Ficus carica. This is the most reliable fig for the Pacific Northwest. It is a very easy fruit to grow given good sun exposure (although many other varieties can succeed here). It has green/yellow skin and sweet delicious pink flesh. Desert King is one of the more frost hardy figs and will produce in colder and wetter conditions than most other varieties. Excellent quality fruit for all uses. It produces on second year wood, so make sure to leave some when pruning. Pruning figs and restricting their growth will encourage earlier fruiting and keep the fruit at a reachable height. They are vigorous and easily grow back from any damage. Can reach 15' or larger. Zone 7-10.