Sweet Fruit Dwarf Black Jack Fig Tree
- Sweet Huge Fruit
- Dwarf Tree
- Heavy Producer
If you're a true Fig lover (and who isn't?) then you'll appreciate our dwarf variety - the Black Jack Fig. This beautiful and exotic-looking tree is all the rage in growers' circles, beloved for the bumper crop of delicious Figs it turns out each year without fail.
Black Jack Fig (Ficus carica 'Black Jack') produces large, elongated purplish fruit that hangs in clusters. The flesh of the Black Jack Fig is strawberry red, super juicy and succulently sweet. A lover of full sun, the Black Jack Fig starts out green before turning to the telltale rich purple before it's ready for harvest.
The taste of the Black Jack is phenomenal, which is why it is often eaten fresh, right from the tree. Some growers make these Figs into preserves. They're also great dried, which is a good way to preserve a large yield so that you can enjoy them all year long.
The Black Jack is an overachiever by any standards, producing bushels of Figs from mid-summer all the way through the month of September. It is a dwarf, so it is naturally small, making it a great choice for landscapes where space comes at a premium.
For Fig enthusiasts living in colder climates, the Black Jack is highly adaptable to container growth, just bring it inside when the mercury starts to plummet. Black Jack Fig is a wonderful addition to any yard, patio or balcony.
You can plant one or 100 Black Jack Figs - it is self-pollinating, so it doesn't need any special species growing nearby to ensure its productivity. Start with one or two and we're sure you'll add more when you see how easy the Black Jack is to grow.
We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. When you purchase a LetsPlantify.com fruiting plant, you'll receive a very well rooted plant. This gives you a HUGE boost in production. Enjoy the Black Jack Fig - order today!
|Botanical Name||Ficus carica 'Black Jack'|
|Mature Height||10 - 15 feet|
|Mature Spread||5 - 7 feet|
|Soil Type||Widely Adaptable|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|
|Growing Zone Range||7-10|
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