I found this picture on the internet:
Does anyone know what variety this is?
From some description I read that this type of fig has been growing in mid-west China for over 1,000 years. It was originally brought in from Turkey or other central Asia countries.
Very nice looking figs. If you look closely you will notice these figs are growing on older wood, which means these are a breba crop.
There are many varieties that produce breba crops that can be similar to these figs.
I am new to figs. The yellow color, the bigger size, and the odd shape all look un-usual to me.
This fig look's very similar to my St.Pio fig.But mine are just a little smaller.My tree came from Italy.
Thats a Xinjiang fig