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Celestial Fig Tree
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The Celestial fig, Ficus carica 'Celestial' fig trees are also known by several other names, like 'Celeste Figs' and 'Sugar Figs', and grow  into a medium size fruit that begins ripening in June and can bear continuously, as long as the figs are regularly picked.  This fig is historic fruit and has been grown on farmsteads since the 1700's, when the Celestial fig tree was brought from France to America and distributed to colonial farmers  by Thomas Jefferson when he was the US ambassador there.  The Celestial fig is honey sweet ,when ripened on the tree, and commercially used to cook into fig preserves, one of the best known fig products along with Fig Newtons.  Some growers claim to have grown this fig tree in zone 7, which means that it can survive temperatures down to  zero degrees F.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Arrived Healthy with buds March 6, 2017
Reviewer: Bob Moyer from Tampa, FL United States  
Arrived Healthy with buds.  I planted four days ago, how can I rate these?

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Celestial Fig Tree January 9, 2017
Reviewer: Worth Overman from Hurdle Mills, NC United States  
I received my celestial fig tree this past Friday January 6, 2017. The fig tree was well packaged and the roots were moist. I planted it the same day looking forward to see how well it does this summer. The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable.

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