Apparently, I need a better wind screen. In spite of the wind noise, I hope you still find this fig tasting helpful. Paradiso Genova in the Fig Variety Database
Now all I need is cream. The Olympian in the Fig Variety Database
This is its second season in ground and I acquired it as a tissue culture from Salad Beard Farm. I don’t wanna judge this variety prematurely, but if I don’t see an improvement, this one is gonna go. Little Ruby in the Fig Variety Database
If you like large figs… Magnolia in the Fig Variety Database as Brunswick
I totally didn’t expect this flavor. Nexoe in the Fig Variety Database
I was pleasantly surprised by the flavor of this honey 🍯 fig. I forgot to mention in the video that I received this as a tissue culture from Salad Beard Farms. The Lattarula in the Fig Variety Database The White Marseilles in the Fig Variety Database
Picking off figlets this time of year can improve lignification and produce larger and tastier figs
That crazy deer!
After posting a fig tasting of a Brown Turkey fig that ended up not being a Brown Turkey, it seemed an appropriate time to discuss why we should verify our fig varieties. If you are not already a member of the OurFigs Forum, check it out: OurFigs. OurFigs also has a page dedicated to listing […]
I received this as a Brown Turkey. Is it a Southern, California or English? Can anybody help me identify which? Apparently, it is NOT even a Brown Turkey. The consensus seems to be that it is a Hardy Chicago/Mt Etna type.