Brown Turkey Fig Tree (California San Pedro) - Ficus carica
You may know the Brown Turkey fig by one of its other names: Everbearing, Harrison, Ramsey, Lee's Perpetual, Eastern Brown Turkey, and Brunswick. Whatever the name, The Brown Turkey fig is a sweet, bronze-colored fruit. It's a self-pollinator that ripens in late July until late fall. It will fruit even after severe freeze damage.
- Average mature height: 15-30 feet
- Light: Full sun
- Self-pollinating: Yes
- Soil: Well-drained. Will not tolerate excessively wet soil, but needs ample moisture during fruiting.
- Water: Keep moist
- Zones: 8-10
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Our plants ship in 3-inch-deep pots when they are 3-6 inches tall so they can grow to maturity under your green thumb.
This plant goes into dormancy in the fall and winter, so your plant may not have leaves when it arrives but it's still alive and well. In cooler weather, plants go dormant to conserve energy so they're ready to emerge lush and verdant in the spring.