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John from Figs4Fun wrote:
My Panachee tree has two limbs that produce a green only fruit, and a local CRFGer verified that sometimes a limb or tree will "revert" to the fig from which Panachee was previously taken as a sport. It has much less tendency to split than Panachee. In San Diego it tastes identical to Panachee, but ripens 4-6 weeks earlier (even though it is naturally occuring, not grafted) on the same tree. Panachee does not always ripen reliably in my climate, but Reverse does more so.
So it is an identical fig as Panache except for the fact that it lost it's variagations and stripes.