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  1. Mor Reply

    Sweet and juicy. Large, long purplish fruit with strawberry red flesh. Black Jack is a natural semi-dwarf and can be kept under feet tall with pruning. If not pruned can reach 12 - 15 feet tall.

  2. Kakora Reply

    Jul 27,  · Yet a fig that is picked before its time is a sad, sad thing. Today I’m going to show you in photos how to pick a ripe fig. The color of your figs will vary by type; however, the basic information will not. One thing I’ve seen people do too often is pick a fig .

  3. Kigagami Reply

    Black Jack Fig is a small tree that is typically grown for its edible qualities, although it does have ornamental merits as well. It produces deep purple oblong fruit (technically 'pomes') with black overtones which are typically harvested when mature. The fruits have a sweet taste and a fleshy texture.

  4. Garn Reply

    Fig trees need to be watered on a regular basis to be healthy and produce abundant crops. The following page includes our selection of fig trees - from the Black Mission Fig Tree to the Desert King Fig Tree. There are few things more beautiful - or delicious - than a healthy fig grown on a robust fig tree.

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  6. Shakazuru Reply

    Ficus carica 'Black Jack' Sku # This attractive garden tree has an interesting winter appearance and produces especially sweet, elongated purple fruit in the summer. The semi-dwarf form makes it a good choice where space is limited.

  7. Shaktijar Reply

    The Black Jack Fig Tree is a large, long, purplish fruit with a strawberry red flesh. When you buy a fig tree such as this one, you will notice it is a very sweet, juicy, and heavy producer. The tree is naturally semi-dwarf and can be kept under ft. tall with pruning. Otherwise, it can reach ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo: Willis Orchard Company.

  8. Zulkihn Reply

    Pictured below are many of the fig varieties we have on the farm. Only a few are for sale if I have extra. Cuttings are sometimes available in February. Armenian Fig _____ Black Ischia Fig __ _____ Black Jack Fig Large, purplish-brown figs wi.

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