Posted: 27/10/2013 at 00:34
No they will not ripen. Figs in warm countries or greenhouses have two crops a year. The second crop which is what you have on your tree now will not ripen except in an exceptional year. Take any fruit that is reconisable as a fig off or they will drain the tree when they start to grow next year, before they fall off naturally.
Next years figs are tiny at the moment. High up on the ends of the branches. About the size of a large match-head. They will survive the winter to develop next summer. Look closely and you can see them.