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  • Galicia Negra

    I could give couple of more days but I had to pick one before Mr.squirrel. It was still very tasty.

  • #2
    Nice looking fig. And they are way bigger than I expected. Taste great as well.
    Alpine, Texas 4500ft elevation Zone 7
    http://growingfruit.org/

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    • Fig-Doctor
      Fig-Doctor commented
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      Indeed, It was a quite surprise LOL.

  • #3
    How do they taste compared to LSU Scott's Black?
    Wish List: Figo Preto, CDD Gris (the green, small one) , CDD Gegantina, Maltese Beauty

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    • Fig-Doctor
      Fig-Doctor commented
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      Well, I haven’t disappointed any fig yet LOL.

    • figs and tropicals
      figs and tropicals commented
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      ofon: let me know how it goes with convincing yourself not to acquire more plants...it's not working for me!

    • ofon
      ofon commented
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      It's not going so well but better than expected. I'm only trying to acquire Figo Preto and maybe Atreano atm.

      I got my eye on CDD Giganten mostly and that one seems nearly impossible to get ahold of. So things are looking good for my Figs Anonymous meeting this weekend.

  • #4
    Almost perfect Galicia Negra!

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    • #5
      Good looking figs, congrats!
      Is your tree in the ground?
      USDA z 10a, SoCal. WL: Calderona, Colonel Littman's BC, Craven’s Craving

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      • Fig-Doctor
        Fig-Doctor commented
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        No, it is in 20gallons pot. I have 3GN from all different reliable growers. This one fruited without pinching. Other one I had to pinch 2 times to force fruit. Not productive but gave me enough fruits to tastes LOL

    • #6
      This is a Galicia Negra from another tree. GN is one of the best tasting fig this year

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