A family heirloom brought from Italy.
Edible Fruit, Sauce
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Zone6-9SunFull SunHeight8 feetSpread4 feetLife CyclePerennialGrowth HabitBushFood UseEdible Fruit, SauceGenusFicusOrnamental UseBorders
Fig, Letizia is rated out of 5 by 4.Rated 5 out of 5 by Seedaholic from Loaded with Fruit This has been a super plant on my patio. Great foliage, small shrub, no special needs. Second year I have these here in PA, in pots on my patio. I bring them inside my garage over the winter, but they just come back and reward me with delicious fruit.Started eating figs in late July. Fruit ripens one at the time so you need to pay attention. My little daughter loves to play fruit hunt.Date published: 2015-08-08Rated 5 out of 5 by marsh from Robust plants I just received and planted two of these figs. Within a week they have grown quite a bit and seem to love their half wine barrel pots. I have never had a mail order plant this healthy and robust from the start. I am really looking forward to watching these mature and bear fruit.Date published: 2015-04-22Rated 5 out of 5 by WannabeaFarm from Very pleased, ordering more in the spring We planted two of these trees in Central KY last spring. They transplanted well and I was even rewarded with 5 mature figs from them the first year. They are securely winterized right now and I'm looking forward to what the future brings. We are buying more of these in the spring.Date published: 2014-12-30Rated 5 out of 5 by chuckell from letiza italian fig tree a very good tree .grows fast . mine produced nice med sized figs in the first year for me ,actually within a few months after i received it. i pinched the figs off .because it's supposed to be the thing to do when the tree has it's first figs.gives the tree a better growth rate. so next year i should have figs to try from it .i really think this is my favorite tree out of my collection .i have 10 varieties and this is by far my favorite of them all.Date published: 2014-12-19