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Many people sent me cuttings for my fig class but it was cancelled by the host at the last minute. I'm rooting them now. Some of the cuttings I gave to a community charitable organization but they don't want all of them. There are many avenues I could use to give them away. If you gave cuttings and have a specific request let me know. Some molded in a refrigerator failure.
__________________ Zone 6, MO Wish list: Galicia Negra, Martineca Rimada, De La Reina - Pons, Genovese Nero - Rafed's, Fioroni Ruvo, Sbayi, Souadi, Acciano, Any Rimada, Sodus Sicilian, any Bass, Pons or Axier fig, any great tasting fig.
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Very sad. Any chance urban garden -farming leauges would want them?
__________________ West Florida / Panhandle (Central time). Can get cold for figs...down to 12 F twice in last five years. Zone 8a. Lewi = Levite
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Maybe mail them back to people who sent them so no hard feelings come up.
__________________ 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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Originally Posted by
figpig_66 Maybe mail them back to people who sent them so no hard feelings come up. Ack!!!Plant them,gift them,sell them,chop and drop them,place them in the defective fridge. Just don't send them back! __________________ Paul.Simi Valley,Ca.Zone 9a/Sunset 18
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If a local High or Middle school has an AG program you could infect a whole new generation of fig enthusiasts.
It isn't until someone has a fresh, off the tree fig, that will make them understand. Grow it, and they will come, lol. Take care, Mike
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With all those fig cuttings you're the richest guy in the fig community!
Suggest plant them or give them away. I am sure people gave the cuttings so the cuttings don't go to waste & to spread the love of figs. At end of fig cutting season (soon) if I have cuttings left I prepare an area in my garden & stick the cuttings (1 bud above ground). Keep moist all summer. End of summer I end up with a bunch of trees that I can give away or sell for a good cause. __________________
Pino, zone 6, Niagara,