Fig and Olive Tree Growers

Fig and Olive Tree Growers

Cuttings and Air Layers
Contact Us at:
figand [email protected]

Feel free to contact us anytime for prices and avialibility of any of the figs listed or pictured 

We begin selling cuttings December and January -  Each cutting is about 6-7" long with at least 3 nodes

See our list of Cuttings avialiable for this December and January

See our current list of Air Layers freshly taken

Fresh Air Layers  
Popone 
CDD Rimada MP
Martinenca Rimada
CRAVEN (THESE AIR LAYERS ARE BEING USED FOR TRADES)
Parajtal Rimada MP

Cuttings Avialiable for December 2019 and January 2020
Popone (Limited Quantity) - $45 per cutting - Very Low
Black Tuscan (Limited Quantity) - $45 per cutting - Sold Out
Craven (Limited Quantity) - $45 per cutting
Golden Rainbow (Limited Quantity) - $45 per cutting
Black  Maderia MP (Negra Maderia) - $35 per cutting
Black Maderia - $35 per cutting
Martinenca Rimada - $35 per cutting
Parajtal Rimada MP - $45 per cutting
White Maderia (Limited Quantity) - $40 per cutting
Sangue Dolce - $35 per cutting
Luv - $30 per cutting
I258 - $15 per cutting
Bordissot B/N - $35 per cutting
CDD Gegantina - $35 per cutting
CDD B/N - $15 per cutting
CDD Roja - $15 per cutting
Smith - $15 per cutting
Oro Rosato - $15 per cutting
Victoria - $15 per cutting
Figo Preto - $20 per cutting
Valisika Melissi - $15 per cutting
Melanzanna - $12 per cutting
Galacia Negra - $30 per cutting
Maltese Falcon - $15 per cutting
Ponte Tresa - $15 per cutting
Dulce Rufina - $10 per cutting
De La Senorya MP - $30 per cutting - Sold Out
Qaal - $15 per cutting
Italian Everbearing - $20 per cutting - Sold Out
De La Reina - $15 per cutting
Gentile - $15 per cutting
SweetHeart - $12 per cutting
Sallam - $25 per cutting - Sold Out
De Tre Esplets MP - $40 per cutting - Sold Out
Sefrawi - $15 per cutting
Calvert - $15 per cutting
Sumaki - $15 per cutting
Sucrette - $15 per cutting

Craven - Fall 2019 Harvest
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These are some pics from today here is Florida and Craven Ripening time....
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Guess #2
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This particular variety of fig has amazing coloring to its trunk, branches and bark, when the wood is green it is beautiful and when the bark lignifies it gets even more beautiful....
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RDS
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I decided to expand further on one of my most favorite figs....I have added a few more pictures to show this fig fully ripe ....
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De La Senyora MP
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There has been some discussion about the (S) or (H) versions out there, the shape, ripeing time of year, leafs, height of tree, etc....this fig ripened the beginnig of the second week of October and the tree does grow high, about 10' on one single trunk.... but I have also air layered it and it grew a lot shorter, about 3'- 4' in height with multiple branches....
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Mutante
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CDD Mutante / Bi Color
This is another one of my favoriate varieties....It has a taste very similar to Parajtal Rimada MP, MR, and RDS....It is a very light, berry taste, that has a very well balanced acidity....The color change is very unique as the longer I own this fig each year it shows really cool variations....In its first year it ripened very similar to Bordissot B/N with the red stripes, but then it had light purple stripes all on more of a yellow background....the stripes were thinner though than Bordissot B/N....this year it has a yellow/olive greenish background with red and purple stripes again and looks beautiful....
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Panachee / Panache
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10/8/19
This past growing season this variety decided to put out varigated leaves on one branch....I thought it was a one shot deal and then as the branch began to grow, it has put out all types of varigated combinations....It is a beautiful look in the yard, especially when the varigated leaves, fruit and bark all show at the same time....I was waiting for this branch to grow big enough for a good size AL .... Last week I set the AL and I am hoping that I will be able to get a plant of Panache that has all varigated leaves.
Parajtal Rimada MP
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These pictures are from this past summer of Parajtal Rimada Ripening
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Craven
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This Variety has ripened very well for me here in Florida....It ripens at the same time as BM and does like the longer growing season....It will lose all of its leaves and still have figs at almost every node that continue to ripen....
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Italian EB Low / Weeping
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This Variety is one of my family's favorites....The flavor is very sweet, even just under the skin, it all turns to like a candied glaze....I had trouble cutting it since it was so soft....It's texture is very smooth and velvety....
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  1. Arbequina Olives
    Arbequina Olives
  2. Koenerki Olive Trees
    Koenerki Olive Trees
  3. The Farm
    The Farm
  4. Ripening Figs
    Ripening Figs
  5. Martinenca Rimada Fig
    Martinenca Rimada Fig
  6. Olive Blossoms
    Olive Blossoms

100 Fig Varieties

10 Olive Varieties

Fig and Olive Products




Fig and Olive Tree Growers

Why Figs?


 
   
Tracing back to Biblical times, the fig has a long and varied history.  Figs symbolize fertility, prosperity and peace. Before refined sugars were introduced in the western diet, figs were used as a sweetener. To this day, they are used for medicinal purposes in many cultures around the world. Containing high levels of vitamins K and B6 and minerals including magnesium, calcium , potasium and zinc, the fig is a powerhouse of nutrition. Figs also contain high levels of soluble fiber which is important for digestive health and may be associated with a lowered risk of certain cancers.

Why Olives?

Also with ancient roots, olive trees are among the oldest known trees to be cultivated.  Olive are packed full of nutrients inlcuding potassium, magnesium and iron. Olives are high in healthy monounsaturated fats and contain polyphenols.  As a result, olives and olive oil are associated with numerous health benefits including antioxidant properties, improved heart and bone health, weight loss, reduced allergies, digestive tract health, skin, hair and eye health, pain reduction  and may even help fight cancer.
 
  1. Koenerki Olives
    Koenerki Olives
  2. Olive buds
    Olive buds
  3. Bees ready to aid in pollination
    Bees ready to aid in pollination
  4. Olives brining
    Olives brining