Show Off Your Figs "This year Harvest"


#181

10-12-2019 Figo Preto, Black Madeira, Verdal Longue, Large Green Madeira.


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#183

Last few of the season here.


#184

White Madeira #1 is really tasty fig. Thanks Steven for swapping.

Tony


#185

Wow! This looks perfectly ripened, Tony! Amazing for this late in the season when the weather gets cooler. Is the flavor similar to Black Madeira?


#186

It is Jammies, better than Battaglia Green and the rest of the Adriatic type of figs. Right there with the Black Madeira. Btw, Soccoro Black is a excellent fig with all these top tiers.

Tony

Black Madeira


#187

Good Lord those are huge and look great! Thanks for sharing


#188

Great Pics everyone and what an awesome varieties you guys have, hope some day I can chive in! Thanks for sharing


#189

its interesting that one of the smallest (dwarf) trees produces the biggest figs, at least among the ones I’ve seen!


#190

Picked these today. Can not believe I am still harvesting figs ! :sunglasses:

Sweet Joy 10-24-2019

U. Prosciutto 10-24-2019


#191

My last Strawberry Verte of the season…


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Black Madeira KK left and Figo Preto right harvested today 10-29-2019 :sunglasses:



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Longue d’Aout ( LDA ) 10-29-2019

GM 172 (Gozo Girl) 10-29-2019


#195

Carini 10-29-2019

Genovese Nero AF 11-01-2019

Can use use few more days but picked due to hard frost was coming.


#196


Left to right: Littman’s, Den Amoros, Bordissot Negra Rimada, Socorro Green


#197

These harvested today 11-11-2019 :sunglasses:

Black Tuscan 11-11-2019


Black Maderia KK 11-11-2019


#198

Your figs look amazing. Love seeing your varieties. Thank you for sharing. I hope to one day have my own to show


#199

All these beautiful pictures have me itching to take on more projects! I’m constantly amazed by the diversity.

@SMC_zone6 Are you growing any in ground, or is everything in pots or otherwise protected?


#200

I do a mix of pots and in ground. I tend to get a fair amount of vole damage on my in ground figs, so that’s making me reconsider how many varieties I can have and how I can grow them.