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Latest Fig Reviews


Black Tuscan
Rigo007 From Zone 10
Rating For: Black Tuscan
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Black Tuscan, the #1 tasting fig for South Florida. Thick skin, nice seed crunch, strong berry flavor, jammy and rain proof. If we get rid of our entire collection, this variety is here to stay and multiply.

Italian 258
Willylunsford From Zone 7
Rating For: Italian 258
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One of my favorite varieties in my collection. Produces tons of fruit consistently and ripens in time. Fruit averages 30g, is syrupy, has a light berry flavor, is very sweet, and has a tad bit of spiciness. The flavor is unique from my other berry fig. Highly Recommended Variety.

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  • I enjoy being a Figdatabase member. I was able to connect with other fig members in a different way compared to ourfigs and facebook fig groups. the unique design of own list and wishlist makes it easy for me to look for others who have what im looking for and see their wishlist if there is something i can offer to trade. this makes makes discussing trading simple. I can also gift cuttings or plants to other members i know is looking for that particular variety. I can share my opinions of figs varieties and how it does in my zone for others to see and compare notes. thank you figdatabase for all the things you have contribute to the fig community! i highly recommend anyone who is not a yet member to join to see what is all about!

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