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Celeste Fig Tree

Ficus carica 'Celeste'

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Celeste Fig Tree

Ficus carica 'Celeste'

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$79.50
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Special Features
Zone Map
Bird Friendly
Easy Care
Edible

Botanical Name

Ficus carica 'Celeste'

Outdoor Growing zone

7-9

Mature Height

7-10

Mature Width

7-10

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, AZ, CA, HI, PR

The Celeste Fig Tree is a top-quality variety, renowned for the sweetness and flavor of its fruits. You only need one tree to enjoy a large crop, and nothing beats the taste of a fig that has been fully ripened on the tree. Your tree will begin fruiting within a couple of years, and it is very easy to grow. The tree remains small, growing just 7 to 10 feet tall, so it is an ideal choice for a smaller garden, or for growing against a south-facing wall. This is the best way to grow fig trees in cooler, damper areas, but in hot regions it will grow well right out in the open. This tree thrives in sunlight and heat, and once established it is very drought-resistant. In fact, too much moisture and rich soil will reduce the crop you harvest.

  • One of the most popular and flavorful figs available
  • Produces a large crop in late summer
  • Grows easily, even in poor, dry soil
  • Self-pollinating, so one tree gives a heavy crop
  • Can be grown in a pot in cold areas

Plant the Celeste Fig in a hot, sunny spot. The more sun, the bigger and better the crop. Once established your tree is very drought resistant, and it will need no additional watering, and only basic care. It is very rarely bothered by any pests or diseases, and fig trees are certainly among the very easiest of fruit trees to grow. In colder zones, grow your tree in a pot, and bring it into a cool, frost-free area for winter. Keep it dry in the pot, and light is not necessary for this winter storage period.

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