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This fig isn't a rimada, but it's got some nice stripes. Rimada figs are chimera mutations of already existing varieties. In the case of Dotatto a chimera mutation occurred called Rigato del Salento. In the case of Panachee, that's the rimada version of a fig called Bordissot Blanca, Bourjassotte Blanc or Brogiotto Bianco depending on what language you're speaking.


This one is different than Paratjal or the rimada version of Paratjal called Paratjal Rimada. It shows different characteristics. It's supposed to be more rain and split resistant, which is why I picked it up over the other two. Here I come to find out that it's actually quite beautiful too. The striping usually fades as it ripens, but not on this fig.


In 2023, I realized that both have proven to be difficult to ripen high-quality fruit consistently in my humid climate. Therefore I must move on from this variety. Highly recommend this variety to anyone in a warm/dry climate. You will not be disappointed with its flavor. It's in the category of the best-tasting figs without a doubt.

Paratjalina Fig Cuttings (3 Cuttings Per Order)

  • Why choosing the right fig variety matters


    Choosing the right fig variety can make all the difference in so many positive or even negative ways. A variety that is well suited to your climate and taste preferences will ensure that your getting the fig experience that you deserve.


    It's heartbreaking when you put years of work into a tree to finally realize that it's just not suited to your location because it will rarely produce high quality figs and in some cases, may never produce fruit that's even edible!


    Fig varieties are very location specific because they're so highly subjected to their environment while they're ripening. Unlike many other fruits, the fig can be destroyed in its final ripening stage. It's a soft fruit that can absorb water into its skin causing cracking, splitting, mold & fermentation all because the inside of the fruit gets exposed to the outside elements of nature.


    An apple has a hard covering. A persimmon has a hard covering. Berries and other soft fleshed fruits are also susceptible to bad weather conditions, but they have a short window of time in which they're soft and ready to be picked. Figs can be soft hanging on the tree for 5, 10 or even 15 days!


    How to choose the right fig variety for your climate


    When choosing a fig variety, it's important to consider the climate in your area during the winter, summer and fall.


    • Some fig varieties are more tolerant of cold weather and others can be grown in climates that have mild summers because of their reliable breba production or their early main crop harvest period.

    • Others are better suited for humid climates because they don't need to hang as long on the tree and they have a skin that acts like a waterproof jacket. The water just slides right off.

    • Others are better suited to warmer climates and have the ability to taste incredible even in 100-110F temperatures.


    If you want fig variety recommendations, read through the description of each fig variety carefully, or better yet, don't be afraid to contact me. In your message, include your growing zone, location, annual rainfall, and how you want to grow them.


    To read more about choosing the right fig variety, click here:

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