San Miro Piro is my best breba variety. Only a few figs on a little tree in pot but relatively large with honey-like flavor.
San Miro Piro, Sultane, Bianchetta, Palermo Red figs, among the earliest this year, good and sweet:
Haven’t ripened GM-140 yet. Said to be a gray skin fig. Currently shows figs doubled up at some nodes:
This De Tres Esplets fig ripe today was either a held-over fig or is a breba fig, probably held over winter as a very small fig. Nice sweet jelly, light, near berry flavor.
Serviceberries aka Juneberries ripening:
First crop figs and first leaves forming on garage-protected figs, late March:
Pawpaw buds of several days ago: A couple weeks later (March 6), the fuzzy fruit buds begin to blossom, below, after a few broken limbs were clipped and put into a vase of water. No roots can be expected to form, so without roots … not enough energy to fruit: … Continue reading Spring Snow and Fruit Trees