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ID this fig please?

Posted by budbackeast FLORIDA (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 18, 12 at 12:40

Figs are ripening daily here in Florida. Here are the purple figs I've grown for a decade. Does anybody know what variety these figs might be? Very tasty figs, and medium/large in size.

Please note that these guys are over-ripe. I like 'em mushy-sweet.


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RE: ID this fig please?

it looks like Adriano's version of Sal's (Corleone) www.adrianosfigtrees.com However I seen this fig have an amber center, light pink center, and a dark red center almost like yours. So who has the real Sal's Corleone? if you can take a picture of the figs beside a quarter for reference it may help narrow it down also a shot of the tree might be helpful. good luck with the classification.


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RE: ID this fig please?

Chomp chomp, burp. We need a photo beside a quarter.? Too late!

Will wait a few days and get a new photo. Thanks!


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ever get anymore ripe figs to take pic's of?


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RE: ID this fig please?

Oops! The figs go from the tree to me before I take pix.
Okay, here are a few new larger photos. Blackish-purple figs:


and here is a different tree, with elongated black figs:

Any idea what varieties these might be?


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