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  • Salce 2015 Main

    This third year tree was placed in ground April 2014. It died to the ground
    and is now about six feet tall.

    This fig was not nearly as good as last year. It was sweet and a little on
    the watery side after nearly 3 inches of rain last week. The honey flavor
    was not as pronounced either. The first ripe fig last year was on July 27th
    which is an indication of the set back from the winter kill. I gave this
    fig a 6 on a 1-10.

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    newnandawg 7b Newnan, GA

  • #2
    Mike maybe the flavor will tighten up some now if you have anymore on the tree and if the rain holds off for a few more days.
    North Georgia Zone 7

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    • #3
      Goss, that's what I am hoping for.

      Good to see you here. How are you doing?
      newnandawg 7b Newnan, GA

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      • #4
        Better for now. More surgery next month then more recovery time.
        North Georgia Zone 7

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        • newnandawg
          newnandawg commented
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          Goss, good to hear you are better. I believe I have been down that
          same road.

      • #5
        Hey Mike, do you winterize your tree? Just curious....
        Dennis
        Charlotte, NC /Zone 8a

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        • newnandawg
          newnandawg commented
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          Dennis, other than 2-6 inches of pine straw they are on their own. I have
          decided that all my in ground trees will have to be producers and survivors.
          I would like to get down to about 10-15 20 gal pots and the other 100
          in the ground. How about you. Winterize ?
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