LSU Tiger is eye-catching for a dark fig, relatively bright and slightly striped, sizable, productive, sugar-berry flavor. LSU Tiger, Ronde de Bordeaux, and the Mt Etnas are several of the most appealing and productive fig varieties for short seasons. They fill plates and people reach for them. LSU Tiger:
Tiger can almost look like a variegated fig when ripe, given its striations. A very good sugar-fruit flavor. Seems to hang well on the tree after coloring and can need to, to achieve its first-rate flavor. Tiger has top-notch flavor, good dark fig size, and good productivity. The ripe fruit striation seems particularly unusual and appealing. Many figs have slight striations but Tiger’s striations can be especially pronounced.