Also known as Violette de Bordeaux, the irresistible fruit of the Negronne fig tree has the sweetest, darkest red flesh of any fig, real or imagined. Spread a ripe Negronne fig on a piece of toast and you'll swear you're eating raspberry jam. Bears at an early age. Negronne leaves are a deep, rich green, narrower and more imbricated than other varieties. The tree is a natural dwarf, adapts easily to container culture, and can give you two crops of succulent figs a year. Adaptable to coastal and inland areas. Who could ask for anything more? As of June 2018, trees are well-established, about 3' tall, branching. Grown and shipped in 5 gal containers.