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  • Unk. Chiappetta...Aka Cosenza Breba

    Here's one that I introduced back in 2012. I sent loads of cuttings and plants the last few years. Figs look and taste different from year to year. The figs on the mother tree that's in ground usually look different than my potted plants.
    They were nice and figgy and sweet. Very good for a breba.
    This plant comes from the Calabria area. Province of Cosenza.
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    Art
    Western Pa -6a

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    The reason I posted Aka Cosenza is because Jon sells it as Cosenza.
    Art
    Western Pa -6a

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    • #3
      Yeah, when all that name changing happened I thought it was Calabria, not Cosenza so now I have a few plants labeled Chiapetta/Calabria. When they fruit I'll need your help sorting them out.
      Bob C.
      Kansas City, MO Z6

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      • #4
        Art,

        I find it amusing that your plants in PA are ahead of mine in FL in fruiting, My Chia is loaded with fruit but nothing ripe yet
        Cutting sales at willsfigs.com will continue till about March 1.

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        • kubota1
          kubota1
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          Your Chia is probably main crop. I am way off from getting a ripe main crop fig from it.

        • kubota1
          kubota1
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          Since you left Pa it's turned into the Mediterranean.😃

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        These are breba. Sorry, I couldn't edit the title.
        Art
        Western Pa -6a

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      • #6
        Hey Art. Here is mine from last week. It had an interesting flavor-hard to describe and not as watery as a lot of TMI sized figs.
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