This fig was originally called Honeybee Acres, until we were able to get around to the other side and saw the memorial plaque. You can check out the video of this on our YouTube channel. We have limited quanties, and will no longer offer once sold out. Upon a recent visit we discovered that, while the mother tree is still large and appears outwardly healthy, it appears that it is actually dying from the inside - out. Older growth is dry and brittle, and it seems that only the northern side has viable stock. Perhaps it is experiencing some effects from the micro climate caused by the recent Zogg fire.
Edith Lamb is thus far confirmed to be common. In our tasting, it does have definite berry notes, though it wouldn't necessarily be specifically raspberry. It is a delicious fig; works well for jam making, dehydrating, and chocolate.
Edith Lamb/Edith's Raspberry Jam
All cuttings are 6 inches or longer, with 3 or more nodes. All cuttings will be freshly sealed with moisture control packets at time of shipping.