Here's a few pictures of what is ripening here now besides Celeste. First picture is Fico Nera Duemane(medium/large sweet fig, not rich, reminds me of Celeste, large open eye,good during dry periods, thin skin, sours in rain)
Martin, better not look at the rest of these!;))
Second picture: LSU Purple(not). M/L Squat yellow figs similar to LSU Gold, but whiter pulp and not as sweet not rich). Good during dry periods, sours some in the rain. Small almost closed eye. Even grows upside down and sideways like LSU Gold does droop some when ripe.
Third pic: Tena(RR) sweet figs not rich. Thick skin. Closed eye. Rain Tolerant. Not as productive as other figs.
Fourth is Marseilles White (JR). Very productive med. fig Very sweet honey like. Highly productive.
Fifth: LSU Gold(JR) M/L super sweet yellow fig(birds tear this one up). Very productive. Not sure how rain tolerant it'll be here. Haven't had much rain in the last 2 years)
Sixth: is Atreano(RR). Large mild fig(much sweeter this year-4th season) Fall crop(3rd) is the best fig you ever tasted. Ripens slowly in the cool fall air. Never has soured or split for me. Best when dead ripe. Juicy fig.