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  • Dauphine?

    Hey forum friends. I need some help identifying this single cutting I received from a Cal friend last winter and did not kill! Does it resemble the variety on the title by any chance ( oh ok,Dauphine)? I know it's hard to ID without fruit but I cannot wait for another year or two so just give me your best guess by looking at the leaves! Thanks much for participating !
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    Chris, this is pics of my Violette Dauphine which has a case of FMD. You can also see some pics at

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    newnandawg 7b Newnan, GA

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    • Chrisk
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      Thanks for sharing Mike. I can't believe they produce fruit from such young age. I hope that FMV goes away soon.

  • #3
    Here's my Dauphine from UCD, going on it's second year of growing. Took it months to root, but eventually it did.
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    Rhode Island - Zone 7A

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    • Chrisk
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      Wow, look at all those figs. Very nice Mike ,thanks for sharing.

    • RIMike
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      Whiterk - How long did yours take to root? I just put my UCD Davis cutting in a pot late yesterday as it finally had enough roots to make the transition from cloning machine to 1 gallon pot. 3.5 months to root, but my other cutting of Dauphine did the same thing as well.

    • Whiterk
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      Mine took about 4 weeks for some cuttings and some took 6. What temperature is you cloning machine staying at? Mine were rooted under mist outside in the summer heat in partial shade.

  • #4
    Here's my Baud Dauphine, hope this helps.


    Rotterdam / the Netherlands.
    Zone 8B

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    • Chrisk
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      That is a very nice and healthy plant. I don't see a resemblance to mine and I'm guessing I got something else. Thanks for sharing Rob.
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