|Mademoiselle de deux Saisons
|An excellent, yellow-redish , juicy fig. Good for colder climate (-13°c). Earlier type with some brebas.
|Also known as Brunswick. Magnolia or Brunswick produces a good crop of medium to large bronze to purple figs with good quality pink to amber flesh with tiny seeds and open eye. The fruit ripens over a long season. Magnolia is considered a good choice for the drier portions of the South and Southwestern US.
|A classic dark fig, with a classic fig flavor. Nearly black when ripe with a pink interior. Mid season ripening and moderately productive.
|Marseille Fig was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson's. It produces small to medium sized figs which ripen to yellow or greenish yellow and have a sweet, rich amber flesh. The fruit may be eaten fresh, dried, or preserved. A popular west coast variety as well as in the southeastern US.
|Martineca De Cartagena
|A large elongated greenish yellow, very sweet fig. Early in season.
|An outstanding seedless white fig with very sweet and excellent flavor. Rated high quality. It's size is from medium to large.
|An excellent purplish black fig with early season and 2 crops.
|Imagine Celeste on steroids as Mega Celeste produces medium to large figs with a flavor nearly as rich and sweet as its namesake. The large pear shaped to turbinate figs have a dark violet skin with white flesh and a dark purplish-red pulp. The eye is small but open and the figs are resistant to spoiling and splitting. Mega Celeste is known to produce a breba crop. This is a likely, but as of yet unconfirmed, unofficial LSU release from Dr. O'Rourke's breeding program.
|A rich flavor, super qality, reddish brown large fig from Italy. Its tree is very vigorous. the breba first crop is huge. It ripens early. Good pot plant.
|A very sweet and tender white fig with 2 crops and an early season.
|An excellent, medium to large, green-redish fig. Two crops.
|A medium to large, greenish white fig with very good honey flavor.