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  • Madeleine Des Deux Saisons

    Just sharing thoughts and pics on my MDDS, which I don't hear much about. The tree is in a 5 gallon pot, and productive. In June, I shared the brebas with my daughter, and we both thought they were great. The main crop is equally good, a richer, bit more complex honey flavor, than the few honey types I've had.... I live mostly on the dark side. Very sweet at the skin and meat. No seed crunch. I got my tree last year along with another of my favorites, Pastilierre, from Raintree Nursery, who I recommend highly. I would like feedback from others who grow this one, so please chime in. Thanks
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    Gary USDA 9A
    Sebastopol, CA

  • #2
    It looks like I have another mis-labelled fig. Sas pointed out that this appears to be Longue D'Aout, and I think he's right. I didn't even know that Raintree sold LdA. Whatever, it is a nice fig.
    Gary USDA 9A
    Sebastopol, CA

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    • #3
      Gary mine is in a 3 gallon and is heavily affected by fmv. Deformed leaves slow growing etc. Cuttings came from Richard Watts a few years ago. I sure would like a cleaner version of it though.

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