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  • My first Frankenfig tree

    I really like the idea of grafting multiple fig varieties onto a tree, finally I could start it. Hope it will grow well.

    Rootstock is my unknown fig that has not set any fruits for 3 years.

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    Tung, Vietnam
    - Growing figs in a tropical climate

  • #2
    Very healthy looking growth. Congrats on the success 🙌
    Forest Hill, Texas: Zone 8a

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    • #3
      Wow that's so many different varieties. I also want to do this when I get better at grafting.
      Wishlist: Boysenberry blush, tia penya, Malibu Greek unk, cosme manyo.

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      • #4
        Nice. Hopefully the no fruit for 3 years doesn’t transfer to the grafts.
        Anthony- Fig Finder of Los Angeles

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        • Badgerferrit
          Badgerferrit commented
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          It doesn’t with citrus. Figs are more vigorous than they are so I would think that first year fruiting would be possible.

      • #5
        Looks so good, you have a great climate for their continuing development, I'm guessing.
        Tony; Pickens county, SC zone 7b

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        • doubleblue
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          @Otis
          Thank you Tony!
          Yes, you are right. We do not have the actual dormant season here. We have winter time, but the weather is not too cold for the trees to go dormant. Basically the trees keep growing continuously

      • #6
        All cleft grafts?
        East Coast, Zone 7a
        WL: Boysenberry Blush, CdDB, BNR

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        • doubleblue
          doubleblue commented
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          @key88sf
          I have done 3 "modified cleft grafts" and 4 "chip bud grafts" on the tree
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