CELESTE Fig Tree, great source of fiber, one of the sweetest of all figs.

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Note: Product can't be shipped to California.


Also called Blue Celeste, Celestial, Little Brown Sugar, and Malta fig, this is one of the most popular figs available in the U.S. This variety is small to medium-sized, violet to purplish-brown with white flesh. It is firm, juicy, and one of the sweetest of all figs. Yields huge quantities and is cold hardy. 

  • Mature size is 12-15 feet in height and 6-8' feet in width
  • Hardy in zones 7-10
  • Can grow in zone 6 
  • Cold hardy to 10 F
  • No cross pollinator required

Figs are considered the Fruit of Gods. This one is bigger, with a darker color and is very sweet, with great fresh flavor. Figs are an excellent source of fiber (more than any fruit) and lots of nutrients. Fruit ripens in summer. Dried figs make tasty snacks all year long. High in fiber and rich in potassium, figs are a nutritious snack, helps control blood pressure and in weight loss


Bare Root Plants: the plant is shipped with the roots taken out of the pot/ground, and the roots are then wrapped in moist paper, with or without soil. The roots wrapped in moist medium is then covered with some kind of plastic to hold the moisture. The paper with moisture will keep the plant alive, during the journey. The plants, once received, the roots should be given a soak for 30 minutes and planted immediately.

    Note: The plant is shipped in its pot, firmly secured with several layers of clear tape, thereby avoiding any shuffling and moving during transit. The plant reaches you with minimal damage very safe and secure. We have been shipping plants like this for several years (plants are sometimes shipped in smaller pots for safety and ease of shipping). Most plants go dormant in Fall and Winter and will lose most of their leaves looking dead and dry, this is  very normal. They will flush out in Spring.

    We cannot ship certain plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by the Department of Agriculture.

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