Violette de Solliès

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Violette de Solliès

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This is a purple fig that is widely grown in the Solliès region in the south of France.

The variety is recognized with an AOP (appellation d'origine protégée) or a "protected designation of origin" under the name "Figue de Solliès". Products labeled "Figues de Solliès" must come from the Solliès region of France much like "Champagne" and "Bordeaux" wine must come from the Champagne or the Bordeaux regions.

Our Violette de Solliès  fig trees grow rapidly for us in our 20 gallon nursery containers. The leaves can be as big as dinner plates. 

These figs are large, flat, long stemmed, firm, sweet and juicy. We can taste  a lot of berry and cherry flavors. They are purple on the outside and pink to red on the inside. Mari and I really like these. We start getting ripe figs in mid-September and they will continue until the end of the season. This is an excellent fig Mari and I look forward to every year.

Produces one crop of large figs.

Other names : Bourjassotte noire, Barnissote noire, Parisienne

Origin: Baud

We will have 5 gal size available late Late Summer 2018

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