5717Re: [pfaf] fig trees
- Jul 15 1:21 PMI thought Houston was hot?
Figs are prolific here in Istria. Half the time people just let the fruit fall on the ground, which is a pity, as they are easy to dry and provide tasty fibre for the winter months.
On 15/07/2011 22:00, Dee Harris wrote:
I've know people who have grown figs here in Houston, Texas. However, our winters have been getting colder and colder.
--- On Fri, 7/15/11, dennis@... <dennis@...> wrote:
From: dennis@... <dennis@...>
Subject: Re: [pfaf] fig trees
Date: Friday, July 15, 2011, 12:56 PM
I never imagined that anyone would try to grow figs in Norway! People have a hard time growing them in North Carolina and it gets hot in in the summer. Figs are not very tolerant of cold weather.Dennis-------Original Message-------I have ( had) - tried"brown turkey", King and Galbongot to kjnow these should be hardy figs that are grown in alpine condidions in France..but they are not sufficiently hardy to stand a Norwegian winter- above ground.I got holod of Afgan figs, that should be even hardier,but they died befor beeing able to show how hardy they should be...Any help out there ???Geir Flatabø
2011/7/15 mIEKAL aND <qazingulaza@...>No one on my other lists have offered a satisfactory ID of these but I
know you guys won't let me down. Lotsa pictures on the page include a
good one of the leaves.
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