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Share a picture of fig tree

Posted by philly_gardener 6 PA (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 26, 10 at 12:21

I found this picture on the internet:

Does anyone know what variety this is?

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From some description I read that this type of fig has been growing in mid-west China for over 1,000 years. It was originally brought in from Turkey or other central Asia countries.

RE: Share a picture of fig tree

Very nice looking figs. If you look closely you will notice these figs are growing on older wood, which means these are a breba crop.
There are many varieties that produce breba crops that can be similar to these figs.


RE: Share a picture of fig tree

I am new to figs. The yellow color, the bigger size, and the odd shape all look un-usual to me.

RE: Share a picture of fig tree

This fig look's very similar to my St.Pio fig.But mine are just a little smaller.My tree came from Italy.

RE: Share a picture of fig tree

Thats a Xinjiang fig

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