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Jaguey, or wild fig, is native to the Antilles. It reaches a height of 50 feet, with a trunk 2 feet in diameter. The leaves are up to 1 foot long. Leaves and branches produce white latex when cut. The flowers are minute and develop within figs up to three-eights of an inch in diameter that grow at the bases of the leaves. It flowers irregularly throughout the year. The generic name derives from an old name for Ficus carica, the species that produces the commercial fig. This tree is at the…

Jaguey, or wild fig, is native to the Antilles. It reaches a height of 50 feet, with a trunk 2 feet in diameter. The leaves are up to 1 foot long. Leaves and branches produce white latex when cut. The flowers are minute and develop within figs up to three-eights of an inch in diameter that grow at the bases of the leaves. It flowers irregularly throughout the year. The generic name derives from an old name for Ficus carica, the species that produces the commercial fig. This tree is at the…

Make an amazing Rosh Hashanah centerpiece with just three things readily at hand.

Make an amazing Rosh Hashanah centerpiece with just three things readily at…

Festive Rosewater Pavlova with Syrup-soaked Figs and Pomegranate Recipe on Yummly. @yummly #recipe

Rosewater pavlova, topped with ricotta whipped cream, syrup-soaked figs and pomegranate seeds – a spectacular yet easy Christmas dessert

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Catholic Cuisine: Bible Cookies for the Year of Faith These are just too awesome! Just need fig (or other, like "golden") Newtons, white icing for piping, and some sort of red fruit leather for the bookmark!

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