Fruit trees for sale | Fig Trees.
Blackmoor Nursery is one of very few Nurseries in the UK offering gardeners the opportunity to buy Fig fruit plants direct from our Nursery.
3 Litre - A pot grown plant. These are one year old plants that are ideal to grown in any shape you wish.
5 Litre - Half Standard and has a clear stem on 90cm before and growth. Ideal for growing in a large pot or open ground with a lollipop shape. Not right for trying to grow as a Fan.
For best results plant into a pit or grow in a large container to restrict root growth.
Collection - If you would like to collect your trees then use this option. Note the collection is from the Wholesale Nursery office between Monday-Friday only. Please allow 1 working days for your order to be processed prior to collection date.
We are not a Garden Centre or retail Nursery. Orders can be placed via our website and the collection option can be selected at the checkout. Your order will then be ready for you to collect during our normal opening hours which are Monday-Friday 07.30-16.30. Our plants are grown in fields that can be 2 miles away from our office so it is not possible to just turn up and select your own trees.
Delivery Charges - The delivery charge is worked out from the weight and the size of the plant. We have several rates that apply to UK mainland addresses. A delivery charge of £8.50 is for all single tree orders. £10.00 if more than one tree except in the case of the Espalier and Fan trained trees where this charge is a maximum of £40.00. The lower postal rates range from £2.80 - £5.70, will be applied to smaller orders of the lighter plants like currants, raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries, asparagus and strawberries although larger orders will go into the £10.00 rate. Once you have put together your order the delivery charge will show before payment. All orders are despatched in one delivery.
To take advantage of a promotional code or gift voucher this must be entered into the redeem code box at the checkout. Discounts cannot be given once an order is completed and any codes have not been used.
Brown Turkey (AGM)
Fig Trees | Award of Garden Merit | Genus Ficus carica | Brown Turkey Fig Plants For Sale | Buy Online
Fig Brown Turkey plants for sale - Brown Turkey is a delicious fig to eat and a very prolific cropper. A hardy variety for outdoors but also good under glass. Brown Turkey has red flesh has a rich and sweet flavour. For best results plant into a pit to restrict root growth. Pick Brown Turkey Figs in August to September. A Self fertile Fig so no need for another variety. Brown Turkey received the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society.
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14 Sep 19 | Susee
This year was great for our figs. Had a very big harvest. Very sweet and juicy when left to ripen in the tree. This is the third year for my fig tree. Many thanks to Blackmoor for giving such an amazing quality plant. Last year I lost all my figs to squirrels and birds. But this year I had netted them and wrapped the sides with mesh cloth. I haven’t lost a single fruit this year. Thanks again to Blackmoor and I strongly recommend any trees and plants from them.
30 Jun 19 | D. Jones
I ordered a year old Brown Turkey as a birthday present. It arrived beautifully packed and glowing with health - my friend is thrilled with it! A special thanks to your team as I left ordering to the last minute. I put a note on the form explaining my shortcoming. Much to my surprise it arrived within 48 hours - fabulous service Blackmoor, I couldn't have asked for better.
18 Feb 19 | B Cooper
This arrived as a one stem little specimen in the winter of 2017. It has grown and branches rather significantly last year, had bore a couple of figlets. They didn’t make it as I think the summer of 2018 was too dry and long working hours means we haven’t paid too much attention to it. The plant grew strongly regardless. We are planning it in a bigger wooden tub this week and are connecting it to a self-irrigating system, we could see some little buds already and hoping for a few nice figs this year!
25 Oct 18 | Tony Peck
Thank you both fig trees arrived safely very well packed, actually took some time to unwrap. Both plants in excellent condition one already had five small fruits on it. Very well pleased thank you again.
5 Aug 18 | Rob Cassar
The plant is not cheap. I planted it in open ground. The soil is predominantly clay but a large hole was prepared and rotted manure and compost was mixed in before planting. We had a very wet long spring. The plant never even started. to shoot.
11 Sep 17 | Zabeena Pandian
Quite small but healthy
19 Dec 16 | Cat
Lovely tree with a few little figs on already. Look forward to the harvest the year after next.
29 Aug 16 | Dave
I bought a 10L Brown Turkey Standard in July 2014. Beautiful thing, though obviously no fruit that year. It’s in a large pot on a sun-trap patio in Suffolk and this year has produced more than 50 fat and luscious figs! Most rewarding thing I've ever grown! Thanks Blackmoor
17 Aug 16 | stuart
Nice fig tree, very well packed and arrived in record time, Thanks.
9 Aug 16 | Annette
I have been growing this successfully in a pot on the patio for two years, now. It has fruited both years, and the fruit is delicious.
3 May 16 | Douglas Lowe
I bought Brown Turkey some years ago. Now it is 10 feet high on an East facing wall of our house in Stockport. Not only has it survived some bad Winters but it seems to enjoy its location and produces a quantity of figs every year. Last year (2015) the crop was big enough to make 10 jars of delicious fig and mango jam. this is a winner
13 Apr 16 | Ali Croucher
Lovely quality. Arrived really well packaged too.
19 Dec 15 | GB
This was my first order. Delivery took some time but worth waited. very healthy looking plant. Good packaging.
6 Dec 15 | JH
Great service, well packaged and wonderful quality of fig plant. Cannot wait until next year for my first fig crop! Thank you.
21 Oct 15 | Shahid Mohammed
I ordered two 10l Brown Turkey Fig trees which arrived today after putting in the order three days ago. The fig trees are just fantastic, really healthy and well pruned with a number of side branches. The packaging of the trees was outstanding, no damage at all. I will definitely be buying more fruit trees from Blackmoor. The trees, packaging and speed of delivery are all amazing.
14 Sep 15 | Simon
As always from Blackmoor's, a very healthy tree (complete with a few figs). I have not grown figs before, so I look forward to seeing this one develop. They also included a leaflet on planting, which is a useful reminder that figs need to have their root growth restricted.
10 Sep 15 | Kay
Fast delivery and a fabulous, very healthy looking tree. Easy to follow instructions on planting - can't wait to get (hopefully) fruits net year! Great, helpful chat too!
1 Jan 15 | Ali canak
Excellent healthy tree delivered speedily and very well packaged. Superb service as usual.
13 Dec 14 | Claire
Brilliant tree. Have had in excess of 20 figs from it per year over the last two years, even though it is outside in North Yorkshire all year round (in a fig pit beside a sunny fence). No bother to grow and the birds, so far, have ignored it. Fig flavour is superior to anything I have ever bought in a shop in the uk.
7 Nov 14 | Jenay Monds
Ordered a 3 litre tree and it looks healthy. Looking forward to eating the figs.
15 Aug 14 | Simon Messenger
I ordered one of these as a gift a couple of days ago and have been really pleased with the service. After choosing standard delivery initially, I called customer services to ask if it could be expedited, which they were happy to do at no extra cost. The plant arrived on the chosen day and by all accounts is a healthy looking specimen. Highly recommend this product and company.
28 Apr 14 | Brian
Purchased a 3 litre plant back in 2007. Just thought I would leave some feedback. It started to fruit the year after I planted in and has produced a great crop of fantastic Figs every year since. Great variety
24 Apr 14 | Debi
Received my standard Brown Turkey, absoloutly fantastic condition. Sat in the conservatory enjoying the sunshine, you can practically see the leaves unfurling. Had a real battle with the packaging but that's a compliment as it was so well wrapped up took me ages to get it out. Thanks again Blackmoor. Mmm what next.!!
21 Oct 13 | J Haddon
Very healthy plant delivered and established well in a pot in our conservatory. Already baby figs appearing ...so next year....look forward to fresh figs. Thanks for the excellent quality plant and great service!
18 Mar 13 | Russell Ebers
Thanks for another batch of plants received in perfect condition wish other suppliers could follow your example and make professional gardeners lives a bit easier Thanks Russell
Brown Turkey Fig Growing Tips.
How to grow a Fig Brown Turkey in my garden -
Figs need warmth and sun and so are best grown as fan-trained trees against south or south-west facing walls or fences. In very favourable areas they can be grown as freestanding bush trees. Therefore choose a well-sheltered spot, which is exposed to the sun and plant 4-5 m (12-15 ft) apart. If grown against a wall it should be planted approximately 25cm (10in) away from the wall to avoid it being in a rain shadow.
The traditional method of planting is to construct a fig pit measuring 60 cm x 60 cm x 60 cm (2 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft). This can be constructed of 60cm x 60cm (2ft x 2ft) square paving slabs or something similar which are set into the ground with the rim about 2.5cm (1in) above ground level. The base of the pit should be packed with brick rubble or broken tiles to a depth of approximately 22cm (9in) to provide drainage and to prevent the roots escaping.
The pit should be filled with a loam based potting compost such as John Innes No 3. Alternatively a pot of 35-45cm (14-18in) diameter can be used and plunged into the ground – provided it has adequate drainage holes. Crock it well and again use a loam based potting compost such as John Innes No 3. Repotting of pot grown figs will be necessary every 2-3 years – do this in late winter.