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The common fig tree has been cultivated since ancient times and grows wild in dry and sunny areas, with deep and fresh soil; also in rocky areas, from sea level to 1,700 metres. It prefers relatively light free-draining soils, and can grow in nutritionally poor soil.

The edible fig is one of the first plants that was cultivated by humans. Nine subfossil figs of a parthenocarpic (and therefore sterile) type dating to about 9400–9200 BC were found in the early Neolithic village Gilgal I (in the Jordan Valley, 13 km north of Jericho). The find precedes the domestication of wheat, barley, and legumes, and may thus be the first known instance of agriculture. It is proposed that this sterile but desirable type was planted and cultivated intentionally, one thousand years before the next crops were domesticated (wheat and rye).

Figs contain diverse phytochemicals under basic research for their potential biological properties, including polyphenols, such as gallic acid, chlorogenic acid, syringic acid, (+)-catechin, (−)-epicatechin and rutin. Fig color may vary between cultivars due to various concentrations of anthocyanins, with cyanidin-3-O-rutinoside having particularly high content.

Creme di Mora Another unique seedling found in a ditch outside of a ranch on the side of the road near almond and plum orchards. This fruity mixed berry flavored fig found in close proximity to the kiwi fig, the creme di mango fig and a couple others we have yet to release. This fig has a tight eye is of medium size. There is a distinct mixed fruit or blackberry and strawberry-like flavor with a creamy texture with hint of banana. This is another rich tasting fig which I've come to love. The interior is very dark burgundy red like blackberry and exterior is black/blue-ish. skin is medium thick . Creme di Mora ( Blackberry Cream) dries well on tree without spoilage or fermenting. Common! Does not require the wasp. I do not know if there is a breba crop. This fig ripens early to mid season in zone 9b....See More about %s
This is an offer for 3 cuttings/scions of Creme di Fragola. Sacred Origin's Crema di Fragola a 2020 New release.

Crema di Fragola are large green figs with a jammy bright blood red interior. Strawberry and rhubarb pie flavors.

Dries well on the tree. As fig ripens and starts to dehydrate you can taste background notes of cinnamon, bergamont and perilla. Complex and concentrated strawberry flavor with a slight tart rhubarb notes reminiscent of strawberry rhubarb pie with a cream topping. This is one of the best tasting figs Iv'e ever had in all of my fig hunting experiences thus far. If I could only grow one fig this would be it. This is a very obvious seedling as its growing between olive trees in a very old olive orchard of the olive capital of Northern California.

Chewy thick skin that you will want to eat even if you don't normally eat skins. The eye is tight, no sign of bugs, rot or mold in any of the figs I picked.

Tree is productive and I imagine if the tree was watered, the figs would be giant. I typically find larger figs to be diluted in flavor which is not the case with Crema di Fragola. Due to the thicker skin and tight eye, I would predict this fig does well in rainy climates without splitting.

Delicious must have fig.

My three year old typically only eats the inside of the figs and hands me the skin, with crema di fragola she shoves an entire half of the fig into her mouth and eats the skin on these. Common Fig that does not require pollination. I am not sure yet if it has a breba or just main crop....See More about %s

This is an offer or 3 cuttings (scions).

Sacred Origin's Cherry Pie a 2020 New release 6-10 inches long. Sacred Origin's "Cherry Pie" is a new fig im excited to share with the community. I have tested it and found it to be common. It does not require pollination or fig wasp. This fig looks similar to the "Crema di Fragola" aka Strawberry Cream fig I recently posted about, but this one is sweeter with a cherry pie flavor. Cherry pie is also more yellow on the outside. This is a unique seedling found in a culvert ditch on the side of a road in the Olive Capital of Northern California. What comes to mind immediately when tasting this gem is the little pies I used to get as a kid that had a frosting glazed over it. This is another top notch fig that I could brag on about for days. I am in awe at how rich and satisfying this fig is. You will want this fig in your collection! I cannot wait for others to try. The skin is delicious and edible on this variety and you will want to eat it. I am not sure about the breba crop. This tree appears to be very productive some nodes had two rather large figs. The eye on most of the ripe figs appeared slightly open but with a drop of blood red honey closing it up. I did not come across any rotten or molded ones. I imagine this fig is going to hold up well in the rain and be resistant to splitting. The figs started to ripen mid season. "Cherry Pie" dehydrates on the tree without fermenting. The mother tree does not receive irrigation or water and I imagine these somewhat large figs become even bigger with watering.

You will not be disappointed with this fig and it will likely be one of the top best tasting figs you will ever experience.

Note for picts: The orange colored fig pictured with the "cherry pie" is the very productive and delicious apricot and banana flavored LiVolsi fig yet to be released. coming soon!...See More about %s

Creme di Mora Scions/Cuttings Creme di Mora Scions/Cuttings $120.00 Buy Now
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