Bryant Dark is a dark variety found in NYC. It is very winter resistant and productive. A typical Mt. Etna fig with above average production. The tree produces large numbers of breba which ripen in mid-to-late July. The main crop starts ripening in August and continues until fall. The small-to-medium-sized figs are usually dark burgundy. The flesh is amber with strawberry-colored pulp when fully ripe. The figs cling on the tree and have to be “picked” individually; very few fall to the ground. They are sweet with a rich raspberry flavor and mild seed crunch.