The Magnolia Fig, scientifically known as Ficus carica 'Magnolia,' is a captivating fruit-bearing tree celebrated for its luscious, sweet figs and ornamental features. With its distinctive large, lobed leaves and elegant branching pattern, the Magnolia Fig stands out as a delightful addition to both orchards and gardens.
The fruit produced by the Magnolia Fig is a delectable, honey-sweet fig with a tender, juicy interior. The skin boasts a purplish-brown hue, adding to its visual allure. It is a self-pollinating tree, but planting multiple trees can enhance fruit production. Bees and other pollinators may also contribute to pollination.
Magnolia Figs typically starts bearing fruit within 1 to 2 years after planting. The time of ripening occurs in late summer to early fall, offering a generous harvest window.
It reaches a mature height of 15 to 20 feet, forming a well-rounded canopy. It can be kept smaller with some pruning. Its dense foliage creates an attractive and visually appealing presence in any landscape.
Thriving in USDA hardiness zones 7 to 11, the Magnolia Fig demonstrates resilience to a wide range of climates, making it suitable for various geographical regions.
The last photo is an example of a #1 (1 gallon) Magnolia Fig, however, it is not the exact plant that you will receive. Your plant will be approximately 1-2 years old and 1'-3' tall. Figs can be single trunk to multi-trunked trees.
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