A French variety, this hardy fig has green to yellowish brown skinned fruit with
a touch of violet. The flesh is amber to red. The foliage is dramatic with very large
leaves. Legend has it that this is the fig Adam used to protect his modesty: hence
the very large leaves! Can be eaten straight from the tree, dried, used in baking
or simply made into a tasty jam.
Plant in fertile soil, with a south facing aspect, can be grown as a tree, bush,
standard or espalier on a wall in full sun.