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Strawberry Verte
seattlefiggirl From Zone 8
Rating For: Strawberry Verte

Strawberry Verte ripen in Mid- October in Seattle, WA Fruit size: Medium Sweetness: 6/10 very mild Flavor: not flavorful/ lack of flavor, this is an Adriatic type of fig. And, due to the heavy rain we get beginning in October in my area this fig wasn't as flavorful as I expected from the high reviews others have mention. I think this variety is better suited to dry climates. There are other Adriatic figs types that do ripen in the same time as Strawberry Verte, but has much better flavor. Difficulties with growing Adriatic varieties in Seattle, WA is ripening time. Does it ripen in time? Secondly, will it split under heavy rain? Thirdly, how is the flavor? I'm not impress with this variety for my area. However if you shuffle/ greenhouse this variety I think it will be a great fig. I'm testing Adriatic figs that will ripen without shuffling. So the same fig under different growing conditions will have different outcomes. I'm not willing to shuffle this particular variety since I already have White Madeira to shuffle. Overall rating: 6/10 (my rating reflect: without shuffling)

Saint Rita
seattlefiggirl From Zone 8
Rating For: Saint Rita

Ripen on October 15, 2021 in Seattle, WA Ripening: Mid to late October It does not need any shuffling in our area, however I think it would be better suited potted due to its ripening date. This is the first time it ripen for me so in a couple of years i can give a better more accurate review on this variety. Overall i really like it, think its worth growing in my area.

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