Where I live in North East Texas the Beall is a very good. It grows fast and the figs taste very good. Here, it is a late ripening fig, late August first of Sept. I lost my first Beall but the second one is doing very well.
It died back last winter but made substantial grow this summer and produced several figs, as a two year old. The tree grew to a little over three feet in height. It will fit well in any collection, don’t pass one up. I purchase my second Beall from Dario. I never really knew what happen to my first tree but we did have a drought and I lost several trees that year. NativeSun has a good description of the fig.