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Subject: Brogiotto Nero Replies: 31
Posted By: unofelice Views: 654
 

Vito, that is a beautiful fig for sure. I have a Brogiotto Nero that came from Vito, a Violet Solies and a Bourjasotte Noire, and all three are producing figs. I’m not an expert, but would say they are similar, but not exact, I hope other growers who have all three will give comments.


Phil


Subject: Just a Few Figs Replies: 18
Posted By: unofelice Views: 594
 

They look wonderful Vito, now pass the plate.


phil

 

Subject: Verde Passo Replies: 11
Posted By: unofelice Views: 801
 

Dr. Lean I do have a small plant of Fico Rubato cuttings from (Maggie)  the leaves are identical your photo. Also I did check the leaves my other plant, but they are too deteriorated to make a comparison.  I will change name tags to one. Thank you for your information.

Philip


Subject: Verde Passo Replies: 11
Posted By: unofelice Views: 801
 

Just added two more pictures of same fig.

Philip

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Subject: first time tasting Valle Negra Replies: 11
Posted By: unofelice Views: 688
 
Frank, that fig looks good.

Philip

Subject: Verde Passo Replies: 11
Posted By: unofelice Views: 801
 

@armado it was an early September fig, just a little late in posting picture.

 

Mike, fig was from Gene H.  (east coast figs) If remember correctly it comes from northern Italy. First time fruiting for me, and it’s a keeper.


Subject: Verde Passo Replies: 11
Posted By: unofelice Views: 801
 

I do not know if anyone is growing or has posted about this fig. Enjoy the pictures of Verde Passo.

philip

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Subject: Figheddabouit! Replies: 26
Posted By: unofelice Views: 626
 

Vito, they all look wonderful.

Phil


Subject: The last 20 figs went to the creatures with tails Replies: 37
Posted By: unofelice Views: 800
 

I have the same problem with visiting night creatures, for the past five years. They usually start being active in mid- July until fall. Not much that can be done I have covered with netting and hopsack but they eat right through. I did check with a tractor supply store, and was told there is nothing over the counter that will hurt them. I usually take a plant inside the garage over night to keep safe, in order to taste.

Phil


Subject: Help ID Replies: 4
Posted By: unofelice Views: 487
 
I have been growing this fig for the past ten years. An elderly Italian gentleman was kind enough to give me cuttings; of his fig.  He said he had been growing it for nearly 30 years. He also did not know the name except it was a dark Italian fig.  He received a plant from another Italian friend who had been growing it for a number of years. I was wondering if someone could place a name.
 
Phil

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Subject: Picture Replies: 12
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,595
 
Hi Gina,
I live in central Arkansas outside of Little Rock. No wasp here. Otherwise my tree from the old country would really enjoy making fruit rather than dropping them. You have a good eye it does look similar.


phil

Subject: Picture Replies: 12
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,595
 

Subject: Picture Replies: 12
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,595
 
Hi Martin,
Purchased from Just Fruits & Exotics.  I had high expectations that someone must be growing it, and would have provided more information. That is why I did not include the name. Sold as Col.Littman's Black Cross.
 
 Phil

Subject: Picture Replies: 12
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,595
 

When your dealing with raccons night after night, it becomes very difficult to say it needs another day to ripen properly. I hope you understand.


Subject: Picture Replies: 12
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,595
 

This is from last year. and a correct name would be nice.
thanks, for looking.
Phil

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Subject: italian figs to trade Replies: 29
Posted By: unofelice Views: 2,179
 
Mario,
Would you trade  Granato cuttings from Palermo?

Phil

Subject: Help ID Please Replies: 4
Posted By: unofelice Views: 783
 

Interior of fig is red, picture is first crop. If I could figure out how to post pictures I could use last years photos.


Subject: Help ID Please Replies: 4
Posted By: unofelice Views: 783
 
Can someone id this black fig.



Subject: Air layer time frame Replies: 24
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,561
 
Frank,
I see that your nonna's fig has done very well for you.

philip

Subject: Another ID Please Replies: 0
Posted By: unofelice Views: 556
 
My only information, parent tree was growing in Switzerland. Cuttings were taken some 40 years ago, and now it has been grown in Italy. I know it by Minna DI Vacca.
 Thanks, Philip

Subject: Black Triana Replies: 1
Posted By: unofelice Views: 1,198
 
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Black Triana.

 

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