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Friday 5th March, 2021
Fig Tree Wounds

Fig tree wounds it hurts just to look at them. Some minor wounds can be repairable. Either by applying a tree sealer. The best treatment for the minor wound is to ignore it. Yes, you heard me right, the tree can heal itself, the tree in nature can attempt to repair the damage layer without …

Sunday 14th February, 2021
Fig Guide: From Fig Cuttings to Fig Tree

Here in the Seattle, Washington also known as Pacific Northwest (PNW) we have roughly three months before we start transiting our newly rooted cuttings outdoors. The start of the fig shuffling. I had made a video a year ago, when I mention I bought some figs online in Early Spring, at times find myself disappointed …

Sunday 14th February, 2021
Fig Guide: Tips for Newbie

This was the first article I wrote back in August. A few tips for anyone new to growing figs. 1. Research: before buying. Ourfigs.com forum is the best place for researching, growingfruits.org and or the many fig groups on Facebook. 2. Buying Local: it can be a local nursery or other fig growers you may …


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LSU Scott's Yellow
Rigo007 From Zone 10
Rating For: LSU Scott's Yellow

Huge fig, closed eye for the most part. Handles the rains well. Taste is of honey but not flavorful enough for us to keep in our collection.

LSU Improved Celeste
Rigo007 From Zone 10
Rating For: LSU Improved Celeste

Excellent variety to add, specially for the South, with hot and humid climates. Early season (as you can see from my pictures) they look red and the eye, pretty much closed. Mid-season, skin color is more of a caramel color with appealing ribbing showing thru but eye is a little open then. Handles rain pretty well, considering that in South Florida, rains are brutal. It is a sugar fig that I highly recommend.

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