HAVE: figs, figs and more figs
I have 100+ fig cuttings of 5 unidentified varieties.
They are all mixed together, and I have no clue what they are!
These are from a private garden up in Covington, TN in "payment" for my services pruning some unruly and over-grown fig plants.
They all bear good edible fruit and have been growing happily for over 20 years in the heavy clay soil and whacky weather conditions, famous for our area.