Olympian Fig


Olympian Fig (Ficus carica) offers a unique taste experience with its large, juicy fruits. This fig tree ensures a bountiful harvest of aromatic delights, making it a top choice for those seeking a garden treat.

2-3′ Bareroot

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Environmental Requirements

Cold Tolerance: USDA Zone 6-10
Soil pH: 6.0-6.5
Soil Type: Well-draining
Water Requirements: Moderate, deep watering
Sunlight Requirements: Full sun
Drought Tolerance: Moderate
Heat Tolerance: High
Chilling Hours: 100-200

Size and Spacing

Plant Size: 10-15′ tall, 15-20′ wide
Plant Spacing: 10-15′ apart
Growth Habit: Upright, bushy
Rootstock: Own Roots

Pollination and Flowering

Pollination Requirements: Self-pollinating
Pollination Mechanisms: Insects (fig wasp)
Bloom Time: June-July
Flower Color: Purple

Fruit Characteristics

Fruit Size: 2-3″
Fruit Flavor: Sweet, mild
Fruit Color and Appearance Purple, large
Harvest Time: August-September
Yield & Storage: High, store in a cool place
Years to Bear: 5-6

Disease and Pest Susceptibility

Fig Rust: Moderately Resistant
Anthracnose: Moderately Resistant
Endosepsis: Moderately Resistant
Leaf Blight: Moderately Resistant
Fig Mosaic Virus: Moderately Resistant
Fig Wasp: Moderately Resistant

Additional Plant Characteristics

Growth Habit: Upright, bushy
Foliage Color: Green
Fall Color: Yellow-green
Lifespan: 20-30 years

Additional Information

Toxicity: Non-toxic
Invasive Potential: Low
Native Range: Native to Pacific Northwest, USA
Nitrogen Fixing: No