JH Adriatic Fig Tasting

I forgot to mention in the video that this is its second season in ground, but it went in late last year. It died back to the ground over winter. This tree was started as a cutting from MountainFigs. JH Adriatic in the Fig Variety Database

Adriatic Fig Family in The Fig Variety Database

A little while back, my friend Ross Raddi over at FigBoss.com posted a YouTube video entitled Adriatic Figs: What that Means. So this seems like a good opportunity to share a feature of the Fig Variety Database. If you will go to the Fig Variety Database, scroll down to the “Family” dropdown, select “Adriatic”, scroll […]

Alma Fig Tasting

This honey fig has potential. Alma in the Fig Variety Database

Collecting the LSU Fig Varieties

Since the LSU fig varieties were bred for southern climates, they are among the most collected for dixie growers. But even northern fig lovers appreciate the LSU figs and grow them in containers, performing the fig shuffle, and even planting them in ground. It began back in the mid-1950’s, when Ed Oโ€™Rourke joined the LSU […]

Archipel Fig Tasting

I finally broke down and ordered some Tanglefoot to battle the ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ Tanglefoot on Amazon Archipel in the Fig Variety Database

Principles for When to Pick Figs

See the video presentation at the bottom. Figs in This Video Teramo fig tasting Teramo in the Fig Variety Database Lattarula fig tasting Lattarula in the Fig Variety Database Little Ruby fig tasting Little Ruby in the Fig Variety Database Ronde de Bordeaux fig tasting Ronde de Bordeaux in the Fig Variety Database Olympian fig […]

Teramo Unknown (Nebo?) Fig Tasting

Ross over at FigBoss.com suggested that the Teramo Unknown fig may be the same as the Nebo. Are they? Teramo Unknown in the Fig Variety Database Nebo in the Fig Variety Database Previous Nebo Fig Tasting

Violette de Bordeaux Fig Tasting

If you like ๐Ÿท or even if you donโ€™t, youโ€™ll love this fig. Violette de Bordeaux in the Fig Variety Database