Seattle Garden Shop

Welcome to the Seattle Garden & Fruit Shop!


Plants for Sale:

1 Gallons:
Martin's Unk - $25
Vasilika Sika - $25 - Sold out
Santa Fe Unk - $25
Violetta - $25
Jin Ao Fen - $25
Brandon St Unk - $25
Negronne - $15
Desert King - $15
Brunswick - $15
Gillette - $20 - Sold out
Petite Negra - $15

Unknowns - $10

3 gallon LSU purple Sale - $25

Florea Fig on Ebay - Sold out

Negronne 2 gallon pot - SOLD



Currently NO Cuttings available

Gene's Vashon - 
This is a hidden gem that grows in our climate in Seattle. The brebas have such an incredible color and shape. The taste is truly a figgy flavor. It doesn't taste like a berry or honey etc. Somewhat harder to root than others. This is a very productive fig when it gets going and will be absolutely loaded with figs in it's 3rd-4th year.
2 crops


Gillette - 
These are edible male figs. When perfectly ripe it reminds me of eating an almond joy. The seeds have a unique nutty crunch and the fluffy pulp picks up hints of honey and mild coconut. Another good candidate for outdoors here in Seattle. Super productive in it's 3rd year. 2 crops



Dessert King - 
The king of figs in the Seattle area. DKs are a large fig that is a heavy producer of tasty brebas. One tree will last a lifetime and you will fall in love with this fig tree. A ripened DK will spread like jam on your toast. A must have in Seattle. No outside protection needed. 2 crops. Only the first crop will ripen. 


Neverella (Obsorne Prolific) - 
This is another classic fig for Seattle.  Best to let these ripen fully to get optimal sugars and sweetness. A biteful of perfectly ripened Osborn Prolific is like eating a fluffy cloud of honey. So good.  Does not need protection in Seattle 
1 Crop


Brandon St. Unknown - 
This fig is very good, it ripens in July and September here. It's a green fig that ripens into a purplish brown color. When perfectly ripe you can drink the pulp with a straw. The flavors are very strong. The taste is berry like with a whiny after taste. It does not need protection in Seattle
2 Crops


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Shipping Details:
up to 6 cuttings - $3.95

Plant shipment is $17.50 for priority

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9 comments:

  1. Hey just got my order of fig pops and they all seem to be doing well. Desert King seems to be the most far along I think almost ready to up pot already, followed by Gillette and far behind is the Neverella Thanks!! Just had one question. when I up pot should I put a plastic bag over the leaves to keep the humidity up?

    Sam

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  2. That's great I picked out the ones that had the most roots for you. Yes when you up pot use pre moistened soil instead of flooding it with a hose. And technically you do not have to cover the up potted plant with a bag since the leaves will have acclimated if you open the top to let air in.

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  3. Thanks for the quality picks Ben! Appreciate the quick reply and all the info you have on your blog and youtube channel. Really helping this newbie out!

    Sam

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  4. Is Brandon st unknown still available and where do I order if so?

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  5. I just received my 2 figs from Ben B. and was very pleased with plants, shipping and advice.

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  6. I just ordered 2 figs from Ben B. and was very happy with the plants, shipping and advice.

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  7. Ordered four figs in May. Already up potted Desert King and Gillette in two gallon pots and doing very well. Vashon Violet is ready to find a new home. Neverella is far behind but still looking good. Thanks, Ben!

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  8. Bought 3 fig pops from you in May, just about 6 weeks ago.
    I could already see some root development when they arrived.
    Two Neveralla, and one Gillette. They are now in 1 gallon and growing outside. One of the Neveralla really grew, it looks like a small plant. Good job gathering the cuttings, and thank you!

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