Fig Variety Details

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Variety
Perticone
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Description
Condit

Described and illustrated by Baldini (1953) from Firenze, Italy.

Tree vigorous, with light-green terminal buds. Leaves mostly 5-lobed, the lobes spatulate and obtuse; upper sinuses deep, moderately open; base cordate; margin crenate.

Brebas long-pyriform, with indistinct neck; stalk thick, inserted obliquely on the receptacle; eye large, open; color dark green, flushed with brown toward the apex; light flecks numerous, prominent; pulp solid, light red; seeds numerous.

Second-crop figs spherical, without neck; stalk thick, short; eye large, open; ribs indistinct; color light green; light flecks numerous; pulp light red; seeds numerous. Consumed fresh and dried; also used for processing into marmalade.

Family
Type
Common
Readily Available?
No
Gateway?
No
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Breba Crop

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