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Carr Fig - 2 Fig Cuttings

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TheMillennialGardener WINNABOW, NC US
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PAYPAL ONLY. NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING. NO SHIPPING TO ALASKA AND HAWAII. NO SHIPPING OF LIVE PLANTS TO CALIFORNIA, BUT SHIPPING CUTTINGS TO CALIFORNIA IS FINE.
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  • Quantity of Cuttings per Purchase 2

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For sale are two (2) cuttings from my Carr fig tree.  The cuttings you will receive will be approximately 6-10 inches in length and will have no less than 3 nodes.  I will cut them fresh prior to shipping.

The Carr fig tree is a tree that grows in the wilds of Northern California.  It's named "Carr" because it came dangerously close to being burned in the Carr Fire of 2018 and narrowly escaped.  It is unknown if the tree is a wild tree grown from seed or if someone planted it.  I took a chance on some cuttings that I received from a confidant to test if it is a common fig, and it was!  This fig is common and will set fruit without pollination, so anyone can grow this wonderful fig.

My initial impressions are that this is a fig similar to a "Black Mission Type," although it definitely is not Black Mission.  It is, in my opinion, vastly superior to Black Mission.  The figs are on the larger side, easily growing to be 50-60 grams or larger.  The fig has a very tight, sometimes closed eye, so it is extremely resistant to pests and ants don't seem to have interest in this variety in my climate.  But what really set this fig apart was its stellar performance in heavy rain.  This was, easily, one of the best performers in my wet, rainy, humid summer climate.  Despite nearly 90 inches of rain this past year, this fig performed as one of the best, which is unusual considering how large it is.  It's unusual for a fig this large to perform so well in the rain and resist bursting and splitting.

In terms of flavor, I would consider this fig to have a mix of a light berry and melon/honey flavor.  It is somewhere in between a honey and berry fig, which makes it fairly complex.  The flavor is delicate and moderately sweet, so it is a fig that you can eat a lot of without it being too intense.  Because of the incredible performance of this fig in my challenging climate, I will be planting it in ground this spring.

Very few people have this fig, and I'm happy to share it with the community.

See the YouTube video linked for my review and taste test.

For more information on the figs I grow, including taste tests, reviews and how-to videos, visit my YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAXUwGU47XVY-0lH9qhUr1Q

You may find all my listings here: https://www.figbid.com/Browse?Seller=TheMillennialGardener


If you would like to bid on my other listings within a reasonable timeframe, I will combine shipping up to 10 total fig cuttings in a single shipment.  Please send me a message stating your intentions to bid on other listings.  If you are successful, I will modify the other invoice(s) and deduct shipping, so hold out on payment on the later invoices so I may combine shipping.

 

I ship my cuttings Priority USPS flat rate.  As you are probably aware, USPS is struggling with delivery times due to staff shortages, budget issues and COVID regulations. While I commit to getting your order in the mail as soon as possible, I cannot guarantee your package will arrive on-time given USPS's struggles.  I am not responsible for delayed or lost packages.  If you commit to this purchase, you are consenting that you are aware of these delivery issues and are willing to proceed.