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Great Royaldevon 2021-09-25 7:14

Hello Jorge,

How coincidental that both you and Jean should post photographs of fig fruits.
Was it possible to save these fruits and ripen them indoors? I sometimes take tomatoes from my plants, which haven't ripened before mid autumn, and ripen them inside, in a drawer.

It is unusual to see fruits on a tree without leaves, but the photograph is sharp and informative.

My warm regards,
Bev :-)

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Old 09-25-2021, 07:25 PM
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bev

our climate isn't nice for figs, even during the regular summer they aren't sweet as the ones in mediterranian area. our summer is very humid and the winter can be changeable a lot, what fig tree hates.
in some good years we can get some nice fruits. these fruits in the image were so young and they didn't get time to reach the final point of maturation, they dried green, nobody could to save them.

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