Sweet as Sugar Celeste Fig (Ficus carica ‘Celestial’) is one of the most widely planted fig trees in America and with good reason. This fig tree produces such sweet and delicious fruit that it often goes by its nickname – Sugar Fig. The fruit is as sweet as a spoonful of sugar and has a rich, buttery smooth flavor and texture. You can eat it fresh all day, but know that it dries beautifully, too. Not only is it delicious but it is beautiful to boot. The deep green fig leaves are easy on the eyes all summer and the fruit is violet colored on the outside with rose-colored flesh inside. This is a ‘closed-eye’ variety, which means the little eye on the bottom of the fruit stays tight resisting pests, splitting and souring. Hardy to zone 6, this is a great fruit tree for the Deep South. It needs some winter protection in colder zones. This self-pollinating tree ripens in July just in time for sweet summer picnics. It doesn’t need a lot of pruning. It is pest and disease resistant. It even does well in containers! This is one of the easiest fruit trees that you can grow. Give it full sun and plenty of summer water in well-drained soil and you will be harvesting these juicy fruits for years to come. Order yours from us today! * Super sweet fruit in July * Great for the south * Disease resistant.
Sweet & Juicy Figs From a Dwarf Tree The Black Jack Fig (Ficus carica ‘Black Jack’) is a large, elongated purplish fruit with beautiful strawberry red flesh. It is a heavy producer with especially sweet, juicy fruit. The Black Jack Fig is a dwarf tree which maintains a natural height of 6 to 8 feet, which makes it perfect for containers or small garden spaces. Grow it anywhere!Now you can create a unique and exotic focal point for any patio or deck. Its naturally small size makes it perfect in a yard where space is limited. In colder climates, bring the container indoors during winter. This self fruiting tree simply needs a spot with full sun. This will insure the healthiest growth and biggest production of amazingly sweet figs. The fruit of the Black Jack Fig starts green and turns a deep, rich purple right before it ripens. You will be harvesting its large, sweet, juicy fruit from June all the way through September. You will be amazed how great they taste eating them fresh off the tree. They’re also perfect dried or made into preserves so you can enjoy the fresh taste of figs year round. Highest Quality – Buy In Confidence!We take pride in delivering you the highest quality trees. Our family of fig tree growers has been in business since 1938. This means you get superior trees that have been grown and selected from almost 75 years of experience. The Black Jack Fig is a wonderful addition to any yard, patio or balcony. Hardiness Zones: Zones 7 to 10 outdoors year roundZones 4 to 7 patio plants/ indoors in winter * Sweet Huge Fruit* Dwarf Tree* Heavy Producer.
Pick Delicious Figs From Your Own Tree! Some people say that figs are an acquired taste. Those people are usually ones who have never tried a Black Mission Fig (Ficus carica ‘Mission’). Once you taste a fresh Black Mission Fig from your own tree, you will wonder why you haven’t been growing these for years! These fruit trees grow well in zones 7 – 10 and are as beautiful as they are prolific. Gently cascading branches crown the small tree and that gets as wide as it does tall. (30ft x 30ft.) It takes pruning well, though, and be kept successfully scaled to your garden size. It even does great in pots! (This means that if you don’t live in a warmer zone, you can still grow it – just bring it inside to a sunny room during the winter.) Black Mission Fig tree care is easy. They generally give you two harvests a year – spring and fall – and don’t require a lot of fuss to keep them looking and performing their best. Whether you like dried Black Mission Figs or growing your own organic Black Mission Figs, you will enjoy all of the Black Mission Figs benefits. * Tons of fruit* Two harvests – fall and spring* Easy care* Does well in pots* Hardy and long-lived.
Fast-Growing, Hardy Olive Tree Arbequina is a fast-growing olive tree that produces delicious fruit and oil. Plant one near your patio or porch so you won’t miss a moment of this exceptional tree’s harvest. These also do well in containers and adjust easily from outdoor to indoor for winter. Your Arbequina is great tree for the home gardener due to its small stature, hardy nature and excellent harvest. This cold-hardy tree produces a small olive, but it has a lot of flesh and very small pit. It’s considered a high quality olive and also produces good oil. The fruit begins green and transitions to purple, then finally to black for its prolific harvest in late November. Arbequina will flower at an early age, and although the petite, creamy-white blooms are mostly hidden by the dark green leaves, you’re sure to enjoy their fragrance. Arbequina will grow 15-20 feet tall with a 12-foot spread and an upright habit. It’s self-fertile, but a good pollinator if you want to plant more than one cultivar. Arbequina is adaptable to a variety of conditions, even doing well in poor soils or drought. It’s even amenable to pruning if you decide to shape it a bit. Since ancient times, the olive tree has been prized for its fruit, wood, oil and the overall health benefits it provides. Arbequina is a perfect example of how much one of these remarkable trees has to offer and how easy they can be to grow. Why not try one this year! *High quality fruit and oil*Fast growing*Prolific harvest*Cold hardy*Highly adaptable.