OAKURA
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Green skin with red flesh. Large long conical shaped fruit. Habit: 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 mid to late - April/May. [in New Zealand] Similar to Gross Longue Verte. (008)
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OBLIQUE BLANCHE
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Goodman's Fruit Catalogue of 1909 to 1914. No description. (Australia) (021)
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OEIL DE PERDRIX
SYN: OEIL DE PERDRIEUX
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Small, dark chestnut, flesh copper colored, firm, sugary, well suited for drying. [Goodmans 1914] (Australia) (060)
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OLD BROOKLYN ITALIAN
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[A] mature, very strong and incredibly fruitful fig tree which was transplanted in Brooklyn NY from Italy approximately thirty years ago. Every season this tree easily yields 1500 figs and that number continues to increase every year as the tree continues to mature and rapidly grow in height. Approximately six years ago the tree trunks were cut down to approx 12" and since that time the tree has grown so rapidly that it is now almost 20 feet tall and yielding approx 1500 sweet figs every season beginning in June. The fig bulbs grow green and then mature to a soft juicy sweet deep purple in color. They generally range in size from approx 2" to 3" in thickness. (910)KL
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Accession No. 1149
Accession No. 1150
Accession No. 1089

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OLD HOME 1895
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Accession No. 0156
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OLYMPIAN
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Newly discovered variety that thrives in cool zones. Mandarin-size, purple-skinned fruit with red- to violet-hued flesh. (1111)
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ONE NODE
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These are trees grown from a single node cutting. They are of unknown variety and were attempted to prove the viability of the propagation technique. (910)
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Accession No. 0981
Accession No. 1023
Accession No. 1052

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OREGON HONEY
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Accession No. 0293
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OREGON LITTLE RED
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OREGON PROLIFIC
SEE MARSEILLES
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Compare Portland 3 and Green Italian 1906. (910)
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OREGON RUTARA
SYN: PETER'S HONEY
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OROSI GREEN
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Caprifig Q cuttings from USDA/UC Davis received April 2010 were labeled as "Orosi Green". (910)
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Accession No. 0551
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O'ROURKE
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From the LSU breeding program. (910)
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Accession No. 0762
Accession No. 0443
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ORPHAN
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Accession No. 0228
Accession No. 0604
Accession No. 0625

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UC Davis DFIC0035 (049a)

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ORPHAN TENA
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OSBORN
SYN: NEVERALLA
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Large fruit. Produces both first and second crop figs. Purplish-bronze skin. Amber flesh, sweet flavor. Coastal areas only, avoid extreme heat. Bears well in Southern California. Coastal. (007) Definitely Archipel. (006c) The 2 accessions in the Figs 4 Fun collection appear very similar to Archipel in the USDA/UC Davis collection. (910)
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Accession No. 2039 (3-09)
Accession No. 2412 (4-12)
Accession No. 0810

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OSBORN PROLIFIC
SYN: OSBORNE'S PROLIFIC, NEVERALLA (1158), ARCHIPEL (089), HARDY PROLIFIC, OSBORN, RUST, OSBORNE
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A medium bronze to brown fig with amber to light strawberry pulp. Main crop figs are pyriform with variable necks. Long slender stalks (to 1" long) . Sweet and rich flavor. Well-adapted in all fig growing areas. Hardy. Very productive. (006a) (004) Great pacific Northwest and coastal variety. Trees ripen fruit even in cool weather. Medium sized fruit with dark reddish brown skin and very sweet pink tinged amber flesh. One of the best! Naturally dwarf tree, good for container growing. Early ripening. (1158)
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Accession No. 2359 (3A-09)
Accession No. 0916
Accession No. 0595

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(012) (025) (057) (034) (084) UC Davis DFIC0075 (049a)

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OSBOURNE PROLIFIC
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Accession No. 1242
Accession No. 1261

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