CONADRIA fig cuttings - 2 dormant unrooted cuttings
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All my figs are container grown in Wisconsin. Cuttings were taken in late November after trees had gone dormant and have been stored in a fridge at 37-40 degrees. Container-grown Conadria ripens in Wisconsin without a greenhouse. Of the 45 varieties I grow, this one is my FAVORITE. You are bidding on 2 unrooted dormant cuttings of Conadria
figs4fun.com describes Conadria:
"Vigorous and precocious tree produces a good breba crop and a very good second crop. Yellow-green skinned figs have strawberry colored sweet flesh and are good for fresh eating and drying. They have a small eye and resist spoilage. Hybrid of White Adriatic and succulent Caprifig. Bred by Dr Ira Condit and released in 1957."
I’ve been growing and trialing figs in southwestern Wisconsin for 30 years. My focus was on container figs which will ripen in Wisconsin without a greenhouse, but now that I have an unheated hoophouse & I’ve been putting many varieties in the ground.
I am sacredgroveorganics on eBay and run a Facebook group called NORTHERN FIG GROWERS which has several thousand members. I also sell cuttings of currants, grapes, elderberries, willows, kiwis and scionwood of pears and mulberries.