I want them all for myself! Edit Release New Submission FIG Peer Review Journal. For sale are two (2) cuttings from my Smith fig tree. I got this new information first hand from the grandson of the immigrant who first brought it over into the New Orleans Area. Hi Clay. If you look at the Smith figs on my fig Blog (Dans Cajun Figs) you can see what the awesome tasting ones will look like. Useful. He and his grandpa were in the potting shed planting fig cuttings. ... Be the first to review “Smith Farms Fig Preserves” Cancel reply. Add to cart. Even in my climate, i have to protect it which is why I dug mine up after all these years. I told the fig world many years ago how good Smith figs were. Why use similes? I am trying to find the other three Croatian figs that came over with the one we call Smith. Right now this is the best fig in my collection, overall (not just taste, but considering numerous factors). Ask them to chop the tree into the cuttings and ship the wood. What is your climate? In my zone I would highly recommend taking them off should they form......to allow both main crop figs time enough to fully ripen.. ........and I bet that no one on this forum or any of the other fig forums knows that LSU Gold was once one of those "lost" LSU hybrids!! If it's so, Dan, then the tree I've bought as a TXBA-1 isn't one because the Smiths I have won't let go of their figs and the TXBA-1 (not?) I dug up my huge Smith last Fall and placed it in a half 55g SWP. After his research the expert could not identify the Smith with any fig he was aware of. Quantity. Subscribe Here. Tight eye resists splitting and souring. Dan, Did you say the Smith is the same as the TXBA-1? I planted 2 Smiths in ground and have an extra in a 5 gallon. Bob C. KC, MO Zone 6a. I've never heard that Smith and TXBA-1 are the same variety. I have had good results rooting in Coir. Winter by Ali Smith review – wise, generous and a thing of grace ... a fig tree grew from her staff. All times are GMT-5. If their sweetness is then combined with some thinly sliced Parma or Serrano ham. Pollination: Self Pollination Was this review helpful? An excellent fig for the western US, the Desert King Fig produces high quality, rich large breba figs with a white flecked, thin green skin and a strawberry flesh. The expert was sure the original cutting came from Europe. Similes can 2 Photos. It produces well in humid areas, but is also cold sensitive. One consideration to keep in mind is that, regardless of hardiness rating, the timing of a cold spell can impact a fig … It will get a drop of clear, sweet, sticky substance at the eye and it you collect enough of it, you can eat it like candy. Opera is as boring as watching paint dry. I have hyped this fig on both fig forums and on my fig blog. Knock knock Who's there? Can ants and fruit flies get inside? Smith will definitely fruit in a semi shaded area but the figs might not develop that awesome taste without direct sunlight hitting them. Even in my climate, i have to protect it which is why I dug mine up after all these years. I have recently traced its origin to Croatia. I too am happy to see your commentary here Dan...It's a Marine Corps tradition....be direct. : + 612 9514 8732) Curriculum Vitae: To be added. Smith is a different kind of fig. ... Point D in Fig. Direct, blunt, and never retreat or give ground to nonsense. It will get a drop of clear, sweet, sticky substance at the eye and it you collect enough of it, you can eat it like candy. There is a breba on my mature Smith in my greenhouse, still small. Nope #9. It produces large yellow fruit with a sweet red flesh. Where in CA are you? Go figure.
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