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They are not deliberately pollinated, though I did find what might have been a wasp in one of them. But I don't have any significant fig wasp population.
I'm still searching for the fig that tastes better than Panache, though I haven't been looking that long. __________________ Wish List:
niagara black, bordisotte negra, brogiotto bianco, Noire de Caromb, sweetheart fig
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__________________ ~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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I love this fig! It's a great-tasting fig AND beautiful! I will need to update my wish list!
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
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looking forward to seeing my panache fruit, very interesting variety thanks for all the details, I didn't realise how tasty this one is very good. I have 3 cuttings I planted 1 in each pot, 2 standing vertically partly in soil & out in the open over soil & one planted horizontally completely submerged in soil at Cabramatta/Fairfield. 1 of the vertical ones already sprouting & shed its first layer of shelling skin on its new top shoot. __________________ Organic Grow aka FruitTreeHugger-
Passion for Fruit trees that's out of this world.