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    Wow it’s been a while. There’s this one Random fig tree I found last year walking in Southern California. I’ve been keeping an eye on it this year and it’s starting to ripen. I noticed it doesn’t have any breba.

    Any idea of what type it may be? Pictures are below. I just know that it’s a purpleish green very large fruit and it tastes delicious.

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      • #4
        Looks delicious 😋 I have no idea what variety it is.
        Looking for De La Gloria.Your best teacher is your last mistake !

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        • #5
          Does it look like it’s planted on purpose? If not, it could be a wild volunteer seedling, and you could have discovered a new variety! If so, you should name it. it looks sort of like some of the middle eastern varieties ive seen like Shohami or Sbayi from Palestine or some Bursa from Turkey
          Last edited by Tongalahi; 08-06-2021, 09:52 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tongalahi View Post
            Does it look like it’s planted on purpose? If not, it could be a wild volunteer seedling, and you could have discovered a new variety! If so, you should name it. it looks sort of like some of the middle eastern varieties ive seen like Shohami from Palestine or some Bursa from Turkey
            Apparently it was planted about 7 years ago by someone who moved away shortly after. It just grows wild.

            I cleaned it up yesterday a bit and removed the bird ruined fruits and sprayed around the base with bifenthrin to get the ants under control.

            It doesn’t even seem to be watered regularly so I’m surprised it does well here when it doesn’t rain for months.


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            • #7
              Gosh, any ideas?

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              • #8
                So much for help!

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