We sell fresh figs at farmers markets in season. Also jams, pastes, chutneys, relishes through the year: Sustainable, natural, local, artisanal.
We grow figs naturally in central west NSW, without the use of herbicides/ pesticides. Hot summers provide perfect conditions for figs. Our orchard of 350 trees includes a range of varieties including black genoa, brown turkish, and white adriatic. We enjoy 2 harvests/year; first in mid-December when our smaller 'breba' crop matures on last season's wood. The 2nd or main crop on new wood is from mid January through Figuary and March, sometimes extending into April, depending on the season. Figs are harvested in the cool evening, then brought fresh the next day to market.
We make a range of value added fig products, including jams and pastes, as well as other seasonal products (jams, chutneys, relish) made with fruit/vegetables grown on our farm, and in our region. Our products maximise fruit/veg/herb/spice flavours by reducing sugar content. They have no added gums or thickening agents, and most are gluten free.
Mudgee: Vinifera Wines, Robert Stein Vineyard & Winery, Market Street Café
Dubbo: Daily Scoop, Press Café
Wellington: Cactus Café & Gallery, Wellington Visitor Information Centre, Dubbo Visitor Information Centre.