Ficus caria 'Magnolia'
exotic looking tree narrow lobed leaves similar in flavor to the brown turkey, but larger fruit fruit is fat necked, light burgandy brown flesh is dark amber juicy with a light maple flavor good landscape potential; less coarse foliage than most.
In the south the magnolia resists late summer rust and keeps nice looking foliage
Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Farm & Nursery in Farmer, North Carolina (336) 857-2131
|Category||Fruits, Nuts, Berries|
|Primary Foliage Color||Green|
|Seasonal Foliage Color||Dormant in Winter|
Brown-copper skin, red-burgundy flesh
|Sun Preferences||Afternoon Sun|
|Water Preferences||Average: Ensure the planting area is prepared for good drainage. Poor drainage areas may result in 'root rot'.|
|Cold Hardiness Zone||7-11|