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  • NOW I get it!

    This is only the third fig I've tasted from any of my trees, but WOW, what a difference. I'm sure the DTE and Florea will get better with age, but there really was no comparison to the White Madeira #1.

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    Salvatore - my students call me SC
    Zone 6a, SW Cleveland

  • #2
    Sweet!

    Still waiting on mine.
    Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

    Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!

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    • #3
      Haha, bingo! Great job, that looks fantastic!
      Joe, Central Bucks, PA Zone 6b/7a

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      • #4
        WM#1 is one of the best figs in existence. It's one of my Top 3. The caprified WM#1 I had last week was one of the best figs of my life.
        Zone 8A Southeast NC Coast
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        • #5
          Goodness! Another one to add to my wish list .

          Seriously.... that looks very good. And from your description it tastes even BETTER!
          Panama City, Panama (13B) and Miami, Florida (10A)
          Current wish list: Nuestra Señora del Carmen, Smith, Col de Dame Blanc, Italian I-258, Alma

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          • #6
            So now there's a White Madeira???

            Playing catch up is gonna take some time, and money.

            is there a Purple Madeira as well. If yes - what does it taste like?
            Inland Empire - Zone 9b

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            • Pops679
              Pops679 commented
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              There's a black madeira, I haven't tried it myself but I heard it is one of the best. They even call it the king of figs.

            • Kid Fig
              Kid Fig commented
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              I been fortunate to grab hold of a BM on ebay.

              Knowing the possibility of scammers I went ahead and picked it up only because it was a 1 1/2 foot plant (currently 3 feet) and the pics matched other BM's.

              Currently it has put out 8 figs; but they are still green. So far it's looking good as the figs look exactly like BM.

            • jessup42
              jessup42 commented
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              ...and money...
              Lol

          • #7
            Looks great!
            It’s one of the best!
            Round Rock, TX 8b
            WL: Delicious figs

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            • #8
              WM#1 is a great variety great looking fig
              Joe - Rhode Island Zone 7a

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              • #9
                This was from a cutting I began rooting on 12/27/20. If this is what a first-year WM #1 tastes like, I can't imagine what future years will bring. It will certainly be on my early start list!
                Salvatore - my students call me SC
                Zone 6a, SW Cleveland

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                • #10
                  98 gram white madeira #1?!? For Realzzz? Thats just WOW! I may opt to keep that a/l i just detached 😊. Forget money when i can have more of that!!
                  wnc Z7a Hominy Valley
                  wish list: a world without Invasive Pests

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                  • Kid Fig
                    Kid Fig commented
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                    One must pray to the old Fig gods. The Green Fig god in particular.

                    Next thing you know, you wake in in your bed, remove your sleep mask, as you notice the sheets feel damp;, and scream!!!

                    All around you are WM main crop figs!!!

                    Shortly after, you give Johnny Fontaine the part in the movie.

                    (trumpet solo plays)

                • #11
                  Nice! It really is a great fig.

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