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  • I 258 breba and others.

    The five figs pictured are JH Adriatic main crop (top left), Unk. Vibo Valentia main crop (top right), two I 258 breba (bottom right), Stella main crop, (bottom left) They are all pretty good. Unk Vibo Valentia was the best of them all.
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    Art
    Western Pa -6a

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    Nice harvest. Adriatic JH with the shape, Stella with the size, UVV with the taste. Wouldn't be a Mt Etna would it?
    Tony WV 6b
    https://mountainfigs.net/

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  • #3
    Very nice assortment. What did you think of the Stella main crop? That one's been on my radar for a while.
    Sarah
    Bay Area, CA (zone: 9B)

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    • kubota1
      kubota1
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      Stella is a must have. Or you could get Vasilika Sika Bc. They are so close, if not the same.

  • #4
    Did they get a head start? Mine aren't even thinking about swelling yet.
    Bob C.
    Kansas City, MO Z6

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  • #5
    Art,
    Do you agree that VS-Belleclare is Dalmatie? I saw you mentioned it could be Stella, but is Dalmatie just as similar?
    Frank ~ zone 7a VA

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  • #6
    Art the Vibo had a smokey flavor to me.I probably got 8 of of that small tree.

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  • #7
    Looks great Art. My Adriatic JH main crop are close. Can't wait. I will be posting some stuff soon, maybe by monday.
    Rafael
    Zone 10b, Miami, FL

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  • #8
    Outstanding Art but no photos of the green fig interiors? You're breaking my heart!

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    • #9
      Very nice, Art. I am disappointed with my Stella: Three years and nothing. It may get dismembered this fall.
      Dale

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      • Sarahkt
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        The reports are so good that before you throw away a 3-year investment, maybe there's something else you can try -- pot size, pinching, less fertilizer, sunnier spot? Then after any of that, it'd be a sunk cost if it just doesn't produce where it is.
        Sarahkt
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        Last edited by Sarahkt; 07-19-2015, 03:26 AM.

    • #10
      Looking good. Nice to have some variety early.
      Calvin, Wish list is to finish working on the new house, someday.
      Bored? Grab a rake, paint roller, or a cordless drill and come over!

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      • #11
        Very nice variety. I hope my crop from 2YO trees come in next year. TY for your photos they are always inspiring.

        Chauqg Zone 6b North of Pittsburgh

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