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Herman2

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Here they are:Marseilles vs black,and Celeste,with my grand doughter wich likes to eat them even better than me.

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Nice healthy looking tree and beautiful child.
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Nice tree. Your grand daughter is beautiful, she got her grandmother's eyes.
Yesterday my Sal's fig had a ripe fig, but I'm waiting one more day to pick it.



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Well Bass I did not take them off,for the same reason.
Yet this is a sure sign,they are early cultivars good for the east coast.
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Herman, with that look in her eyes, you won't be getting any fig from that tree. ;-))


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Very cute ... another fig lover in training. Is that a line of of fig trees in the buckets in the background?


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Yes ,New figs in trials!!!

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