Conadria produces large green, thin-skinned figs that ripen to light greenish yellow and droop when ripe. The flesh is white and the pulp can range from red to amber with a rich, sweet, and distinctive flavor. The large figs are good for fresh eating, drying, and preserves. The trees grow to average size and are considered to be long lived and are highly productive producing large crops. One of our favorites!
Considered by many experts to be the best of Dr. Ira Condit's hybrids. Conadria is a good choice in the Southeast and California. It is self-pollinating and is resistant to spoiling and splitting. The name Conadria is derived from one of the parent figs Adriatic and Condit. To learn more about the interesting history of this fig see its introductory article produced by Dr. Ira J. Condit and Robert M. Warner entitled 'Promising New Seedling Fig' in the 1956 issue of California Agriculture.
Grows To: 10'H x 12'W
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 7,8,9
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Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun
Soil pH Range: Mildy Acidic, Neutral
Soil Types & Moisture: Average moist, well-drained, moderately fertile soils.
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Deer Resistance: Rarely Bothered
Native To / Cultivar Origin: US-CA, Dr. Ira Condit, 1956
Please be advised that humans and/or animals may have allergic reactions if part(s) of this plant are consumed or by coming into contact with sap from bruised or broken plant parts: Sap - Skin & Eye Irritant
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Container Size: 4.5 inch / 20 fl.oz. / 591 ml
Cannot Ship To: AZ