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  • Rewton
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    I haven't so far but mine is still young. I should get a few main crop figs from mine for the first time in a couple weeks.

  • zone5figger
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    Cold hardy, early maincrop, and nice looking breba is a nice combination of traits for northern growers! Anyone in the US get breba?

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  • Larifari
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    ask penandpike for cuttings in a private message
    this is not the same as Michurinska 10 (aka Florea)

  • Freddenacka
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    Is this the same as Michurinska white? Where can I buy this fig in Europe?

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  • penandpike
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    You may only view thumbnails in this gallery. This gallery has 1 photos.

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  • penandpike
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    No. these are from last year. Breba starts at around 20-25 of June. and the main maybe a month later.

  • Evdurtschi
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    Looks amazing!

  • a.tibor
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    Nice! Is it ripening already? When does the main crop start to ripen?

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  • penandpike
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    Breba crop
    You may only view thumbnails in this gallery. This gallery has 2 photos.

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  • sandor111
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    How many crops does it produce a year?

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  • Hershell
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    Another one to wish for. Oh no, another one

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  • don_sanders
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    That definitely would be a one to try for those of us in the colder zones.

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  • starch
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    That one is a beauty!

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  • COGardener
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    The fruit does look amazing Pen, and that is a huge tree! I'm with Kelby, I would love the opertunity to grow it, I hope it makes it over some day. Thank you for showing us.
    Last edited by COGardener; 01-18-2016, 03:58 PM.

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  • sandor111
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    Hi Penandpike,

    Is there a chance to buy Green Michurinska cuttings from you? I live in Hungary and have sent you PM, but you have not answered yet. Please write to [email protected], it's quicker. Thanks in advance, S├índor.

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  • GregMartin
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    Wow, fantastic!

  • penandpike
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    Yes, this is a wild tree, and it is more than 8-9m tall.

  • Kelby
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    Very nice! Hopefully we can try it in the US someday, looks delicious!

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  • GregMartin
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    Pen, is that tree growing unprotected in Bulgaria zone 6a?

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  • drphil69
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    Wow, that looks awesome! I'm surprised the dried ones don't get attacked by birds, insects, and other critters.

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  • zone5figger
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    That is a beautiful big tree, and very nice looking fruit as well! I like the range of colors as it ripens and starts to dry. What a great find, well done and thanks for sharing.

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  • penandpike
    started a topic Green Michurinska fig

    Green Michurinska fig

    I found this tree some time ago. Today I went to take some pictures. It resembles very much Michurinska 10 so I named it Green Michurinska. It is an early and good tasting fig. After the fruits overripe, they shrink and fall on the ground. At this stage they are pure Jam and delicious.
    Enjoy the pictures.
    Last edited by COGardener; 01-18-2016, 07:49 AM.
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