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Monstreuse

Posted by Tony3 6b (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 20, 12 at 9:28

My first Monstreuse figs. Excellent! Heavy bearer of large tasty figs north of Philadelphia PA. These figs were grown in a pot. I got a few late figs last year that never ripened. This year the plant has about 50 figs.


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Very nice. Is that the Monstreuse from UC Davis?

Joe


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Just Fruit and Exotics in Florida, same as my Black Jack.


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Looks fantastic, I just got my Monstreuse from another member and I can't wait to try these figs. Is Black Jack and Monstreuse the only 2 fig trees you have? I have a few cultivars maybe we can trade some cuttings. if your interested send me an email and I'll give you a list of all I have. I even have a few rooted figs and other edible plants ready to ship now if you want to trade plant for plant.


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Nice photo!
The leaves and fruit look the same as mine from Rolling River Nursery. You're right, it is one of the best tasting white figs.


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Hey EL, how can I email you? I also have English Brown Turkey, Celeste, White Genoa, Conadria, Beall, Florentine, Gentile, and Madelein Des Deux Saisons. Rooted cuttings of English Brown Turkey, White Genoa, and Beall.


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Nice!

I have one of these (a wee baby) that I got through a California Rare Fruit Growers raffle. I put it in the ground this winter, and it looks pretty happy.


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ediblelandscaping.sc@gmail.com I'm sorry for the late reply I've been very busy so haven't been on GW lately. I'd love to trade a few cuttings with you I have some nice ones but we'll talk more via email.


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