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Fig tree identification

Posted by purovargas 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 18, 13 at 14:11

Hello, I am from San Antonio,TX. and I just wanted to know if anyone can help identify this fig tree that is growing in my grandmothers backyard. A fig tree has been growing for years in her backyard in another spot and died but this one popped up I am guessing from it. It has given two crops and I keep missing the ripe ones every time I go to see how they taste.
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^^^FIrst crop of figs to arrive back in May
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I took some cutting so I can grow them at home.
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Still first crop
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Now last week I went back and a new different looking fig fruit is on there.


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Tasted like a cross between a peach and a melon. It was weird!


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