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Desert King Fig Tree One of the best varieties for the Northwest, Desert King Fig is very productive and reliable, producing abundant yellowish-green figs with sweet and richly flavorful, strawberry colored flesh. Because it ripens in mid summer, Desert King is a great variety for gardeners in coastal, high elevation, and other cool regions.
Ficus carica 'Desert King'. SKU. This versatile fig thrives in cool climates, producing a large early crop even in the absence of summer heat. May set a second fall crop in warmer regions. The exceptionally large, green-skinned fruit has strawberry flesh of excellent quality. An attractive, prolific tree for garden or landscape. stumpclear.bare Size at Maturity: Quickly reaches 15 to 25 ft. tall and wide. Desert King Fig. Yes - this tree is approved for planting under power lines. No - fruit trees cannot be planted as street trees in Seattle.
Fig trees must be planted within yards. This self-fruitful fig thrives in Seattle, producing an annual crop of dark fruit with strawberry-red flesh.
The fruit is rich and delicious.
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About Desert King Fig Tree The Desert King Fig Tree is a good choice for cooler climates. It is a large, deep green fig with strawberry red flesh. When you buy fig trees such as this King Fig you will enjoy its heavily produced, fallen tree sound effect quality, sweet figs.
The Desert King Fig tree sets a large early crop from June to stumpclear.bar:Desert King is one of if not the most cold hardy Fig trees but also can take the heat. Not only is it cold hardy, it's one of the sweetest and most delicious with strawberry colored flesh that melts in your mouth.
They taste so good and sweet that we've always thought whoever named 5/5(4). Desert King was found growing wild, sometime between andin Madera, California. It being found growing wild in California, you would think it is not a cold hardy fig. But, because of its heavy bearing, and its excellent taste, a lot of gardeners in the north, simply had to have it.