Found this fig in South Jersey (Zone 7a), it grows in a shady spot. No winter protection, and by the look of it, it does not die completely to the ground since it has old wood on it.
Very prolific, almost all branches have figs.
Figs are green, the ripe ones were collected by the owner, so I don't have a photo of a ripe fig's pulp.
The figs are large and flattened in shape.
Any leads as to what this might be is greatly appreciated.
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