Shasta Stria is a unique find; growing out from a fallen rock retaining wall, along a the edge of overgrown blackberry bushes and weeds. Its a interesting peachy colored fig, with darker striations. The interior is that same peachy color, but is a decievingly tart fig. Mixed berry undertones with a maple syrup sweetness.
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. 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.