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Abetroune
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Abetroune. Described and illustrated by Mann (1939a); named after place of origin; regarded as one of the earliest varieties at Tizi-Rached, Algeria.

Tree productive and vigorous; leaves almost entire, or sometimes 5-lobed. Profichi large, up to 2 inches in diameter, pyriform, with medium stalk; color green, sometimes tinged with violet at maturity; eye scales green, or rose-tinted; interior violet.

Condit Group
Caprifigs with Violet or Purple Interior and Green Tinged Skin with Darker Shades of Brown or Violet
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Type
Caprifig
Non-Carica
No
Origin
Algeria
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Beginner
Poor
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Container Adaptable
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