French frost-resistant strain originally from the village of Caromb at the foot of Mont Ventoux in Vaucluse. Characterized by high productivity, good preservation quality, and especially delicious taste.
Crop: biferous, the first harvest begins in early July and the second from mid-August to October. Autumn figs are smaller with a weight of about 50 g and have a lighter skin
Fruit: large, round shape, 60-70 g, dark purple to blue-black, juicy, very sweet and aromatic
Vigour: strong, older trees reach a height of about 3.5 - 5.0 m in the field
Self-fertility: yes, do not need to be pollinated to bear fruit
Cold hardiness: excellent, the resistance to cold is very high (-15°C)
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