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'Olympian' Fig Tree *ORGANIC* Refresh

XL Figs / Compact Plant - Excellent for Container Culture / Cool Regions

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FancyFigsFarm
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Located in: Kent, WA
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Listing includes one 2nd-year tree in a #1 pot, organically grown from cuttings without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. 

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For in-person pick-up, this tree is available potted as-is with an intact root structure.

When shipped, this tree will be available as dormant bare-root tree and only until it remains dormant through February.  A bare-root tree is easier to plant in native soil and will rapidly out-perform a potted tree.

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Ficus carica 'Olympian'

‘Olympian’ is a ultra cold hardy fig & absolutely delicious.  One of the best tasting and most reliable figs in cooler regions like the PNW.  This fig produces very sweet XL fruits with thin purple-striped skin and a red to violet flesh.  This newly available fig from Olympia, Washington regularly ripens a sizeable crop in an August and often ripens a fall crop in cool summer areas where other varieties fail.   Along with the larger-growing 'Desert King', 'Olympian' is a good bet for cool summer areas.

Notably, this fig prolifically produces XL fruit on a compact plant, making it an excellent choice for containers and smaller gardens spaces.

Discovered by retired biologist Denny McGaughy, he named it after the city where he found it in a sheltered location. Denny worked with Malli Aradhy, a geneticist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Clonal Germplasm Repository to conduct DNA test to find out if it was a known cultivar. It did not match any of the 200+ figs in the repository. It appears Denny has found a unique heirloom variety that produces well in cool & coastal climates.

Hardiness zone: 6-10
Size at Maturity: 4'-8'
Taste: Rich, jammy
Fruit Skin: Purple-Green
Fruit Flesh: Red-Purple
Breba: Excellent

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  • Variety Name Olympian

  • Item # 49164014
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