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ID:	28375 Last year, I got what was supposed to be, Italian 376. I planted it in ground, and late in the season it produced some figs. Greenish yellow figs. OK, not 376. The figs did not ripen before Winter, so I left it, thinking I'd see what it might be next year. Fast forward to today, when I picked these 5 or 6 brebas. Have to say, they were really good. Sweet and jammy and kind of berry flavored. What the heck are they? Anyone? Click image for larger version

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    Gary USDA 9A
    Sebastopol, CA

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    That coloration is really unique, Gary! Is it pollinated by the fig wasp?
    Ed
    SW PA zone 6a

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      figgary commented
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      No, Ed, I don't believe I have wasps here yet.
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