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WillsC

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It was probably a good thing I had it located:)  Where I had laid the irrigation it crossed the path of the cable line 4 times.  
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My news Picture from my Hedge, most from Afghan Kultur Fig-Johannis Hybrid Seedlings. More and more makes ripen Fruit.

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excuse my bad english - i am German and live by River Lahn Zone 7
Wish List: Kashi yellow Giant, Lemon, Yulsky, Tauro, Jumbo, Kroatian Yellow Giant, Ceretto, Galizia Negra, LSU Gold,...
My Fig: Texas Everybearing, Violette Pfälzer, Frühe Früchte, Bordesholm, Baldur, Bl. Dolomitenfeige, Kunduz, Gigant, Nordland, Schweizer Brünli, Batumi, Sukhumi, Adscharien, Hardy Chikago, Jerusalem, Pauls Frostkönigin, Su Zhuo, Early Black, Excel, Armenian, Isfahan, Afghanistan, Petrovaca, Mitschurinska 10, Bulgara, Taurus, Viola, Bayernfeige, Palmata, Johannis, Bornholm Diamant, Peretta, Negronne, Kaukasus, Kandahar, Braunschweig, Excel, Xinjiang Yellow, Wuhan, Qinpi, Baimi, Olympian, Alma, Frühe Dalmatiner, Jingaofen, Jin Orphan, Massui Dauphine, Bojihong, Deanna.
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Congratulations, Paul. Your fig hedge is beautiful! I didn't know figs could grow in Germany. Do you have to cover them or move them indoors during the winter?
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Congratulations, Paul. Your fig hedge is beautiful! I didn't know figs could grow in Germany. Do you have to cover them or move them indoors during the winter?


My Figs grow all outside in the Garden - not by the House and not cover. Most the people by the River Rhine have Figs in Germany. I have surch the hardest Variity and make new Variity from Afghan Seedlings. The new Variitys the winterhardest Figs.
I surch dried Figs from Xinjiang and Kaschmir for the next Projekt.
I make the same with punika and other Plants.



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excuse my bad english - i am German and live by River Lahn Zone 7
Wish List: Kashi yellow Giant, Lemon, Yulsky, Tauro, Jumbo, Kroatian Yellow Giant, Ceretto, Galizia Negra, LSU Gold,...
My Fig: Texas Everybearing, Violette Pfälzer, Frühe Früchte, Bordesholm, Baldur, Bl. Dolomitenfeige, Kunduz, Gigant, Nordland, Schweizer Brünli, Batumi, Sukhumi, Adscharien, Hardy Chikago, Jerusalem, Pauls Frostkönigin, Su Zhuo, Early Black, Excel, Armenian, Isfahan, Afghanistan, Petrovaca, Mitschurinska 10, Bulgara, Taurus, Viola, Bayernfeige, Palmata, Johannis, Bornholm Diamant, Peretta, Negronne, Kaukasus, Kandahar, Braunschweig, Excel, Xinjiang Yellow, Wuhan, Qinpi, Baimi, Olympian, Alma, Frühe Dalmatiner, Jingaofen, Jin Orphan, Massui Dauphine, Bojihong, Deanna.
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