Moro de Caneva Rooted cutting. No Reserve
A very special old Italian fig
- Variety Name Moro de Caneva
- Item # 23707132
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My Apologies to those showing interest and bidding in the original listing. We were attempting to fix the listing from "local pickup only" to "shipping" and we did not know the whole listing would re boot in a way as to lose the original bidders and activity. we would l have never done that purposely. Rookie mistake. We will cover the cost of shipping on this listing.
Early. Cold hardy. Rain resistance. Dries well on the tree. Short hang time. Tight eye. Productive and vigorous. Complex berry flavor. Skin tastes great. Dense, smooth, and jammy. Very easy to pick with neck in tact.
Grown commercially in Europe.
This tree is acclimatized to our PacificNorthWest weather under a 30% shade cloth. We suggest never putting any tree into direct sun after spending a few days being shipped in a box. Slow acclimatizing will greatly reduce sunburn, a much bigger concern for us then FMV. Our figs have been exposed to FMV yet it has never bothered us on our farm. Figs will easily outgrow it with proper care and environment. Many suggest not bidding if one is overly concerned about FMV.
The winner will receive the tree pictured. (the large plant pic is our mother tree) Bid with confidence we GUARANTEE healthy trees, varieties true to type, that are packaged with care. Bidder satisfaction and optimum communication are amongst our goals. These 16oz cups are easy for us to double box.
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