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  • LSU Champagne

    Another good honey fig. Perfectly closed eye!
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  • #2
    Thanks for posting such detailed photos of your fig's leaves and fruits. Fig-Doctor. Are the little brown spots on the fig's skin "sugar spots" that indicate ripeness? The interior of this fig looks especially moist and shiny!
    Christine (Waddell, AZ Zone 9b) Wishlist: All my fig wishes have been fulfilled by OurFigs members. Thank you!

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    • Fig-Doctor
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      Yes and they are sugar spots

  • #3
    Looks good. I have that on the list this season due to its success in humid and wet areas.
    Wanted list: Bass FF, CC, 187-25, Deanna, Dolce Calderai, Yellow Neches.

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    • #4
      That’s a good looking Fig. Did you root it from a cutting?
      Tim-Zone 8a/Northport, Alabama
      WL- Calderona, Black Tuscan, Genovese Nero AF or
      any good dark figs.

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      • Fig-Doctor
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        Yes, I rooted it from a cutting this year in March.

    • #5
      Looks like a very nice LSU fig. Definitely going on my wish list for winter cutting.
      Tim - Western Kentucky USDA Hardiness Zone: 7a-6b
      My figs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it
      Wish List: Any LSU fig I don't have

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      • #6
        I tried rooting Champagne but I killed my cuttings with too much moisture. A big lesson learned.
        Tim-Zone 8a/Northport, Alabama
        WL- Calderona, Black Tuscan, Genovese Nero AF or
        any good dark figs.

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        • Fig-Doctor
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          Please don't feel bad. I made same mistakes a lot.

      • #7
        I made it with several of the LSU varieties and I-258 as well. The I-258 probably hurt the most.
        Tim-Zone 8a/Northport, Alabama
        WL- Calderona, Black Tuscan, Genovese Nero AF or
        any good dark figs.

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        • Fig-Doctor
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          Ouch I-258, that hurts.

      • #8
        Wait are you posting this particular fig on eBay right now cause there’s a post with the exact same pictures as yours?
        NC Sandhills zone 8A. Wishlist- BNR, CDDG, and split resistant figs.

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        • Fig-Doctor
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          Yes! That is me lol.
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