Well.. It's that time of the year. I'm starting my fig tree sales. For those that have patiently waited, please check out my 4 listings on FigBid that are ending their auctions tonight around 8 PM EST: https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Browse?Seller=rossraddi
This is the beginning of what I hope to be many trees for sale this summer and fall, so don't be upset if you miss your chance. This week I have a few of my favorites Azores Dark, Smith, San Biagio and Dall'Oso.
Dall'Oso is particularly I feel underrated and I can't wait to eat more fruits from my established in ground tree. It's 1 of 4 varieties Belfiore nursery in Italy recommends for northern Italian fig growers. A longtime gem that has lost popularity over the years, but still remains a standard for those in less ideal fig climates like the majority of us in the US.
San Biagio is also a gem that many growers don't have. It's been my pleasure to start spreading this super rare variety around to the public.
The first fig of the year-- a Smith breba (May 29th):