig trees that have grown in-ground and unprotected here in Lancaster, PA (Zone 6B) and have fruited fairly well for a number of consecutive years. (Protection would no doubt increase yield substantially, but we have been happy with the dependable volume we get every year.) As a result of in-ground growing, the thickness of the cuttings is much better than container-grown trees – these cuttings are large, heavy and full of energy!

Cold-Hardy Pack #3 Includes:

  • Allentown Black - This black fig was discovered unprotected in Allentown. It was huge. Ours produces some of the largest yields of all the trees and is excellent in winter hardiness.
  • Nexoe This is a good english brown turkey type fig coming from Denmark and really packing a sweet punch. This is a later fig, but has a very short ripening window, making it a good producer at the tail end of the season.
  • Paradiso Bronze VS This is a delicious Adriatic type of fig, with green skin and blood red pulp. As with most Adriatics, it is late, so finding a protected spot will definitely help in earlier ripening.
  • Unk Hungarian This Mt Etna type fig was brought here from Hungary and is a very good producer of black figs with sweet strawberry pulp.
  • Yellow Long Neck This is more of a premium variety to be included in the hardy pack collection, but it has performed very well in ground and consistently ripens gobs of extra large sweet yellow figs.
About Our Cuttings

» 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.