In-Ground Recommended Fig for Seattle, WA
It's the end of September, some of the leaves of my fig are turning yellow and some have completely dropped all their leaves. We still have until early November when our first frost date comes. Some have gone dormant earlier than others. I just let my trees do its thing, I don't plan to take any of my trees inside my greenhouse. They will remain potted and outdoors.
This is will be my fourth winter, I'm still waiting for a couple of fig varieties to ripen but they are considered as late-ripening varieties for Seattle, WA. I used to refer to Pacific Northwest but now that I see a difference in Oregon ripening time compared to Seattle, WA we are not the same. We are not as warm as Oregon, so we are cooler in comparison. Even in parts of Washington State, some are warmer due to microclimate and other parts cooler. So i like to be more precise in the city so PNW folks don't get confused why a variety works well for Oregon or certain parts of Washington doesn't work well for them even when they are in Washington State.
Desert King Fig
Italian Honey aka Latturala aka White Marseilles Fig
Granthams's Royal Fig
*The birds ate it before I could, photos pending until next summer
Florea- very early and hardy and productive
Salem Dark Fig - very early and productive
Dark Portuguese Fig- late ripening (September) but productive
Black Jack Fig - very large fruits and juicy
CA Brown Turkey Fig very large figs and juicy
*CA strain is different than these other Brown Turkey's such as Vern's Brown Turkey, the common Brown Turkey based on other locals who have difficulty ripening in-ground in our area I can't recommend other strains of Brown Turkey.
LSU Champagne: main crop August
Kadota: Main Crop September
UCD Black Ischia: Breba and Main Crop