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  • Cavaliere - 2021 from Texas

    2nd fig of the tree I got from Brian M last year. An absolute beauty which tastes like honey filled berry jam.

    Closed eye and no splitting is a bonus.
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    Dallas,TX - Zone 8a - Follow me @thefarmingtales on Insta.
    WL - Angelito, El Sueno Yellow, Yellow Absheron, Fico Giallo, Tia Penya, Campaniere, Moro de Caneva, Cessac, Boysenberry Blush

  • #2
    That is driving me crazy with jealousy
    SW TN 7B Wish list: Boysenberry Blush, Coll de Dama Mutante, Madeira Island Black, Cravens Craving, Malibu Greek and Fico Giallo. Any fig I can grow and Happy Days

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    • #3
      Good looking fig 👍
      Vancouver, WA 8B. WL: Caillouet, Montfavet, Cardenillo, Negretta, Fiorone Di Ruvo, Bijela Petrovaca, Qudsaya, Tajba, Joualle Noire, Souady.

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      • #4
        that looks great, Never heard of this one, but now i have looked it up and i want it!!! awesome pics!
        Wishlist: col de dame Rimada, LSU Strawberry, Bass's Verdone, Moro di Caneva, VERDOLINO, zaffiro. Figoin

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        • #5
          Looks delicious!
          Great job ripening it!
          Round Rock, TX 8b
          WL: Delicious figs

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          • #6
            Wow!
            Tony; Pickens county, SC zone 7b

            Care for the Earth...there's no place like home

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            • #7
              How good is this fig and how good does it do in Texas? Does it split or do we have to keep this one in a pot 😀

              Mario
              9aTx
              Mario
              Texas 9A

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              • swethakyadav
                swethakyadav commented
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                How good ? Really really good. Need to try more but so far I see a tight closed eye, thick skin and no splitting. There are others with more experience with this but as of now, it looks to be a really good fit for us and also the ripening time - Mid to Late august is the perfect time with the heat wave.Anything that ripens in July August with no splitting is a keeper for me.

              • Newbie2figs
                Newbie2figs commented
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                That’s great! I will have to find a cutting this fall , Always love the tight eye and for sure the splitting is a big bonus!

            • #8
              Thank you for this write up.
              My tree has set figs but hasn’t ripened any yet.
              Yours look wonderful.
              Piney Point Village, Zone 8b
              W/L- Allix, Cateto

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              • #9
                Did you detect a cherry like taste or perhaps a citrus like flavor??

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                • swethakyadav
                  swethakyadav commented
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                  I am not great with flavors and may have to wait for my wife to come back from vacation to get a better description. This was just the second fig from the tree and the first fig last week had zero berry flavor. So I am hoping that in few weeks I get get more concentrated flavours and describe it better.

                • cvarcher
                  cvarcher commented
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                  totally understand.

              • #10
                A beauty!
                Kevin, N. Ga 7b Cheers!

                Wishing all of you a bountiful harvest!

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                • #11
                  The best one so far.
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                  Dallas,TX - Zone 8a - Follow me @thefarmingtales on Insta.
                  WL - Angelito, El Sueno Yellow, Yellow Absheron, Fico Giallo, Tia Penya, Campaniere, Moro de Caneva, Cessac, Boysenberry Blush

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                  • #12
                    Looks delicious!
                    -Dorian Miami, FL, Zone 10b
                    Wanted (Col de Dame Grise/Blanc, Popone, Black Tuscan, Martinenca Rimada)

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