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Thanks for looking.
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Those are some good looking figs!
__________________ USDA Zone 9b Wish list: Abruzzi, Pasquale, Tagliacozzo, Zingarella, Godfather. Any unk Italian, especially from Abruzzo.
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Wow. ,nice line up,! What is the 3rd to last fig? Like to get that one
__________________ RICHIE BONI
HICKORY LOUISIANA ZONE 8B WARM HUMID
WINRERS ARE VERY MILD LOW 20'S BUT WARMS RIGHT UP DURING THE DAY. SUMMER IS EXTREMELY HOT & HUMID 100 degrees 100% humidity fig tree grow like crazy but some split from rain & humidity
Wish list. Col de dame blanc
Col de rimada
Lsu numbered figs
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Very nice looking figs ...great pictures......thanks for sharing
__________________ john Zone 7a NY
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The unknown from Lyon looks amazing, Marius. Very nice to see De La Reina, great bunch of varieties. Thanks for sharing the pics.
__________________ Gary in CA 9A Seeking Peace and figs for all
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I am excited to try the fruit from the unknown Lyon tree. Is is similar to rdb in flavor, Marius?
__________________ SE Pa, zone 6b
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Those are some incredible looking figs! Well done!
__________________ USDA Hardiness Zone 8, Central Texas Fig `till the End! Mike
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Very nice looking figs, looks like you got them perfectly ripe.
Any review or description on the Wuhan taste wise? Have not heard much but lukewarm reviews on it. I am looking forward to trying it probably this winter since 5/5 cuttings I purchased are rooted and growing fast. __________________ (Zone 12a) Big Island, Hawaii, 2,400 ft elevation, Fern Forest. Avg. July High 77, Precipitation days 290, annual rainfall 201.80 inches.
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Very Nice. Winners in any yard.
__________________ Phil N.GA. Zone 7 Looking for: Bordissot Negra Rimada, Del La Senyora, LUV, Peloponisiaka aspra sika, Paratjal Rimada, Sangue Dulce, and on and on
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Beautiful looking figs. Thanks for posting Marius!
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Those are winners Marius. Great photos, love seeing these . All look ripe to perfection! __________________
Coop Northern NJ Zone 7a
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Marius is the new fig whisper! Nice looking figs my friend.
__________________ Dennis Charlotte, North Carolina/Zone 8a
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Looks delicous, those pictures could feed me for a day...
__________________ Figs: Conadria and Little Ruby
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Absolutely delicious looking figs!
__________________ Adam D Vista, CA zone 9b wish list: figs from Pomona gardens
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Nice figs ! I thought noire de caromb to be a longer fig. Ho well, I'll see. Mine is still in the pot that I bought her in. I have to remove a tree, and my mind is still not set on which one will lose the game... They are all giving the main crop now, so I'll see how each counter go and decide then ... __________________ ------------------------
Climate from -25°C to + 35°C
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Congratulations, they look great!
__________________ Zone 6, MO Wish list: Martineca Rimada, Galicia Negra, Fioroni Ruvo, De La Reina - Pons, Tauro, BFF, Sefrawi, Sbayi, , Mavra Sika Fillaciano , Corynth, Souadi, Acciano Purple, LSU Tiger, LSU Red, Cajun Gold, BB-10 any great tasting fig
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Whats the flavor profile on those, especially the Pakistani brown, and Lebanese yellow? Great Spread! __________________ Don (Near Austin, TX zone 8b) If you have these for sale/trade PM me: Calderona, Noire de Barbentane, Navid's Unk Dark Greek
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Marius, What is the fig next to the yellow Lebanese? Sorta looks like RdB, but leaves are wild man. Interesting looking leaf pattern, although the fig looks similar to RdB.
And how did the Pakistani Brown taste? __________________ Mohan B Harrisburg, NC - Zone 7a
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Lovely figs you have there!
__________________ ~RL~ Zone 5
Wish list: Saint Martin, Pastiliere, Panache, Dark Portuguese, Alma, Nero600m, Salce, Vista, Malta Black, Gino, Galicia Negra & Conadria.
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Marius, Love the Patastani Brown and the Unknown French, these are some beautiful figs! Thanks for Posting!
__________________ Frank from Bama- Zone 7-b Alabama .................................................... "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever".
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Great display of figs!
De La Reina looks like a great addition to my wish list. __________________
Pino, zone 6, Niagara
Wish List: Brogiotto Bianco, Fico Datto, Fiorone di Ruvo, Fracazzano Multicolore, Fiorone Oro, Popone, Rigato del Salento and other multi colour striped figs. Pino's Figs / Pino's Photos; 2017 Brebas / 2017 Main crop
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Here's a snapshot of my Lyon France (unknown) in its second leaf taken today.
The figs are still relatively small but my plant sits in pot outside all year long. Looking forward for some ripening figs if not this fall then perhaps next year as the tree is still fairly young.
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__________________ Sas from North Austin TX Zone 8B
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Out of all those do you have a favorite. __________________ Tony
Toronto Canada zone 5B
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Don't have most of the ones listed above, but you could not go wrong with the Noire de Caromb. It is a slow grower but worth the wait.
Look at the similarities between De La Reina and the Noire de Caromb. Perhaps Marius could comment on the differences if any. __________________ Sas from North Austin TX Zone 8B
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Very nice photos.
I agree with Sas on the DLR. Leaves are similar also.
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It looks like Lyon France is a definate winner.
All of them look beautiful! __________________
Meg-Hardiness Zone 10a
Looking for... Socorro Blk Jolly Tiger Lamperia Preta Herschtetten St. Jean Black Ischia "The best way to show my gratitude is to accept everything, even my problems, with joy." ~ Mother Teresa "Do not pass by a man in need for you may be the hand of God to him." ~Proverbs 3:27~ "He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted." ~Job 5:4