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  • I have Shame in my yard

    And it is producing. One of the later waker uppers but I plan on pumping it with 20-20-20 this weekend.
    This fig traces back to Bauds but just found out it may be a Syrian fig.
    Nonetheless, it is a "Shame".
    You may only view thumbnails in this gallery. This gallery has 4 photos.

  • #2
    I certainly is a Shame! And probably a great one at that. But with a manicured lawn like that what else wouldn't be?
    Nothing in the world takes the place of growing citrus till figs come along. Ray City, Ga. Zone 8 b.


    • Taverna78
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      Hey Hersh...

      I wonder if his duck in background swim like yours do😱

  • #3
    Let's hope it puts everything else to shame, Rafed. I hope you're doing well.
    Frank ~ zone 7a VA


    • #4
      Rafed my friend I told you that wearing women's clothes would catch up with you......
      Cutting sales will start Tuesday Nov 1 at 9:00 eastern


      • Taverna78
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        No comment. 😳

    • #5
      That's our secret. Ever get the tutu off you? It did look kind of tight on you.


      • #6
        In all honesty I thought this post was maybe going to be about your scoreboard from the winter kills.

        So, possibly being a Syrian fig, is that pronunciation "Shahmay" as opposed to how I initially read it?
        RI Zone 6a
        Container Herder


        • #7

          Until yesterday, I did not know the word could have been Syrian or a place existed. I really don't know what the correct pronunciation would be?
          Bass would know though.

          But this is becoming interesting.

          Only worries I have now is that does it need the wasp?


          • #8
            Oh nice someone else has ugly figgy. Keep posting those pictures friends and telling me about your heartbreaks. That way I will know I am not alone with rampet imagination of lush fig trees pumping out fruit in everybody elses yard. Joyce