Ficus carica 'Variegata' - Variegated Fig Tree, Panaché
The fig variety 'Variegata' is a rarity with yellow-green striped fruit and green foliage. Slow growing and small in size.
The new fig variety 'Variegata', also known as 'Panaché', delights with its fruits, which are yellow-green striped and just as delicious as other fig varieties. The foliage is green and has no pattern. The new variety is slow growing and mostly sets its medium-sized to small fruits in June/July, which ripen by late fall.
Quality: attractively striped fruit even on very young plants; fruit set without pollination; attractive plants with hand-shaped & aromatic leaves; easy to overwinter
Use: from April in containers on balcony & terrace or in the garden; planted out in the garden; year-round in an unheated conservatory
- Edible fruits
- winter temperature
- 5 (+/- 5) °C
- Minimum temperature
- -15 °C
- Hardiness Zones
- 3 - 4 m
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