Which variety is this?
I live in Florida and have 6 varieties of figs, but not sure what any of them might be. All came from kindly Greeks in Tarpon Springs. Here are pics of the latest ones to fruit. They are fairly whitish in color and taste very sweet. The Greeks just identify them all by color, so that is not so helpful.
I do recognize them by flavor, for when I was a wee lad, my aunt in Covington, LA used to home-can these very same figs for my dad.
Yes, I do have a pet egret. Follows me around like a puppy. As you can see, he is about to eat the half piece of fig from the top picture.
Here is a closer view of that fig before I gave it to the egret.
Can anybody tell me which variety of white fig this might be?