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paully22

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Green house grown Nero600 in pot culture - roots in ground. Vigorous. Good taste.

VdB pictured with Nero600. Better taste is VdB.

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Gorgeous -- thanks for posting these photos!
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WOW!! Beautiful Figs! Great Photos, can't wait for mine after looking at yours, thanks for posting! : )
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Nice. I rooted a few Nero 600 (from a discount source), but many were stunted (fmv?), only kept the most vigorous one, here on sand vigour is a must...besides taste, which does best for you?
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Well at least I know what to expect out of my Nero600. Frost killed my tree back earlier this year so I probably won't see anything for another year. 
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Very nice!  
Someone mentioned that in PNW VdB and Negronne are the same fig.  It seems in N.E. there is another VdB in circulation with very narrow leaves. 

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Can you post a picture of just your leaves please. I wanted to see the shape of them
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