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  • 505-H Unk Main 2021

    This is a little bag of condensed jelly!! Super soft skin and dense jammy pulp. Very rich berry on this one.

    They are small figs, at least from my young tree, but these are excellent quality. Here’s pics from 3 figs picked at different levels of ripeness. They’re all good but the ones that are left longer are just amazing.

    Fig Gazer You found a WINNER!!
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    Eric - Santa Barbara, CA Zone 10a

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    Looks really good... Those failed cuttings hurt more
    Dallas,TX - Zone 8a - Follow me @thefarmingtales on Insta.
    WL - Angelito, El Sueno Yellow, Yellow Absheron, Fico Giallo, Tia Penya, Campaniere, Moro de Caneva, Cessac, Boysenberry Blush

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    • #3
      Nice!!! That’s awesome man. Congrats.
      Z8+ Oregon, willamette valley. WL: More land, cool citrus
      Ok fine, I made a channel but it’s not all figs: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC2vAVzLns27I5JUiwpiPMUw

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      • #4
        Mmm. Jammy
        Zone 5 Omaha. Wishing for in ground cold hardy figs.

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        • #5
          Looks great. Is anyone growing this further north? Small figs with a ripe main crop in late July in California... Sounds like it could be a winner for shorter seasons too.
          Seattle (zone 8b).

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          • Fig Gazer
            Fig Gazer commented
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            Think some growing in oregon ,contact me in jan willsend cuttings if bff legall then

          • Figwasp
            Figwasp commented
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            @FigGazer I will likely take you up on that. I'm writing down a note to remind myself.

        • #6
          Yes!! Happy they were as good for you as mine have been as well. I’ve had quite a few the past week ripen that are only marble sized, but still really tasty. Super excited to see how this one gets over the next few season.
          // Los Angeles (10b) //
          // Wish List - A real yard with space to grow //

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          • #7
            Looks really good!
            Tom V
            San DiegoCa

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            • #8
              Looking good!!!
              Round Rock, TX 8b
              WL: Delicious figs

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              • #9
                very interesting ! Have a bonzi style 505-H in a 10 gallon pot that is ripening marble size figs this week that are very good jamy berry and sweet AT the same time several large grafts have walnut size figs that are hard and green and a 9 footer in 25 gallon pot with green figs that fall in between in size . large grafts are on 7 year old brown turkey /black jack . some caprificatin lickly but not all .I love these figs ! LOTS OF YUMY coming .
                Zone 10a So. Calif. W.L. Super tasty new finds !

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                • #10
                  That looks superb! Great find!
                  ░░░SoCal░ ░ ͡ i ͡ ░ ░Zone░ ░9A░░░

                  W/L: La Joya, Ondata, Belvedere, Bebera Branca, Fico Giallo, Vernino, Asunta 5 Paco (DF)

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                  • #11
                    Superficially, reminds me of Figoin. None ripe on either of these two yet for me. This is an old “heritage” tree, right Fig Gazer ? That’s what the “H” means, right?
                    Mark -- living in the CA banana belt, growing bananas, figs, and most any fruit I can fit in my small, crowded yard.
                    Wish List: more free time

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                    • Evdurtschi
                      Evdurtschi commented
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                      The H doesn’t stand for Heritage.

                      The leaves are very different from Figoin, so far. This also has the soft paper thin skin of Pastiliere and a super soft syconium

                    • Fig Gazer
                      Fig Gazer commented
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                      venturabananas : Hi as the "Figtator said the H is code and does not stand for Heritage but it certainly is a Heritage tree .AND i have never seen another veriety just like it !!!!!!!!!!!!!! cheak out the stem /mule photos that Eric posted a week or so ago ,fruit from the mother tree on that day .
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