The flower is inside the fruit when it first develops so you can't see it.
Wild fig trees require a certain type of tiny wasp to enter the fruit where
it lays it's egg and in the process fertilizes the fig fruit. Most people
don't want a wasp larvae in their figs, so breeders have developed varieties
which don't require pollination. I believe the fruit from one of these figs
is sterile, but I'm not sure about that.
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