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ADelmanto

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These were all harvested from my collection this year over the last few weeks. It's been a good year so far.

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Thanks for posting some beautiful pictures. If I had more room, I would be wanting to add some of those.
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Hardiness zone 9, Heat zone  2 or 3 in a good summer (greenhouse makes all the difference to varieties I can ripen)
Growing white marseilles, col de dame blanc, noire de caromb, madeleine des deux saisons, pingo de mel, brown turkey, ronde de bordeaux, rouge de bordeaux, petite negri, sucre vert and sultane.
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Great pics...thanks!
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Beautiful figs!

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Nice.  Thanks
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Nice pictures,thanks
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Beautiful!
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Nice! Thanks for sharing.
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Are they grown in the ground or in pots. Trying to add some hardy varieties,. Am willing to purchase cuttings, that I can grow in the ground.
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Thanks for sharing
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Hi,
Nice diversity !

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Beautiful! how was the Atreano? 
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Beautiful! how was the Atreano? 


I may be the worst one possible to ask "How did it taste?" They all taste great. Some are different in flavor profile but I can't think of a ripe fig in my collection I haven't liked. I've only tasted 2 ripe figs that I was like "No thanks". I did not take cuttings from those.

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Are they grown in the ground or in pots. Trying to add some hardy varieties,. Am willing to purchase cuttings, that I can grow in the ground.


I would guess that from the figs above about half were in pots and half in ground. I do sell cuttings in the fall. I'll have a list put together around Thanksgiving.

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Great pictures and nice to see all those varieties grown in the northeast. Thanks
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I would guess that from the figs above about half were in pots and half in ground. I do sell cuttings in the fall. I'll have a list put together around Thanksgiving.


I'd be interested in getting some cuttings in the fall.
Especially the in-ground unknowns.
Looking forward to the list in November!
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Do you fertilize? If so with what? I am waiting on my first to ripen still (slow this year) but I really don't fertilize. They look great. Congrats.
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Great pix, thank you for posting them!  I have several of those unknown varieties, and the cuttings came from you.  They've all turned out pretty well, too!
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Nice collection. Thanks for the pictures
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Which of your in ground varieties appears to the most productive with the least dieback? Thank you for posting.
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Of the in ground varieties that have ripened so far (it's still early in NJ) I'd have to say the most productive have been Galbun, Patrick Super Giant, and U. Algerian. I'll be looking for more figs today.

Varieties are still available. Remember up to 8 fit in a box.
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ADelmanto:  Great fig collection.   I would be very interested in getting a few cuttings from your wonderful collection of figs when you are ready to prune them in the fall.  Please add my email address (chandra.harish0102@gmail.com) in your list of those interested.  Thanks.  
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