About This Plant

Ficus carica ‘Brown Turkey,’ commonly known as the Brown Turkey fig, is a deciduous fruit tree renowned for its sweet and flavourful figs. Originally from the Mediterranean region, it’s now cultivated in various parts of the world. This tree typically reaches heights of 10 to 30 feet (3 to 9 meters) and has large, lobed leaves.

The Story


The leaves of the Brown Turkey Fig tree are large, lobed, and deeply serrated. The foliage is a vibrant green colour, creating a visually appealing contrast with the figs that develop.


The Brown Turkey fig produces pear-shaped fruits with brownish-purple skin and sweet, pinkish flesh. These figs are often enjoyed fresh, dried, or used in a variety of culinary dishes and desserts.