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  • Is This a Lattarula Fig Tree ????

    I was able to grow some Lattarula cuttings this summer that where given to me from a generous person but I'm not sure if they're actually Lattarula.

    Are they ????

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    Toronto, Canada USDA Zone 5. Wish List: Azores Dark, Malta Black, Sucrette, LSU Hollier and Violet Sepor. I'm always interested in trading cuttings if your in the Southern Ontario area. Thank You!

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    If its not a Lattarula then what the heck am I growing????
    Toronto, Canada USDA Zone 5. Wish List: Azores Dark, Malta Black, Sucrette, LSU Hollier and Violet Sepor. I'm always interested in trading cuttings if your in the Southern Ontario area. Thank You!

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    • Joshawa
      Joshawa commented
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      I think it’s disguised cucumber

  • #3
    That def. does not look like mine, not really sure what it would be though.
    Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

    Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!

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    • #4
      The leaves on my Lattarrula are not so long fingered as yours and the figs are more rounded then elongated.
      The leaves kinda look like the Stella and Dalmatie leaves. I guess you will have a better idea when the figs ripen.
      Almaguin Highlands, Canada. Zone 4a/3b. WL: Ronde de Bordeaux, Florea, Hollier, Dauphine, Gisotta nero, Verdolino, Malta Black, Violet Sepor .Any early finishers would help, just starting out, not picky. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication~Da Vinci

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      • jrdewhirst
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        I agree exactly with this on both counts. But I can't rule out Brunswick (see below). Definitely not Lattarula.
        Last edited by jrdewhirst; 08-16-2021, 08:58 AM.

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      definitely not lattarulla i got mine from Adriano looks like niagara black also a keeper for us in the north country

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      • alawren8
        alawren8 commented
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        Bravo_Figaro, not sure if this was me (I think I only had one cutting though and you mention plural). But it does not look like my lattarula either, it does look like my Niagara Black.

      • Bravo_Figaro
        Bravo_Figaro commented
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        lol.. I can't remember if it was from you or not. I had someone else give me cuttings as well. If it was from you its a "Niagra Black"?

      • alawren8
        alawren8 commented
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        I thought I was pretty careful in labelling and separating cuttings. I only had one latarulla cutting I think. I'm not even sure that I had a cutting of Niagara Black. But I do have that tree; of others people are saying I also have a Dalmatie, but again unsure if I had a cutting as it was new.

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      The leaves and the fruit look like Stella or Dalmatia,
      what ever it is it looks great
      Wallingford,Ct. zone 6b

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      • #7
        It is not Lattarula. Stella is a possibility.
        Princeton, New Jersey, 6B
        flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/red-sun/albums
        My FigBid: https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Browse?Seller=RedSun

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        • #8
          Could be brunswick. I recently dealt with a mislabel that turned out to be Brunswick, here’s what it looks like.
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          Eric - Seattle / Sunset Zone 5 - W/L: Granato - Now offering fig-pops, my rooting mix, and gritty potting mix! https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Brows...er=pacnorwreck

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          • Bravo_Figaro
            Bravo_Figaro commented
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            wow. That looks like a match. It's very possible! Thank you!

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          Here is my lattarula leaf.
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          Eric - Seattle / Sunset Zone 5 - W/L: Granato - Now offering fig-pops, my rooting mix, and gritty potting mix! https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Brows...er=pacnorwreck

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          • #10
            Looks very similar to a Dalmatie
            Joe - Rhode Island Zone 7a

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            • #11
              It does indeed looks like my Brunswick.
              Livingston NJ, zone 6b.

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              • #12
                Could be Pellegrino, Longue D'Aout and there is a third (edit Nordland*) that gets mixed into the group mentioned on figvarieties and probably on some other sites
                Dallas County Texas
                "A Hot Summer zone 8"
                "Let them eat Figs"

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                • #13
                  Originally posted by Bravo_Figaro View Post
                  I was able to grow some Lattarula cuttings this summer that where given to me from a generous person but I'm not sure if they're actually Lattarula.

                  Are they ????

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                  Dalmatie

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                  • #14
                    I'm going with brunswick
                    Actively seeking any and all varieties
                    #Sharing is caring
                    Courtenay, BC 🇨🇦 zone 8a

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                    • #15
                      You'll know when it's close to maturing if it splits and sours after a good rain. I think I have 3 of them. One is a 4 y/o tree and 2 are unk cuttings.
                      8A GA Wishlist: Black Socorro,Ponte Tresa,Stella,White Adriatic #1, Cavaliere, Colonel Littman's Black Cross, heirloom figs that have been passed down from generation to generation

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