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  • Galicia Negra - 2021 (no wasp)

    First fig from a second year tree. What a beauty. The pulp is so dark that in full sun, it looks reddish but Indoors the darker shade stands out.
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    Frisco,TX - Zone 8a - Follow me @thefarmingtales on Insta.
    WL - Angelito, El Sueno Yellow, Fico Giallo, Boysenberry Blush, Ondata, Belvedere, Tia Penya, Joualle Rouge, Skinner Mulberry, Annona reticulata Fernandez

  • #2
    That looks great!
    How was the flavor?
    Round Rock, TX 8b
    WL: Delicious figs


    • swethakyadav
      swethakyadav commented
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      For a first fig off the tree, it was good. Nice refreshing light berry with good sweetness and melt in the mouth texture.

  • #3
    This gives me hope for darker interior figs in Texas!
    Meys - Round Rock, TX. Zone 8b
    Wishlist: Cherry Cordial, Cosme Manyo, Texas Peach, Black Celeste, Little Ruby, any persistent caprifig.


    • #4
      Looks great! Thank you for sharing.

      I have two GN that I rooted out this past Spring. One of them had two figs on it. I plucked one of them since it was looking deformed/like it was going to be aborted anyways.

      The other one is looking happy. I cannot wait to try one. Especially in a few years after the tree matures.

      Are these known to be split resistant when mature and in-ground???