Input on Scott's Black figs in South Louisiana, please
I would like some input on Scott's Black figs in South Louisiana, please.
Do the trees do well here? How do the figs fare in humid/wet weather when they're ripening? Do they sour and split easily, or are they worth trying? Do they have open, or closed eyes? Is the skin edible, too?
One person on F4F lives nearby and said he'd be glad to let me go taste these figs when his get ripe and I'm excited about that. Can hardly wait. :)
Thanks so much,