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Sunday, 27 October 2013

Weekend gardener



Lately I’ve been very busy; i only managed to do gardening work between 1-2 hr on the weekend. Since last 2 weekends i managed to transplant few rooted figs cutting into polybag and pot. I notice that fig growing faster after i transplanted it.  This weekend i transplant a few more and took out a few rooted cutting from underneath the plastic cover for hardening before i transplant it next weekend.


a week old dauphine
a week old white genoa
2 weel old masui dauphine
Black Madeira a week after i transplant it in a polybeg
2 weeks old transplanted black madeira

various fig being hardened before transplanted
next week i can hardened this fig, in the meantime back under the sheet


13 comments:

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    1. plan nak buat taman tin kat rumah:-)))

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  2. Very nice! What varieties have borne fruit? Have you planted any in ground yet? I live in Singapore and am interested in what varieties will do well in the tropics.

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  3. i plan to grow it in a pot since during raining season water will get stagnant in my land and it will drown the fig roots, There are varieties that are well adapted and fruited in Indonesia .CULTIVAR
    Conadria
    Green Yordan
    Purple Jordan
    Red Libya
    White Genoa
    Adriatik
    Brown Turkey
    Flander USA
    Red Israel (Khurtmani)
    Negrone
    Madeliene
    Dauphine
    Panache
    Bourjasotte
    Tena
    Noire De Caromb
    Abicou
    Sultane
    Grise Saint Jean
    Bellone
    Pastiliere
    Hardy Chicago
    Syrian Long
    Alma
    Celeste
    Black Portugal
    Marseiles Black
    Natalina
    Osborn Profilic
    Lyndhurst White
    Red Egypt
    Sicilian Red
    Sal's Gene
    Sal Corleone
    Binello
    Gino
    Enrico
    Green Libanon
    Salem Dark
    Brunswick
    Marseilles white
    Texas Everbearing
    Desert King
    Excel
    Barnasotte
    Blue Giant

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    1. Thanks for your prompt reply! Where do you buy your fig cuttings from?

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    2. 1.Indonesia, but the cutting is very expensive between 8-15 usd/cutting
      2.ebay make sure you bid/buy from seller whom ship worldwide because USA has a very strict rules regarding shipment of plant material in & out of USA.

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  4. tuan, ada jual amak black madeira?

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  5. kalau ada boleh msg kt sy..017-3116977

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  6. sorry, tada:( I am looking to buy

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    1. there are sellers who ship worldwide. ie sal's, desert king, conadria, lemon fig cutting from US, fico nero and lattarula from canada,Natalina fom italy

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  7. Yes Thanks. I have ordered from ebay desert king, lattarula, Italian brooklyn white fig. They have rooted and sprouting leaves. Awaiting arrival of black mission, natalina, melenzana cuttings. My concern with growing figs in tropical region is that leaves are very susceptible to rust due to our heavy rains. Any advice to prevent this?

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    1. i put my potted fig plant under rain shelter, plenty of sun but no rain.

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