You may have lost your early crop know as a "breba crop" due to a late frost or over pruning but fear not if the tree is still healthy you should get a main crop sometime in August. Breba figs grow on last year wood so if that wood get's damaged or pruned off you want get a early crop just a late one. Some varieties only have a breba crop some only have a main crop and some have both. to makes things even more complicated some need whats called the fig wasp & male fig tree to pollinate the figs to get ripe figs. These wasp are not native to the US but where imported into southern Cali some years back so farmers could grow a wider array of figs. It sounds crazy but a fig isn't actually a fruit but is whats called an inverted flower. common figs is what we grow everywhere else in the US and they don't need the fig wasp to produce figs and a male plant known as a caprifig. they are self fertile which is great in my eyes because when the fig wasp pollinates the fig they lay there eggs inside and die in the fig. Sounds nasty but when you buy dehydrated figs grown in California, Turkey, Italy, and Egypt you are buying figs with dead little wasp inside
yum yum!! Just thank of it as added protein, this is also the reason seeds are more crunchy in the dehydrated figs sold in stores vs the ones we grow they have been pollinated so the seeds are fully developed.