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Ficus Carica Olympian

  • Denny McGaughy

‘Olympian’ was discovered in Olympia, Washington, and bears fruit at an early age. It has an abundant, early, first crop of large purple fruits the size of tangerines. The flesh is dark & very sweet. ‘Olympian’ produces well in cool and costal climates, making it ideal for home gardens in those climate zones.
Best in full sun & well drained soil.
Relatively drought & wildlife resistant once established.
Pollinator friendly.

  • Common Name 'Olympian' Fig
  • Variety Olympian
  • Zone Zone 6
  • Mature Size 10'+H x 10'+W
  • Plant Type Fruits