Yellow Long Neck is a variety of figs that is characterized by its elongated, pear-shaped fruit. The figs are medium to large in size, with a smooth, yellow-green skin that is sometimes tinged with brown. The flesh of the fig is sweet and juicy, with a bright, honey-like flavor. The figs are good eaten fresh, and also be used for jams, preserves, and baked goods.
Yellow Long Neck fig trees are vigorous growers, with a spreading habit and large, dark green leaves. The trees are self-pollinating, meaning that they do not require a separate pollinator to produce fruit. They are also known for their high producer fruits
Yellow Long Neck figs are generally grown in warm climates, as they are sensitive to frost and cold temperatures. In zone 7 in containers they prefer well-draining soil and regular watering. With proper care and attention, Yellow Long Neck fig trees can provide a bountiful harvest of delicious, sweet fruit.