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  • Perhaps we should all live here!

    I had a great 5 day trip to see the in-laws in mid Florida over the Easter break. There really was not much time to explore for figs but this caught my eye
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    Happy spring everyone

    Ian
    Ian

    Really happy with what I have.

  • #2
    While driving in a small town, I entered a division called Blueberry Estates. The only thing was, after driving around the whole thing, there wasn't a single blueberry bush in sight. Lesson: always look behind the curtain!
    Hi my name is Art. I buy fig cuttings-so I can grow more figs-so I can sell more figs-so I can buy more fig cuttings-so I can grow more figs....

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    • #3
      Sounds good, Ian. How cool would that be? A community of fig lovers growing the best varieties and sharing with one another, face-to-face.
      Frank ~ zone 7a VA

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      • cjmach1973
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        I think the condo commission banned fig trees from their accepted list.

      • DBJohnson
        DBJohnson commented
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        I have an idea for a pork loin remoulade with sliced fresh dark berry flavor figs with fresh basil, Rosemary, and goat cheese. Have yet to make it, but have been thinking about making it for months now....

      • F. Bennett
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        Bryant, that sounds amazing.

    • #4
      All I see are the palm trees
      And there is no wasp there in FL, not moving, sorry!
      USDA z 10a, SoCal. WL: Raspberry Tart, Boysenberry Blush

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      • #5
        I smell a trap!

        I see only palm trees and no figs. Or at least the name is out of date and the figs are all long gone, would be better to rename it Palm Tree Village. No redwoods to be found here in Redwood City either, but at least I *know* there are figs all over.
        Sarah
        Bay Area, CA (zone: 9B)

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        • #6
          That would be a great name for a fig greenhouse.
          Scott - Colorado Springs, CO - Zone 4/5 (Depending on the year) - Elevation 6266ft

          β€œThough the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.” – Bill Mollison

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          • #7
            So often housing developments are named after what was destroyed in order to clear space to build the development. That's probably the case for "Fig Tree Village".
            Steve
            D-i-c-k-e-r-s-o-n, MD; zone 7a
            WL: Nantes Maroc

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            • COGardener
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              😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠

            • F. Bennett
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              Yep. There is an area close to me with about 100 acres of houses which used to be an orchard back in the day. All the streets are named after apple varieties. Not sure if any apple trees exist though.

            • Rewton
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              Of course, if I lived in "Fig Tree Village" I would do my part to help it to live up to its name!

          • #8
            Seriously lets focus on the positive thoughts posted earlier. Lets talk about that pork loin We are all about B.B.Q in all its forms here

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