Help me find a substitute for Kadota
I grew up eating Kadota figs at my grandmother's house, so they have special memories for me. Also, they remain the richest tasting figs I have tried to date.
The problem is, I live in a semicoastal zone which supposedly will not get enough heat to ripen Kadotas.
Is there a fig that tastes similar to Kadota, but is well adapted to moderate summer areas? (temps stay in the 70s and 80s most of the summer, only touching into the 90s in August).