Friday, October 18, 2019

2-for-1 Cuttings

Clarification:  the 2-for-1 cuttings sale is running for just the next 2 weeks, through the end of October (not through the end of November)

Click here to see the current list of available cuttings.  (100+ new varieties will be added in 2 weeks)

Thursday, October 17, 2019

2-for-1 Sale on Fig Cuttings

2-for-1 Sale on Fig Cuttings
Now through the end of October

For the next two weeks, receive double of everything that you order from our current listings!

The bonus cuttings are not transferable (i.e. you can't order 1 cutting of Beall and receive 1 cutting of Beall plus one cutting of a different variety).

Tell us how many cuttings you're wanting to pay for, not how many you're wanting to receive; we'll do the doubling on our end.  So for example, if you want to receive 2 cuttings of Beall and 4 cuttings of Figo Preto, you would email the following to us at, with "Order" in the subject header:
Jane Doe
111 Fig Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA  90210   
Cuttings Order: 
Beall - 1
Figo Preto - 2

When processing that hypothetical order, we would double everything and send 2 cuttings of Beall and 4 cuttings of Figo Preto.

This is still just the 1st half of our cuttings sale.  We still have another 100+ varieties to add to the listings!  We will add the other half of our varieties on approximately November 1st.

Monday, October 7, 2019

25% off all available fig cuttings

25% discount on all available fig cuttings

First frost is coming soon, and that means we're getting ready to mass prune all of our outdoor in-ground varieties.  We'd like to get the bulk of those cuttings out of the way as quickly as possible over the next 2-3 weeks, so we're offering a 25% discount to help them sell out fast. 

The 25% discount applies to all of the varieties that are currently available; you can see the list on our 2019 Fig Cuttings For Sale page

We want those cuttings out of the way soon because we'll start pruning an additional ~100 potted/greenhouse varieties in 2-3 weeks (we grow around 240 varieties in total). 

Everything will go back to regular price when the additional varieties are listed 2-3 weeks from now, so take advantage of the 25% discount while it lasts!

Saturday, August 24, 2019

2019 Fig Cuttings Sale has Begun!

Cuttings season is here! 

Half of our fig varieties are ready for pruning; you can browse through the current availability list on our 2019 Fig Cuttings page and place your orders now.

The other half of our fig varieties need a bit more time and will be listed in about 6 weeks.

All cuttings will be freshly pruned and shipped right away via USPS Priority Mail.  The cuttings will be ideal for rooting: around 6-8" long, 1/4"-3/4" thick, and mostly or entirely lignified. 

Sunday, June 30, 2019

July Fig Tree Sale

(shipping $50 per box, up to 2 trees per box)

(shipping $40 per box, up to 2 trees per box)

(shipping $20 per box, up to 6 trees per box)

The availability lists on each page were recently updated, but are always in flux and can change from day to day.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Tree Sale Update

Just a couple of notes:

We can now fit four 3gal trees per box, so if you want to make the most of your shipping dollars, order four 3gal trees at a time (or a multiple of four).  We'll still ship the 16oz trees up to 6 per box, and the 7gal trees will still ship up to 3 per box.  Only the 3gal box capacities changed.  All shipping prices remain the same.

We've sold out of some varieties in each of the sizes (16oz, 3gal, 7gal), and have been updating the availability lists along the way.  The lists for all 3 sizes were just updated tonight.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

April Sale -- All 16oz fig trees $10/each

-- April Sale --
All 16oz fig trees $10 each

We can only ship these 3-gallon trees within the central and eastern continental USA.  We cannot ship them to the western 1/3 of the USA (California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Montana) due to quarantine restrictions in those states regarding Japanese Beetles. Those states require us to bareroot the trees, which is a time-consuming process that isn't practical for us.  Here is a map that shows which states we can ship these trees to (we can only ship to yellow and green states):