Discover 15 Unique Fig Varieties at Linvilla Orchards!

Summer is here, and it’s the perfect time to enhance your garden with some delightful fig plants! We are thrilled to announce that Linvilla Orchards now offers 15 distinct varieties of fig plants, all sourced from a trusted local grower. These exceptional fig plants are perfect for any garden enthusiast looking to add a touch of sweetness to their landscape.

Here’s a sneak peek at the varieties you can find at our garden center:

  • Natalina: A prolific variety known for its rich flavor and excellent productivity.
  • Longue D’Aout: Renowned for its elongated fruits and honey-like sweetness.
  • Brown Turkey: A popular choice, praised for its adaptability and deliciously sweet figs.
  • Chicago Hardy: Perfect for colder climates, this hardy variety produces sweet, dark figs.
  • Takoma: Unique and flavorful, this variety stands out for its robust growth.
  • Carmelitana: Offers a delightful taste with a touch of caramel-like sweetness.
  • Al’s Sicilian: A rare variety that boasts rich, complex flavors.
  • Ronde de Bordeaux: Known for its small, dark, and intensely sweet fruits.
  • Takoka Violet: With its vibrant purple skin, this variety is as beautiful as it is tasty.
  • Bronx Special: A standout for its unique flavor profile and prolific production.
  • Red Israel: Offers striking red figs with a delightful, sweet taste.
  • Stella: A star in any garden, this variety produces large, luscious figs.
  • Black Spanish: Noted for its deep, dark skin and rich, sweet flavor.
  • Peters Honey: As sweet as its name suggests, this variety is a real treat.

Each of these varieties brings something special to the table, from unique flavors and vibrant colors to exceptional hardiness and productivity. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, there’s a fig plant here that’s perfect for you.

Visit Linvilla Orchards today and explore our wide selection of fig plants. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you find the perfect variety to suit your garden and taste preferences. Don’t miss out on the chance to grow your own delicious figs this season!

Happy gardening!