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livetaswim06

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I think any variety you got from dausername should be suspect as to what it actually is. I would happily send you a cutting this fall from my tree.
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Growing: Panache Tiger, VdB, Burbank & Vineland, Falls Gold, Strawberry Verte, Atreano, Fico Preto, El Molino, Very Unk. Mission
Milehighfig

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Well, you live and you learn. I wont make that mistake again. Thank you for the offer but KyFig has graciously offered to send me a plant. From the picture I saw, itll be the nicest looking plant in my collection. Thanks again for the offer though.
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It took four years but this is the first time that fruit appears on my Panache . As with everything else, patience pays...


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laukarlueng

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I guess the pic in the post above answers part of my question which is: When do the stripes on a Panache fig start to become prominent?

I can see that they start out all green in the pic above. Does it happen toward the end of their ripening? Thanks!
adipose

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You can see stripes pretty early.  Long before ripening.  And stripes in the wood, too.
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laukarlueng

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Originally Posted by adipose
You can see stripes pretty early.  Long before ripening.  And stripes in the wood, too.


Thanks!
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