TFH-C0298 is a pretty remarkable find. We were on our way home from another tree location when we pulled into an inlet coming down a mountain. Just off to the side was this tree. We came back a few weeks later to check on the fruit, and found that we had what seems to be an edible caprifig. The pulp becomes gelatinous and slips right away from the skin. This was the mid summer crop.
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 2021 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.