Figuier var. "Jolly tiger"

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viaggiatore971 a écrit le 19/10/2011 15:37 (ref msg # 31867 )
J'aime beaucoup le variété de figuier "Jolly tiger" qui semblait être venu du Japon.
Je sais qui est présent aux Etats-Unis, je voudrais savoir si quelqu'un sait si il y a aussi en Europe?

http://i56.tinypic.com/2ah5ic8.jpg


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bass a écrit le 24/10/2011 02:43 (ref msg # 31899 )
Hello,
The first picture is one that I took last summer. The tree is from Japan originally, it is probably from a branch of a variety called Masaui Dauphin. Some branches will be all green, and will need to be pruned off. It is a very rare tree. It is difficult to keep it variegated. The figs on the variegated branches are similar to Panache, but the fruit on the all green branches is a very large Black fig.


La première photo est celle que j'ai pris l'été dernier. L'arbre est à l'origine en provenance du Japon, il est probablement d'une succursale d'une variété appelée Masaui Dauphin. Certaines branches seront tous verts, et devront être élaguer. C'est un arbre très rare. Il est difficile de le tenir panachées. Les figues sur les branches panachées sont similaires à Panache, mais les fruits sur les branches tout vert est une figue noir énorme.
viaggiatore971 a écrit le 24/10/2011 07:01 (ref msg # 31900 )
what is your country?
If you want we can do some exchange of figs?
Which figs you interested in?
What do you think about the fig tree "jolly tiger" is a chimere?
Your fig tree is really beautiful!
bass a écrit le 24/10/2011 11:27 (ref msg # 31901 )
I'm in the USA,
Jolly Tiger is a Chimera, it is very beautiful fig, but the fruit does not like the any humidity and will spoil.
My website is http://www.treesofjoy.com

Bass
viaggiatore971 a écrit le 24/10/2011 11:45 (ref msg # 31902 )
We are testing rare figs very resistant to cold.
Their names are:
"Saint-Martin"
'Tardive des Vannes'
"Chisinau"

We consider that these figs are resistant to low temperatures if they have no problems - 20 or - 25 degrees Celsius.

If you want Bass, we can do exchange ?


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