Fig Key Facts Chart
|VARIETY||Skin Colour||Flesh Colour||Fruit Size||Fruit Use||Harvest||Growth Habit||Mature Size|
|BLENHEIM||Black/purple||Red||Small||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||April||Spreading||4 to 5m|
|BROWN TURKEY||Brown with purple tinge||Cream tinged with red||Medium||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||March/April||Spreading||4 to 5m|
|BRUNORO BLACK||Purple||Dark red||Small/medium||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||April||Spreading||4m|
|BRUNSWICK||Bronze||Pink||Large||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||April||Spreading||4 to 5m|
|CANDY||Green/yellow||Deep red||Medium to Large||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||April||Spreading||4m|
|MRS. WILLIAMS||Purple/red||Carmine||Medium bell-shaped||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||January and April||Spreading||4 to 5m|
|MALTA TYPE 1||Bronze to dark brown/purple||Red||Small/medium||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||February/March||Spreading||4m|
|VLASSOFF / ATHENREE DARK||Purple/black||Red/purple||Large||Eat fresh, dried or cooked||Dec/Jan then March/April||Spreading||4 to 5m|
- All are self-fertile.
- Figs enjoy root restriction and will fruit better when potted or in harsh growing conditions.
- Ideal to espalier against a sunny wall or containerise in a small garden.