Grows in Zones
Indoor/Patio Hardiness Zones
Figs are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. This powerhouse fruit is a sweet treat, fresh or dried. Jazzy in jams, delicious in desserts, and amazing in appetizers, figs are healthy and versatile!
Fig trees are hardy and surprisingly easy to grow! Fig trees grow up to 30 feet tall, but they can be kept much smaller. They tolerate heavy pruning, grow well in pots, and are self-fertile. You can even grow fruit the very first year! In a very short time you will have plenty of fruit to share with family, friends, and neighbors!
Plant your Fig tree in full sun for best results. Fig trees tolerate most soils as long as they are well-drained. Once established, Fig plants are drought tolerant and require only minimal care. Prune in late winter to maintain size and shape.
The Brown Turkey Fig is a popular all around fig with a sweet and mild flavor. The Brown Turkey Fig tree is fast growing and a heavy producer. This variety is heat tolerant.
The Celeste Fig tree a small tree only growing 5 to 10 feet tall and wide at maturity. It is ideal for small yards and containers. The fruit is ranked high for its sugary-sweet taste. This dwarf tree is pest and disease resistant and heat tolerant.
Almost anyone can grow figs with the Chicago Hardy Fig tree! This heavy producer is heat and cold tolerant. The Chicago Hardy is a firm fig that is sweet and tasty.
The Little Miss Figgy Fig tree is the smallest variety you can find making it perfect for container growing. It is a heavy fruit producer despite its size. Little Miss Figgy is a dwarf version of the Violette de Bordeaux Fig and has the same delicious fruit but the plant is only 4 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide at maturity.