Here is picture of my young Panache, time will tell what this plant does in a container in my climate.
Very nice Martin I'm also exited to have this variety and would also like to Thank
I hope it will bear well for you. It's a very beautiful tree, with the striped branches and figs. It is a late bearer which will not grow well in the ground but in the container it wouldn't be a problem.
Sal I'm sure it will do well in your climate. Good luck with it.
I'm glad all the catalog pics aren't exaggerating the beautiful color of the interior.
Looks like you have a big yard.
I can see about 30 or 40 fig trees planted in the ground.
Ah i thanked Bass ( Bonsaist) on the other fig forum and forgot here as was in rush.
So thanks Bass and look forward to others .
One question about Panache.
In family of figs Dark and White ( green etc)
This type is neither and falls into it own category called "Chimera" i thought i may have read that category in Gustavs or another old reading a good while back please correct me if wrong ?
Martin, I think it falls in the green variety.
here's a similar fig to Panache that turn purple when ripe.
Bassem you can sure come up with nice pictures.
May i ask what is that fig called , i never saw anything like that one .
This variety is called portajal rimada. It is grown in Mallorca, Spain.
Thanks Bass. ; )
The Panache variety is so beautiful,
it looks like mini air balloon!
Wish I have this lovely variety of fig!