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Where are you located? Ive read conflicting reports on what is needed to get these to produce.
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He's in S California. I imagine he's got the wasp. I have exactly 1 fig on one of my IC trees and am hoping it ripens - but I have not talked with anyone on the east coast who has had a ripe IC fig.
Not saying it won't ripen here in Va zone 7A - I just don't know anyone who has been successful with this very attractive variety.

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I have one with several small figs growing about the size of a quarter. The plant is @4' tall.

I think it will be several weeks before I know on this one.

Mike
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Mike,
Great please let me know if figs ripen.
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Definitely,

 Mike
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