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  • LSU Everbearing

    Looking for some information about LSU Everbearing. How should it grow, taste, look etc? How does it compare to other "everbearing" varieties?

  • #2
    I have this one growing in my fig orchard now,still a small plant ,but shows good potential........medium size yellow fig with closed eye.I obtained this fig from Durio Nursery,his father was one of the professor who work on the LSU Fig breeding program,this fig was propagate at LSU.
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    Chackbay LA Zone 9A


    • Bodulfr
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      Is Durio Nursery still open? I attempted to call them a couple of months ago and also sent an email, but did not receive a response.

  • #3
    Looking an update on LSU Everbearing to get additional info on size, flavor group and vigor. I am still collecting the figs said to be from the 1950s and early 1960’s LSU fig project. Cheers to Jeffrey Ortega for passing on an Everbearing to me. It is still alive, too.


    • #4
      Dalton and I emailed a few weeks ago. He didn't mention closing but really only has time for the Nursery on saturday.