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Violet de Bordeaux Dwarf, Fig Tree

Violet de Bordeaux Dwarf, Fig Tree

Regular price $79.95 USD
Regular price $99.95 USD Sale price $79.95 USD
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  • Exquisite Flavor: Renowned for its exceptional taste, the 'Violette de Bordeaux' fig tree yields an abundant harvest of small to medium-sized purple-black fruits. Delight your taste buds with their deep red strawberry pulp and an unparalleled, heavenly sweet and rich flavor.

  • Perfect for Containers: Ideal for limited space, this fig tree is a perfect fit for container gardening. You can easily cultivate this beauty on patios, balconies, or small gardens, adding a touch of elegance and deliciousness to your space.

  • Dwarf Marvel: With its dwarf habit, the 'Violette de Bordeaux' fig tree is a compact wonder. Despite its smaller stature, it produces an impressive yield of delectable figs, making it a delightful addition to any garden or landscape.

  • Distinctive Purple Fruit: Experience the visual delight of striking purple fruits gracing your garden. The unique color of the 'Violette de Bordeaux' figs adds a captivating element to your landscape while promising a remarkable taste sensation.

  • Manageable Size: Enjoy the benefits of a medium-sized tree that's easy to care for and maintain. The manageable size ensures that harvesting these delectable figs remains a convenient and enjoyable task.

  • Fast to Thrive: Our 'Violette de Bordeaux' fig trees, nurtured in 2-gallon containers, boast an average age of 6 months. This means you won't have to wait long to relish the rewards of your fig tree's delectable produce.

  • Thrives in Subtropical Climate: Cultivated with care in our Homestead, Florida plant nursery, these fig trees flourish in the embrace of our subtropical weather. Expect robust growth and bountiful harvests as the trees thrive in the unique climatic conditions.

  • Beloved Fig Variety: The 'Violette de Bordeaux' is a beloved and sought-after fig variety among gardening enthusiasts and fruit aficionados alike. Its popularity is a testament to its exceptional flavor and aesthetic appeal.

  • Bring the Mediterranean Home: Elevate your culinary experiences by growing your own 'Violette de Bordeaux' figs. Add a touch of the Mediterranean to your Florida home, and relish the satisfaction of plucking sun-ripened, luscious figs from your very own tree.

  • Limited Stock, Order Now: Due to its popularity and limited availability, we recommend securing your 'Violette de Bordeaux' fig tree today. Don't miss the chance to enjoy the finest flavors and ornamental beauty this remarkable tree has to offer.

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Eddie Janek Jr
Better than expected!

Ordered the Violette de Bordeaux and came right on time, well packaged and a beautifull and healthy fig tree arrived! Delighted with my purchase and Everglades Farm exceeded my expectations!

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Dan John

I do not review items, though your plnts are always superb.

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Angie
Violet de Bordeaux Fif

This is a pretty little tree, and very healthy.

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Hung Le

AAA+

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Lee Paterson
Failure to Ignite

I wanted the fig trees and even though Everglades was more expensive than other nurseries I believed they trees would be better quality. Then I found out that the price of the trees was cheap compared to the FedEx ground shipping cost. But I was in, so I paid it.
The trees were shipped. They leaving the nursery, they spent 4 days in Orlando- being shipped out and then returned. Probably trips to Disneyworld. After that they went to Tracy California where they were sent out for delivery. I wondered how they were going to do that since I live in Hawaii. Amphibious FedEx truck? They came back to Tracy as "undeliverable" They sat in Tracy for a few days and then, went to Arizona for the sun and the heat. Then to Texas for more sun and heat, and then to Memphis to visit all the other packages. Finally back home to Florida after an exciting tour of the continental USA. These trees are obviously worth a lot more money since they have received an invaluable experience traveling the USA. Too bad they never made it to Hawaii. I hope someone else sees they value and buys them so I can get my money back.