I really do hope that this doesn't offend anyone, but my fig is having a second coming...
You might remember from this post here, that it has already figged once this year. Well, it's doing it again.
There are nine new figs in total, and one left from the first figging that I still haven't eaten yet. Because I am patient and never pick fruit too early and ruin it you see.
I have read that the Black Genoa variety, the kind that I have, will often fig twice, and I am very proud indeed that my plant has decided to go along with this.
What is interesting about this fig, is that it has exactly as many leaves as it does figs. It's not the healthiest specimen I've ever seen, but this is the third time it has figged since I put it in the ground, and as long as it keeps figging it up, I'm happy for it to look a wee bit odd.
And I did finally manage to pick a few at the correct stage of ripeness (subjecting them to the wiggle test worked perfectly, thank you to those who suggested it), and they were as sweet as honey, just divine.
And that's the trinity.
I sincerely hope someone gets that.