Attractive form and tasty fruits make Celeste Fig a favorite. Its fruits are good for both fresh eating and preserving, either frozen or processed as fig preserves. Its tightly closed eyes makes the fruits resistant to dried fruit beetle and rain entry, which can cause fruit souring. Celeste Fig can be grown as a container plant and moved to a protected area to prevent winter dieback. Self-fruitful. Bareroot. Ficus 'Celeste'
Planting InstructionsPlace the plant in the hole at the same level it was grown by the nursery. This is where the roots start and the tops shoots begin. Spread the roots out evenly. Gently work the soil around the roots do not pack the soil. Water plant thoroughly.
Winter CareMove indoors to a frost free location if your winter temperatures go below 0 degrees F each winter.