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    Longue D'aout just picked it today always a winner every collector needs one

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  • #2
    Is yours in-ground or in a pot. I put mine in the ground , and are waiting for the leaves to drop before protecting it.
    Hi my name is Art. I buy fig cuttings-so I can grow more figs-so I can sell more figs-so I can buy more fig cuttings-so I can grow more figs....


    • #3
      I only have one local unknown in the ground everything else is in pots
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      • #4
        Dave nice looking fig ya got there!
        I just got a LdA this year and was surprised that it ripened a few with two more that should be ready to pick very soon. I agree with you that everyone should have it in their collection.
        Wishlist; Green Michurinska, St. Rita
        Sarver, PA Zone 6A.


        • Dave
          Dave commented
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          This is actually the latest they have ever ripened for me it is so good I have 2 trees

      • #5
        A perfect colour combination between outside and inside.
        Tony, Toronto Canada USDA was 4B now 5B
        Wishlist: Rigato Del Salento PB,
        San Biago.


        • #6
          I finally got my first LdA yesterday, worth it! Can't wait to see how it ripens in better weather.
          SE PA
          Zone 6


          • Dave
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            Kelby the LdA is one of the first trees I got and it is definitely a winner it's never let me down Your going to be really happy with it next year

        • #7
          Love the interior color. Tried to root a pair of LdA cuttings last year and they didn't make it. These pictures convinced me to take another shot at them this year.
          Bill - Long Island, NY 7a
          Wish List: Glacia Negra and any fig from Bari.