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  • Supposed to be Badalhouce

    I got this fig as a small plant from a reliable ebay seller, 1 year ago. I had my first ripe fig from it today, and loved it. Sweet, jelly like consistency, light seed crunch, thin skin, and hints of cantaloupe in its flavor. The only problem is it doesn't seem to fit the descriptions I can find. A Portuguese variety, supposed to be a greenish yellow skin with a carmine pulp. Does anyone have Badalhouce and/or ideas on this one? Thanks for the help. Click image for larger version

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    Gary USDA 9A
    Sebastopol, CA

  • #2
    i hope they are Badalhouce
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    • #3
      There is a light colored fig with strawberry insides, growing mostly in the 'Pico Island' of the A├žores Arquipelago with the name 'BAGALHOUCE' . I am not growing it but will try and ask another grower to tell additional details and if he is aware of any synonyms.