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  • Accaino

    This sure looks like Sal's or Aldo etc. Any pictures of Accaino to post?
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    Frank Tallahasee 8B
    North Florida Figs

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    From Last year Acciano on the right in the double pic
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    Phil North Georgia Zone 7 Looking for: All of them, and on and on,

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    • #3
      Frank, I posted pictures on the other forum last year. I thought the same thing.
      Art
      Western Pa -6a

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      • #4
        Here is mine. Caprified.
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        • #5
          My main crop isn't ripe yet but here's a bad picture of a beba.
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          • #6
            Anyone have both to compare? Does it taste the same as those other ones?
            Bob C.
            Kansas City, MO Z6

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            • #7
              I do not have Aldo's I do have Sal's and Acciano. Last year likley after Art's post I was asked if I thought they were he same and at that time I did not think so, but the more I looked the more I began to wonder. Neither has fruited this year for me yet. I have also heard suggested that Sicilian Red is the same. I had one fruit from it earlier this year pic below, but main yet to fruit
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              Phil North Georgia Zone 7 Looking for: All of them, and on and on,

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              • #8
                When I search Accaino, I found this one. It is very similar to my WJ Purple unknown. Some say it is the same as Sicilian Red or Palermo Red. I guess they are all similar.

                The fig is late. Split in humid climate. Heavy producer and figs come in clusters. Figs are medium to large. Should be a good variety for the dry climate like Arizona or California.

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                Princeton, New Jersey, 6B
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                • #9
                  I've seen photos that made it seem larger.

                  Man I love this fig. It is a little late, and with my season everything is about 2 weeks late this year. I hope I get the main crop to ripen, in the


                  Man I love this fig. It is a little late, and with my season everything is about 2 weeks late this year. I hope I get the main crop to ripen, in the


                  cis4elk venturabananas
                  Last edited by davej; 02-14-2022, 01:02 PM.
                  [Figs] -- Eastern Missouri -- Zone 6

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