The Ghost Hill White Fig is a unique and valuable fig due to its bearing of rare white fruit that turns light yellow when ripe, with amber-colored flesh, very different from the usual purple-skinned figs! Boasting a delicious sweetened-with-honey flavor, these large figs are juicy, lush, and perfect for eating ripe straight from the tree. Also notable for its compact form that lends itself particularly well to urban areas, this fig tree grows no more than 15 feet tall, as well as being more slender than most other varieties. It normally carries two full crops – a breba crop in May or June, and a main crop in September and October, so you have an abundance of figs for months at a time!
- Delicious figs with glowing yellow skin and honey-colored flesh
- Compact form perfect for urban landscapes
- Two crops every year
- Excellent flavor
- Good choice for areas with hot, dry summers