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*Fig Tree Mystery X* +Bearing Size Fig Tree+Eat Figs+1st Year+

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Published on Jun 29, 2012

http://www.tytyga.com/Fig-Trees-s/185... If you like the sweet taste and fruity aroma of ripe figs you will love these choice figs that are offered for sale by Ty Ty Nursery. The cold hardy purple colored mystery x fig tree discovered near an abandoned plantation house in Georgia. & when sliced the bright pulp is soft & sweet flavored. The Green Ischau Fig is perfect for eating directly from the tree. This Japanese Fig is green in color and since birds are color blind this fig is hidden amongst the green leafs. The Patrick's Super Giant fig is huge in size with the sweet delicious taste. The figs are so large and heavy, you should keep these large figs from dragging the limbs to the ground by picking these figs daily. The Italian White Fig is often eaten after dinner as a dessert and sometimes the figs are dried in sugar crystals for eating when they are out of season. The Italian White fig often fruits the first year at 6 foot sized trees and since this tree is ever bearing you can expect to enjoy figs from your trees several times each year. Don't forget to order your hybrid fig trees now and get 25% discount and that means free shipping. when you phone in your order. Your Fig trees are ready to be shipped right now just call Ty Ty right now and you will receive your tree shortly. Order bearing size fig trees so that you can enjoy eating figs from your own backyard orchard next season if you. There are many kinds of fig trees offered for sale on this video, including the Mystery X' Fig tree and the Patrick's Super Giant Fig that can weigh one-half pound. Figs can mature in many different colors, purple, white and yellow, and the size is very variable. Fig trees are easy to grow and can produce sweet figs over a long period of time. Classic cold hardy fig trees will survive and grow figs in Texas, New York and New Jersey.

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