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Grasa

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It is with great joy that I share these pictures with you:

Left is a "not latarulla" (originally from Raintree/ through Slavi) This second fig was a bit sweeter than the first one, it is the more insipid of these.
Middle upper is RdB
Middle lower is Unknow Adriatic (Wallingford- a neighbourhood of Seattle) fig is the smallest of the tree, it has produced others much bigger.
Right is my Unknown Purple/Seattle.

rated all excellent with RdB being the best followed by Wallingford and mine, not latarulla last.

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Nice photos and I like the ratings, raving reviews this year for RdB.
Otmani007

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Grasa, thanks for taking the times to share your figs and the ratings with us. Figs look awesome.
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Hi Grasa,
Congrats !

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I will be adding more pictures of my new varieties. I have some 'cooking'. ( Mead, Hollier, main Vdb,  MB vs, Yoguslavia Bl, Panachee...)  Hope next year they double their crop.
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