The common fig is also known as the fig tree or the common fig. It originates in Asia Minor or Central-West Asia. In addition to produced specimens, there are also feral variants of it that are grown in many tropical and subtropical areas. Male trees produce the inedible goat figs or caprifigs while female plants yield the edible figs. The fig tree produces a variety of figs, including dark purple ones that are eaten raw and light green ones that are dried, pressed, and turn pale amber in color. This kind of figs, which are categorized as nuts and dried fruit, is the most popular in commerce. Moreover, the foundation of the fig wine made in southern Europe is figs.