This scandiavian selection is resistant to cold weather and easily produces numerous figs in the summer, even in cold regions, in a sun exposed and sheltered zone.
Fruit twice a year (biferous). Rustic variety, a 'must' for gardens. Figs are sweet, tender and perfumed. Vigorous, fast growing and very fertile.
Excellent fruit (to be eaten fresh) appearing twice a year (Biferous). In summer, they weigh between 80-100g and 70-80g in autumn, are a pear shape with yellowy-green skin.
Two productions a year (biferous). Intersting little tree for small gardens and containers. Synonym : 'Goutte d'Or de Carpentras'. Excellent sweet figs in summer and autumn.
Distributed and named by Minier in 2001, in tribute to the gardener who cultivated it. Very vigorous plant. Excellent yellowy-green skinned, red fleshed fruit.
Fruit appearing twice a year (Biferous). Characteristic, erect form. A good variety, cultivated a lot in the Loire valley. Well adapted to Paris and its region, as well as the East of France.
Fruit appears twice a year, first in July, then in autumn (Biferous). The numerous figs appearing in autumn are smaller and can be dehydrated.
Produces flower-figs in July and in September-October (Biferous). The fruit appearing in autumn, contrary to the random summer figs, is proliferous, with a sweet rich taste, weighing about 50g.
This plant will create a surprise in gardens, attracting attention to the original variegated figs, from mid-August to mid-September.
A moderately small tree, interesting for small gardens. A good production of figs once a year (uniferous). From August to October, attractive and very sweet figs of 60 to 70g.
Vigorous, fertile with fruit appearing early in the season. San Pedro type (biferous). Profusion of large and attractive figs in July of 100-120g.
Fruit twice a year (biferous). A juicy and sweet flesh. Early fig-flowers in July, of a large size with pink flesh.
A small fig tree, perfect for small gardens, terraces, bordering flowerbeds and in conatainers. Rustic. An original and decorative variety, due to the well cut leaves and a compact bushy form.
This small Fig Tree with short internodes is an improvement of the 'Negronne' variety (Synonym : 'Violette de Bordeaux').
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Catalogue Minier Solutions Pro 2019 - 2020
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