USPS First Class $6.00
$1.00 as additional item
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2 cuttings of Col de Dame Noire fig, 6" or longer, will be cut from dormant trees fresh to order before shipping.
The photo is an example of cuttings but not the actual ones. Another photo is of some of my fig orchard. There are pictures of the fig if I have one.
This sought after fig is considered to have one of the best flavor profiles of many worthy contenders. Medium sized figs with long necks are black in full sun, deep strawberry fleshed, and deliver all the figgy delights you can imagine. Raspberry jam and Clementine oranges dominate the flavor profile of these beauties. Ripens late, so needs a long warm season with late frosts, but does produce in the warm foothills of coastal California in some years. Characteristic prolonged neck to the fruit, hence the name. No brebas produced, highly productive. Tree upright and fast growing.
Note: Cuttings will all be 6 to 8 inches, at least the thickness of a pencil, and have at least 3 nodes. The cuttings will be mailed dry in a plastic bag in an envelope. I will not wrap them in any moist media since this will damage the cuttings in case of a delivery delay.
This will not affect the rooting success. Rooting of the cuttings is fairly easy, please search online for suggestions and visit the popular fig forums.
Shipping is $6 for first class mail, paid with PayPal. I will combine shipping on any number of cuttings you win or buy at $1 extra shipping per additional item. All shipping for paid orders is on Monday and Tuesday no matter when you order or pay.
No international shipping, or to Alaska, Puerto Rico, or Hawaii.
I have been growing figs for more than 30 years, first in the central valley and now at my farm in the foothills of Watsonville California called Fruitilicious Farm. All trees are growing in ground in California, and are vigorous and productive. All are originally from reputable sources and have fruited in our climate. We specialize in figs that grow well in coastal conditions: long but cool growing season with fog in the summer and heat in the fall, and mild winters with some light frost.
I am zeamaizing on Ourfigs.com.