Thanks everyone, It does have one of those white greek, stella, dalmatie or vasilika sika sort of appearance and could possibly be one of them. My inground tree ripened one fig very late last year around Halloween and didn't taste anything special as far as I can remember but then again nothing did that time of year. It is very hardy my tree was 3 months old from being rooted when it went inground and wrap it with burlap and tarp and no die back but it does take some time to fruit for some reason.
I will take some pics of the ripe fruit.
Hey Eli, things are a bit better just started a new job 3 weeks ago so far so good.
Family is doing good, how have you and your family been?