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  • LSU Hollier DFIC# 205

    Developed in: Louisiana, United States (Comment: Developed through the Louisiana State University Fig Program. Bred between 1955 and 1957, from Roland Robichaux LA)
    Maintained by the Natl. Germplasm Repository - Davis. NPGS received: 10-Feb-2003

    Med-large; yellow skin; open-eye; sweet; cold hardy; nematode resistant. Per Fruit, Berry, and Nut Inventory, 3rd ed. (see citation): "Large, sweet fruit with excellent flavor."
    DFIC# 205:
    http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs...lay.pl?1643493




    LSU Hollier
    aka Hollier


    Descriptions:
    A superb cultivar of fine, rich flavor from the hybridizing efforts of Dr. Ed O'Rouke of Louisiana State University. It is a very dependable performer with medium sized to large, sweet figs that have an excellent, sweet flavor. This one came out first in a five year taste test. Up to 2 inches in diameter with greenish yellow skin and amber pulp tinged strawberry. Fruit oblate-spheroid. The leaf has a cordate base and 5 latate lobes. Excellent for the Deep South but also does well in colder climates. (2)

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    References:
    1. http://figs4fun.com/Varieties.html
    2. http://www.durionursery.biz/figs.htm
    3.
    Last edited by AscPete; 02-28-2015, 09:57 PM.

  • #2
    Some pictures of LSU Holliers.

    Click image for larger version  Name:	LSU Hollier - Figs 1.jpg Views:	9 Size:	143.0 KB ID:	448484 Click image for larger version

Name:	LSU Hollier on the Tree - 2017.jpg
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    Click image for larger version  Name:	LSU Hollier - Bowl of Figs 1.jpg Views:	9 Size:	181.7 KB ID:	448485 Click image for larger version  Name:	LSU Hollier - Fig Interior 1.jpg Views:	9 Size:	267.9 KB ID:	448486 Click image for larger version  Name:	LSU Hollier - Fig Interior 2.jpg Views:	9 Size:	286.2 KB ID:	448487

    I have noticed the Hollier, like many honey and sugar figs, will be redder inside earlier and later in the year. I believe that this is due to the cooler temperatures at night (this is in southern Texas). You can see this in the pictures. The first interior picture (pic 3) was in early spring, while the last picture was in full summer.
    Last edited by CliffH; 01-31-2019, 11:33 PM.
    Texas (N. Houston area) - zone 8b
    Wish List: Rubado, Thermolito, Calderona, Cavaliere, GM-172, and GM-25

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