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  • Final Belleclare List

    BELLECLARE NURSERY (Dipaola) Plainveiw, NY.
    (copy of 2006 fig-list just before closing shop)

    FIG VARIETIES

    (a) INDICATES CLASS 111 COMMON (b) INDICATES CLASS 11 SAN-PEDRO
    (c) INDICATES CLASS IV CAPRI FIG (d) INDiCATES CLASS 111 SMYRNA

    1. PETITE NEGRI (a) (DWARF) large purple-black, dark red center (2 crops)
    2. CELESTE (a) medium, purple-brown, dark red center, very sweet, sugary
    3. ROYAL VINEYARD (a) large coppery-brown, pear-shaped, dark amber center (2 crops)
    4. ALMA (a) medium, light yellow-amber, tan flesh, small eye (2 crops)
    5. NERO (Italy) (a) large, purple-red (wine color) dark center (2 crops)
    6. HARDY CHICAGO (a) medium-large, purple-brown, dark red center (2 crops) (prolific main crop)
    7. OSBORNE PROLIFIC (a) medium, green to brown, amber center, sweet, very prolific, hardy (2 crops)
    8. BLACK SPANISH (Franciscana) (a) large mahogany-black, red center, very sweet (2 crops)
    9. BLACKJACK (a) large, purple-brown, dark red center, juicy (2 crops) (dwarf-tree, tends to spread)
    10. GALBUN (a) large, reddish-brown, life amber center, delicately sweet (2 crops—prolific)
    11. BEALL (a) large, reddish-brown, lite amber center (1 crop)
    12. MARSEILLES (a) large yellow, clear flesh, very sweet (2 crops) (bears heavy on the 2nd crop)
    13. TENA (Spanish) (a) large, yellow, round, clear center (2 crops—Condit-hybrid)
    14. HUNTS (a) large, brown, amber center (2 crops)
    15. JELLY (a) medium, white, white center, sweet, (2 crops) (Southern regions)
    16. ITALIAN PURPLE BEEFERA (a) large, round, purple, sweet, strawberry center (2 crops)
    17. ITALIAN PURPLE RED (a) medium, round, dark center (2 crops)
    18. SICILIAN RED (a) medium, reddish-brown, dark red center (2 crops)
    19. CONADRIA (Genoa) (a) large, purple-black, dark red center, (Greek-Aboukonis) (2 crops)
    20. TEXAS EVERBEARING (a) large, dark coppery brown, dark center, (2 crops)
    21. CHIOS-A (Greek) (a) large, white, pear shape, with strawberry center (2 crops)
    22. CHIOS-B (Greek) (a) medium, reddish-brown, dark red center, sweet (2 crops)
    23. CHIOS-C (Greek) (a) large, purple-black, dark red center (Greek-Aboukonis) (2 crops)
    24. CORFU (Greek) (a) large, white pear shape, dark strawberry center, (2 crops) (Greek-Speros)
    25. CRETE (Greek) (a) large, white, light strawberry center (2 crops/Greek-Kronos)
    26. MYKONOS (Greek) (a) large, white, strawberry center (2 crops/Greek-Thina)
    27. MYKONOS (Greek) (a) large, pear shape, reddish to purple black, white flesh, strawberry center (BrebaOnly) (Greek-Perkounis)
    28. KALAMATA-A (Greek) (a) medium, black with dark red center, sweet, (2 crops)
    29. KALAMATA-B (Greek) (a) large, round, white, dark-pink center (1 crop)
    30. SICILIAN BLACK (Verna Grosso) (a) medium, black with dark center (Italian-Agrigenta)
    31. SICILIAN BLACK (Sal's) (Corelone) (Fico di Capo) (Fico-Nera) (a) medium to large, dark red center, (2 crops)
    32. ITALY (Pasquale Bianco) (Italian) (a) medium, white, dark strawberry center (1 crop)
    33. PASQUALE VERNINO (Italian) (a) medium, black, dark center, (1 crop)
    34. WHITE BARESE (Columbro) (a) large white, with strawberry center (2 crops)
    35. MALTA BLACK (Grandparent to Celeste) (a) medium, black, dark red center, sweet (2 crops)
    36. MONTELLONE (Genoa, Italy) (a) large round, white, lite amber center (2 crops)
    37. ISCHIA BLACK (Italy) (a) medium, black with dark center (2 crops)
    38. FiCO BIANCO (Caiabria, Italy (a) large round, white red center (2 crops)
    39. SICILIAN BLACK (Sal's) (Fico Nera) (a) medium large, dark black, red center, very juicy & sweet (2 crops)
    40. EASTERN BROWN TURKEY (a) Large, coppery brown, dark amber center (2 crops)
    41. ITALIAN EVERBEARING (a) large, purple-brown, dark center (2 crops)
    42. FICO BIANCO (Columbo, Italy) (Caserta) (b) large white, white flesh amber center (Breba-Only) (San Pedro)
    43. FICO NERA DUEMANE (Sant-Angelo di Lombardi, Italy) (a) (mountain fig, 2 crops) medium purple black with red center, sweet
    44. SICILIAN FICO ROSSO (Taranto, Sicily) (Breba-Crop, San Pedro) (b) large, red fig, white flesh, dark center
    45. FICO NERA (Abruzzi, Italy )(Corragio) (a) medium, black fig, white flesh, dark red center (2 crops)
    46. LARGE GREEK WHITE (Cyprus) (a) large, pear shape, dark red center (2 crops)
    47. DESERT KING (Breba Crop Only—San Pedro) (a) large green with red center
    48. LATTARULA (Italian Honey Fig) (a) large, dark amber center, very juicy (2 crops)
    49. PETER'S HONEY (a) medium, round, yellow-green, dark amber center, very juicy, sweet (2 crops)
    50. SICILIAN (Catania) (a) large, pear-shape, green-brown, dark golden amber center (2 crops)
    51. NEVARELLA (Oregon) (a) medium brown, amber center (prolific)
    52. FICO FIORI BIFARA (Caserta) (a) large, purple-brown, red center, (2 crops)
    53. WHITE KADOTA (a) large, yellow-green, amber center (2 crops)
    54. BLACK MISSION (a) large, purple-black, strawberry center, sweet, (2 crops)
    55. VERTE (Ischia Green) (Italy) (a) large, green, amber center (2 crops)
    56. SCILIAN WHiTE (Artata Musomelli) (a) large, green-yellow, thick pink to amber center, (2 crops)
    57. GENOA (a) large, white, yellow-green strawberry red center (2 crops)
    58. NEGRONNE (a) large, purple-black, pearshape, dark red center, very sweet (2 crops)
    59. FICO BLANCO (Bifara Musomelli ) (Sicily) (b) large, mottled-green-yellow, golden amber center (2 crops)
    60. FICO NERA (Siciliano Bifara) (San Pedro) (b) large, black, white flesh, dark-amber center (Breba only)
    61. SAN PEDRO (California) (a) large, purple-brown (Turkey), dark red center, (2 crops)
    62. EXCEL (a) medium-large, white, dark amber center (2 crops) (Condit hybrid)
    63. CONANT (a) medium, brown, amber center, very sweet (2 crops)
    64. SICILIAN (Agrigenta) (Bifara II) (a) large, round, purple-red, dark center, (2 crops)
    65. PALESTINE BLACK ABDULLAH (b) medium, white flesh, amber center
    66. FICO BIANCO ATREANO (Durazzano, Italy) (a) large, round, yellow-white, lite pink strawberry center (2 crops)
    67. FICO NERA PAESE (Foggia) (Italian) (a) medium, black, dark-red center, (2 crops)
    68. LARGE ROUND WHITE (Lombardy) (Northern Mountain Fig) (a) large, white,dark-amber center (2 crops)
    69. CRETE GREEK FIG (Knosos Temple Ruins) (Hank) (a)
    70. GREEK FIG (Santorini) (Hank) (a)
    71. GILLETTE (Edible Capri Fig) (c) medium to large, white, white center, big seeds, solid flavor (2 crops)
    72. FICUS PALMATUM (India) (Hank) (c) small, green, edible, (understock used for grafting)
    73. BROWN GREEK WHITE (Salonika, San Pedro) (Breba only) (b) large, white, white center
    74. RACXIOTKI VAVTO (Greek Macedonia) (San Pedro) (b) large, white, dark-amber center
    75. FICO PICCOLO BIANCO (Calabria, Italy )(a) small, white, lite-amber center (2 crops)
    76. CHIOS-D (Greek) (a) large, green-brown, dark golden amber center (2 crops)
    77. FICO BIANCO SICILIANO (Sicily) (a) large, white dark-red center (2 crops)
    78. VASILIKA SIKA (Greek, Athens) (King & Queen) (a) large, white, pear-shape blood-red center (2 crops)
    79. ATHENS (Found North of Athens) (a) large, white, round dark red center (2 crops)
    80. LARGE GREEK (Kephlonia) (a) large, red, red center
    81. CRETE (Greek) (b) large, round, black, white flesh, amber center
    82. CRETE (Breba Only) (San Pedro) (b)
    83. CRETE GREEK FIG (Hank)
    84. ATHENS GREEK FIG (Hank)
    85. SICILIAN WHITE (Raffadale, Sicily ) (Sal's) (a) large, white, round, white flesh, lite center (2 crops)
    https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Browse?Seller=Kelby
    SE PA
    Zone 6

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    #86 Fico Di Melenzana-Large pear shape, purple/black,hollow red center (greeks brought this variety when
    they occupied Sicily). Belleclare cuttings came from Siracusa, Sicily and Greek
    Island of Kepholonia.

    #87 Fico Bianco Melenzana-Large pear shape, green w/ crimson red to deep violet center from Zadar,
    Croatia on Dalmatian coast and from Bari, Italy.

    #88 Sicilian-Large round rurbinate yellow/green w/dark strawberry red center (capo grosso), from Sciacca,
    Sicily

    #89 Fico Bianco Fioroni- Large round, yellow/green, golden amber center, juicy, cuttings from Ancona,
    Italy

    #90 Oregon Prolific-Large round yellow/green, golden amber center, juicy, prolific even in cool summer.

    #91 Fico Grosso Sicilian- Large semi-pear shape, yellow/green with pink center. Most popular green fig in
    all of Sicily.

    #92 Black Zadar-A large flat round fig, thick skin, large eye, blood red center, heavy filling fig from Zadar,
    Croatia.

    #93 Fico Nera Napolitano-A popular Napolitano fig from Naples also called Fico Piccolino. Small to
    medium, purple/black, blood red center.

    #94 Large Greek Fig Cypress/Perkounis-Yellow/green, red center.(Papou Kosta).

    #95 Fico De Capo Verde-Large round, yellow/green Sicilian fig(Godfather white), golden amber center.
    From Castelle Mare Del Golfo. Godfather city #2.

    #96 Shar Israel-A large semi-pear shape fig, dark purple/brown to purple/black w/ hollow red center.
    Cuttings came from Haifa, Israel by way of a NAFEX member.

    #97 Shar Italia-Large purple/brown fig, dark amber center. Haifa, Israel by way of NAFEX member.

    #98 Corynth-A Greek variety by way of fellow hobbyist with 35 selected varieties. This fig a good hot
    weather fig. Large round, yellow/green with a sweet light amber center and thick skin.

    #99 Fico Zana-This one is Italian in name but it's origin is Kepholonia, Greece and came to Sicily with the
    Greeks. Is one of a kind with heavy filling, large thick skin, pear shape fig, growing at sea
    Level and coast. Breba is green with amber center, main crop is green/brown with amber
    Center. (Cefalu, Sicily).

    #100 Perkounis-Large purple/black, red center from island of Mykonos. Grows well in hot climates.
    Originally a Class II San Pedro Type, producing large brebas only. Main crop was only
    females so none of the figs would develop. After experimenting with growth stimulant
    sprays containing a hormone to inducing specialty flower to become large for exhibition,
    Belleclare sprayed this into the eye of the female fig at halfway point of 28 day cycle and
    seven days later. As a result, a main crop was produced because the spray mimicked the
    male hormones. This occurred several years in a row and then Bellclare stopped for three
    years in a row and during that time, the tree adapted and produces self-fertile main crops.
    The hormone spray came from edible Landscaping, Afton, Virginia.

    #101 Miller's English Brown Turkey-Dark purple/brown, red center.

    #102 Der Grossen Fighen-From Graz. Austria. Large Purple/Brown, dark amber center.

    #103 Sicilian Red-on-Red (Fico Rosso)-Medium red fig with red center. Palermo, Sicily cuttings.

    #104 Garnsey Seedless- Large round, yellow/green seedless. Sweet fruit flavor, golden/amber center. From
    Durling's Nursery, California. This one can tolerate 110-120F hot temperatures.
    https://www.figbid.com/Listing/Browse?Seller=Kelby
    SE PA
    Zone 6

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    • #3
      Are you board Kelby?

      Great info, thank you!
      Scott - Colorado Springs, CO - Zone 4/5 (Depending on the year) - Elevation 6266ft

      “Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.” – Bill Mollison

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      • Rewton
        Rewton commented
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        He's been on the board a lot, that's for sure!

      • Kelby
        Kelby commented
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        Slow day at work!

    • #4
      Worth a bump for any that havnt seen this.
      wnc Z7a Hominy Valley
      wish list: ciccio nero, moscatel preto, Hollier, Exquisito, borda barraquer, VS (vs), makedonia dark

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      • #5
        Does anybody grow #87? I’m wondering if it might be the same as something else.
        Oregon, Z 8b. No YouTube channel.
        No spin, no BS. Just enjoying the hobby and always learning.
        WL: paillettes à licorne, more land, be humble, sell some art to make more room.

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        • leon_edmond
          leon_edmond commented
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          I think you might be successful in making a separate post for this particular cultivar as well.
          Folks might look at this thread and just focus on the Belleclare list. Just a suggestion.

        • Sod
          Sod commented
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          Thanks Leon. I’ll do that.
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