HACIN
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HAIKEL YELLOW LEBANESE
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Yellow skin, amber flesh. Cold Hardy. 1121
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Accession No. 0418
Accession No. 0509

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HAM RAHM
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Morocco. Dark fig. (910)BW
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Accession No. 1409F
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HARDY
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Accession No. 0192
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HARDY BLACK
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Accession No. 0153
Accession No. 0675
Accession No. 0995

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HARDY CELESTE
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One of the most beloved trees in the traditional southern home garden, Celeste Fig is also known as Blue Celeste, Sugar Fig and Brown Honey Fig... the traditional names all reflect some regional affection for the wonderfully sweet fruit. Despite its southern roots, Celeste has proven to be the finest fig available for consistent crops of sweet juicy figs even in northern gardens and in containers. Celeste produces many small to medium-sized figs that ripen to a light violet-brown exterior with a reddish interior. The small fruits are very sweet, as the common names suggest, and can be easily dried. The closed "eye" on these figs helps prevent wasp/insect damage. When southern customers tell us they are looking for "the fig that my grandmother had in her yard" or when cooks say they want the small fig that can be preserved whole, we almost always know that they are seeking Celeste. This is an excellent, hardy fig for the southern and mid-Atlantic states. It grows into a large, hardy tree with very large, visually striking leaves. Because the smaller figs ripen early, this is also a good choice for areas with shorter summer seasons. (016)
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Accession No. 0276 "Celeste PN"
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HARDY CHICAGO
SYN: CHICAGO
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Small to medium fruit with light brown to violet skin and strawberry pink pulp. Small eye. Pyriform with long slender neck. Excellent flavor and very hardy. Resembles Brown Turkey. (001a) (004)
SKIN COLOR: BROWN / PURPLE
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Accession No. 2101 (1-01)
Accession No. 0032
Accession No. 0827
Accession No. 0839
Accession No. 0840
Accession No. 0843

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(012) (016) (033) (037) (003) (071)

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HARDY PITTSBURGH
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Accession No. 1008
Accession No. 1355

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HARDY PROLIFIC
SEE OSBORNE'S PROLIFIC, NEVERALLA


HATIVE D'ARGENTEUIL
SYN: NATIVE DE ARGENTUEIL
DESCRIPTION

Native de Argentile, an obvious misnomer [for H√Ętive de Argentueil]. An early-ripening small violet fig of good quality. Worth trialing in Northern areas. (006c) Killed in 2001.
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HDADI
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Green skin with amber pulp. Closed eye. Sweet. (Palestinian/Israeli) (006b)
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HDARI
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Green skin with amber pulp. Closed eye. Sweet. (Palestinian/Israeli) (006b)
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HEARTY CHICAGO
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HELMUT
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No information available. Found at scion exchange in Orange County, CA in 2011. (910)
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Accession No. 0393
Accession No. 1184
Accession No. 0807

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HENDERSONVILLE GREEN
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The story [is] this 80 year old woman's grandfather brought a small tree over from Italy. He kept the tree alive with water from his canteen while traveling by boat from Italy to New York. One of his cuttings was planted 40 years ago on the side of her house and the rest is history. The figs are large green with a strawberry colored pulp. (910)KK
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HERMAN 2143
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HERNE BAY
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Yellow top and purple/red lower skin with red/honey flesh. Large obique pyriform shaped fruit. Habit: Large round top spreading tree. Figs will begin to bear fruit after 3-5 years. Size: 4 - 5 metres. Harvest: First crop or breba figs form on last years, growth and will not grow until spring. These ripen December- January depending on site and variety selected. Second crop figs form during the summer growing season and ripen in the Autumn, from late March to May. To enhance development of late crop figs tip the new shoots to 4 or 5 leaves in mid December. Breba crop, main crop very late - April/May. [in New Zealand] (008)
SKIN COLOR: Yellow/Purple/Red
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Red/Honey
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Accession No.
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HIRTA
SYN: HIRTA OF JAPAN, PASTILIERE
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HMADI
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Hmadi (probably from the Hebrew word hamuts which means acid) was also described by Grasovsky and Weitz. It is a small fig with a sub-acid flavor "very much relished by the fellaheen [RG--an Arabic term for peasants]." Around the town of Taibe the farmers grow, even today, the Hmadi figs. It seems that they specialized in this variety and during summer, they produce relatively large nice looking green figs decorated with strong red lines. The taste is good and refreshing. So if you wish to eat some Hmadi figs, during season, all you have to do is to drive north on Road 444. When you approach Taibe look carefully to your right and you will see a few booths that sell figs. Don't hesitate! Buy at least 1 kilogram of those fine reddish Hmadi figs. Who knows? You might even return home with a few left in your bag. (006f)
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HMARI
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Green skin with light red pulp. Main crop. Very early. Medium, closed eye, good flavor. Ships well. (Palestinian/Israeli) (006b)
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HOLLIER
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A very dependable, superb clone, medium to large fig. Sweet and excellent flavor. (013) In the trade, but not an official release from the LSU program. (May be the same as Guilbeau.) (006b) Good growth in 2002. (006c) Excellent flavored, very sweet, light green figs ripen even in cool weather. This LSU release is very dependable, producing medium-large fruit. (1158)

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Accession No. 2013 (0-13)
Accession No. 2363 (3A-13)
Accession No. 0155

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HOLLIER NOT
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Accession No. 0332
Accession No. 0554

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HONEY
SEE CELESTE


HONEY "BARADA"
SYN: BARADA
DESCRIPTION
It was brought to the US by a Syrian friend. It grows on the mountains around Damascus, Syria. The climate there is dry, with long summer and cold winter. Although it's hardy there, it has never been tested in temperatures below 15 degrees in the US. The fig will taste sour if it was watered too much. Very sweet in dry sunny summers. (906)

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HONEY DELIGHT
SEE: UNCLE CORKY'S


HONIGAL
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HORAIGAKI
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Violet purple skin with pink pulp. Main crop. Imported in 1940, but discarded--probably as a result of anti-Japanese feelings after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Its quality in the very short trials at Riverside, CA was said to be only fair. New trials may reveal an excellent fig. May also be better adapted in the Southeast. (Japanese) (006b)
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HUNT
SYN: HUNTS
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A small brown fig with amber pulp tinged with strawberry, bred by E. W. Hunt of Eatonton, Georgia in the 1920s. Pyriform with a short distinct neck. Distinctive feature is its long, slender stems to 3/4" long stems that help it shed rain. Superb flavor, sweet and rich. Not a heavy bearer, but well-adapted in the rainy areas of the South. (001a) (004) (006)
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Accession No. 2110
Accession No. 0725
Accession No. 0988
Accession No. 1025

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HURRACANE
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Accession No. 1371
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HURRICANE
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HYBRID DFIC0023
DESCRIPTION 2013: Fruit formed on F4F Accession numbers 0552 and 0553. Some fruit on 0552 aborted, similar to behaviour of a smyrna type fig, mid-July. (910)

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Accession No. 0552
Accession No. 0553

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UC Davis DFIC0023 (049a)

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HYBRID 0029
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Tree was represented at WEO in position B-4-4 but there was no tree present in 2011. (910)
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HYBRID DFIC0110
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UC Davis DFIC0110 (049a)

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