Fig Variety Details

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Variety
Pajajero
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NPGS ID
AKA
Description
Condit

Described by Escribano y Perez (1884) as grown in Murcia, Spain, for its second crop; used for eating fresh as well as for drying. P.I. No. 58,663, introduced from Málaga in 1927 as Blanquilla, proved to be the same as Pajajero at Riverside. See also short account by Condit (1925).

Tree is of medium size. Leaves rather small, shallowly lobed. Figs globular, below medium to small, up to 1-1/4 inches long; stalk short and thick; skin color greenish yellow; pulp rose-colored, juicy and sweet.

Family
Type
Common
Readily Available?
Yes
Gateway?
No
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Main Crop

Main Season
Main Flavor Group
Main Skin Color
greenish yellow
Main Pulp Color
Rose
Main Eye
Main Flesh Color
Main Drying Suitable?
Main Preserves Suitable?
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Breba Crop

Breba?
Breba Skin Color
Breba Pulp Color
Breba Flesh Color
Breba Eye
Breba Flavor Group
Breba Drying Suitable?
Breba Preserves Suitable?
Breba Wasps Required?
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Climate

Cold Hardy?
Zone
Wind Resistant?
Good Container Variety?
Easy Rooting?
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