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Black Bethlehem Fig Tree Refresh

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I started with a cutting this size in March 2023 and it was 6 ft tall by the end of the summer and I harvested several figs that 1st year.  Now, I have this 3 month old rooted cutting to share.  It will ship with it's 9"x4" tree pot.  Black Bethlehem figs are a variety of fig tree that was discovered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, known for its cold hardiness and productivity. This fig tree is particularly noted for its early ripening, delicious flavor, and extreme productivity, like the Chicago Hardy variety. Black Bethlehem fig trees are self-pollinating and reportedly hardy to temperatures as low as -10°F making it a suitable choice for regions with cold climates where other fig varieties might struggle to survive. They bear fruit 1-2 years after planting, reaching a height of 8-15 feet. The fruit is intense strawberry-flavored with purple-black skin and red flesh, ripening from August to October. These fig trees are resistant to pests and diseases common in the region and are not favored by deer. The mother tree of the Black Bethlehem fig is "cold hardy” in zone 6b, rarely dies back, and is early ripening. FACTS: Common fig type, Can fruit 1st year after ground dieback, Purple/Red Medium Sized Fruit, Early-Season, Black Bethlehem will produce some breba, Tight Eye, Highly Productive, Rain Resistant, Cold Hardy Zone 6a.

  • Variety Name Black Bethlehem

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