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  • Brooklyn White breba

    I normal don't grow my figs for breba because of storage reasons. My Brooklyn White has produced a few breba this year and breba is always a treat in a short season.

    Nothing fancy just a refreshing figgy taste with some seed crunch and a good size at 85g.

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    Tony, Toronto Canada USDA was 4B now 5B
    Wishlist: Rigato Del Salento PB,
    San Biago.

  • #2
    Awesome color...have a few rooted cuttings.
    May put one in the ground depending on how much it grows before dormancy.
    Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

    Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!


    • tinyfish
      tinyfish commented
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      It did have a nice rich colour this year.

    • 2AngelsMushrooms
      2AngelsMushrooms commented
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      Kevin, I am considering that too. This is such a great fig. One of my favs. Said to be fairly cold tolerant, so it's on the short list to go inground.

    • Ktrain
      Ktrain commented
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      Yep, I have a spot picked out where I can put 5 trees in a line behind my garage.
      1 is my test tree already in..(BT) seeing how it would do in this clay.
      But my BW is so far from being able to go in ground....we'll see.

  • #3
    This is one of my favorite figs.... great breba even with heavy rain.
    Let a little water be brought, and then you may all wash your feet and rest under this tree.


    • Ktrain
      Ktrain commented
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      That's good to know....thank you.