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( Conadria Fig )
|Conadria is a vigorous tree bearing choice white fruit tinged with violet, thin skin, with white to red flesh. Choice, fine flavor. Figs ripen in June on old wood and often again in August on current year's wood. Ideal for eating fresh or preserves. Leaves are 3 or 5 lobed, from 4 to 10 inches long. Provides dense shade. Locate where ripe fruit will not drop on patios, terraces or drives. Tolerant of a wide variety of soils and loves heat. Does not need pollination. Grows best in hot climates.
Important Info : Protect young figs from pocket gophers by planting in large, wire baskets.
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