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  • Ham Rham

    I know this doesn’t look much like the other Ham Rham photos and videos that have been posted, but I think this is correct. I have two trees and both are producing similar figs.

    It is a large fig with a pretty large eye. The skin can be quite dark when fully ripe but is brown or green/yellow when it doesn’t get a lot of sun.

    If anyone thinks this is not Ham Rham, it would be great to get your feedback. I did find a photo on a European Facebook group with a photo that looked very similar to the brown/green colored pics of the fig.

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    Sacramento, CA - zone 9b

  • #2
    That’s a pretty big boy. Wish I could help but every single one of my Ham Rham grafts failed this spring 😿
    CJ in Memphis 7b/8a….tight eyes, nonsplitters...Pons figs, French figs, Mario figs & tasty Cali seedlings!


    • SubmarinePete
      SubmarinePete commented
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      That’s too bad. I’m hoping someone else will have photos of these figs.