Fig – Lattarula (Italian Honey)

Fig (Ficus carica) – Lattarula (Italian Honey)
Quantity: 1
Location: 2nd Hugelkultur row bed
Purchased from Raintree Nursery
Planted: Spring 2011
USDA Zones: 7-11

Description from nursery: Among the most popular and widely adapted varieties. It has amber colored flesh and a yellow-green skin. Its fine quality for canning, drying and fresh eating, has earned it the name Italian Honey Fig.

Received plant in April from Raintree in a one gallon pot. I allowed the plant to break dormancy and leaf out and waited to plant in the ground until after the last frost.

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