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  • I knew I recognized these figs from somewhere....


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    Guildwood Village - Toronto, Canada - Zone 6

  • #2
    Are these yours?

    They remind me of some story about a legendary fig in the old world that was illustrated only once; it looks very similar but I think it was a medium to dark colored fig.

    I'd also like to solve the puzzle.

    The orange one did it. She killed the butler. Any detective with a moderate IQ could see that She isn't smiling.

    Did I win?
    Inland Empire - Zone 9b


    • #3
      Kid Fig - Yes they are mine. They are LSU Tiger. They're not ripe (obviously).... The drip emitter fell away without me noticing and some figs and leaves dropped when it dehydrated. I seem to have a bunch of mutant figs this year.

      Also, I don't expect the Kid Fig to remember a cheesy cartoon from 1977
      Guildwood Village - Toronto, Canada - Zone 6


      • Ktrain
        Ktrain commented
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        That must have been a Canadian cartoon?
        I'm 50....I don't recall that one.

      • TorontoJoe
        TorontoJoe commented
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        Originated in France


      • Sparky
        Sparky commented
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        I could get the CBC from Windsor at my house near Detroit when I was a kid but I must have missed this one. However, my favorite radio station was CKLW!

    • #4
      Wow, all from the same tree?
      Are there more that have not fallen off?

      I'm sure they would have ripened, I'd like to see that if you get any.
      Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

      Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!


      • TorontoJoe
        TorontoJoe commented
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        I think there are a few more

    • #5
      Lol talk about double bumps!! Lol.
      Guy A
      St Augustine Fl.
      Zone 9A.


      • #6
        Have any dissected pics? Been curious for a while now what the anatomy looks like.
        Anthony- Fig Finder of Los Angeles



        • #7
          Lol I grew up watching the Barbapapà cartoons
          Hamilton ON. Zone 6a/b