Tuesday, September 17, 2013
This tree is one of only 2 that produced main crop figs in their first year from cuttings. The other was LSU Tiger. That one was half eaten by some animal, and spoiled before I could taste it.
This is not a known variety for the Pacific NW. That it grew in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, which become colder than here, gives me some confidence.
I intend to protect the tree from some of the winter weather this year. The new growth is greener than growth on older fig trees, so might be more frost tender. Plus, there are animals that eat the bark, during the winter.
Nice, big, juice fig. Mild sweeet flavor, somewhat like Lattarula. I like this fig, and have big hopes for it next year.