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  • Black Tuscan (Olya)

    Didn't appreciate the name appropriation but it turned into a pretty good fig.

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    Paul Robert,Simi Valley,Ca. 9b

  • #2
    Gah...you west coast people....lol

    Making me hungry with all these awesome pics.
    Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

    Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!

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    • #3
      This is a common fig. My young tree set fruit last year, but was too late and the figs ripened up in late November. No flavor or sweetness, but they were ripe. This year, the figs are set and in the stagnant stage. They should start ripening in a couple of weeks.
      Bill
      New Madrid, Mo. Z7

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      We all bleed fig-honey!

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      • tyro
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        It'll be interesting to see what it looks and tastes like uncaprified.

    • #4
      I have one of these in transit let’s see how it works out for me.
      Zone 6B WL- To heck with it, I just want 'em all

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