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newnandawg

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This is the second  fig from a rooted cutting in the spring of 2013. I am updating this one because it was soooo much better than the first. After tasting this one I could see where the first one was an abomination of what it  suppose to be. The skin was thin and not chewy at all. The flavor was honey and sweet honey dew melon. I upped this one from an 8 to a 9 and it is probably the best tasting light fig of the season. A really nice refreshing yellow fig.













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Mike,  Nice looking fig. Thanks for posting the pictures.
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Mike, dark on the outside, light on the inside, like beal. Nice. Any backstory to this one?
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Frank, its really a yellow fig that was really ripe. Its a product of Marius and I don't have any back ground on it. Sorry
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bump for update
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Mike, were the pics updated as well (and originals deleted)?
Looks really good!

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Wish list: a bountiful harvest to share and enjoy... and an Improved Celeste
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