Quinell is one of our family favorites. This tree we happened to stumble upon while driving in Northern California. The mother tree is a seedling that sits alone, growing through an old wooden fence at the end of a dirt drive turn-off on a dead end road. Interestingly, another seedling popped up this year, about a hundred feet away from this one. No one maintains the tree, yet it still produces very well.
This fig bears a tasty honey-nut flavor, which becomes more of a banana-nut when made in to a jam. Nothing extravagant here. Not too sweet; a slightly thicker skin, but not chewy; mild seed crunch if any. Just an all around solid fig.
All cuttings are 6 inches or longer, with 3 or more nodes. All cuttings will be freshly sealed at time of shipping. This was a 2019 find, and for the sake of transparency, we cannot yet confirm if it is common. Cuttings have been sent out of the area for growing and confirmation.