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Little Miss Figgy™ Tree

Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy™'


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-t- Planting Mix
Little Miss Figgy™ Tree Planting Mix

Helps your Little Miss Figgy™ Tree get established in a fraction of the time, become more drought tolerant, and grow faster. Here's how:

Beneficial Bacteria... It's like a Probiotic for your tree... creating an explosion of fine hair roots that vastly improves nutrient and water uptake.

Course Organic Compost... loosens and improves all types of soils while promoting proper pH levels. You get better drainage and moisture retention.

Microbial Fertilizers... including Sea Kelp, Yucca, and 100 other elements proven to gently feed your tree without burning the roots.

Use 1 bag of Planting Mix for each plant ordered.

Soil Contents
-t- Root Rocket™ Fertilizer
Root Rocket™ Transplant Fertilizer

2oz. Packet

Get your new plants off to the right start by using Root Rocket™ Transplant.

This soil amendment contains 16 strains of mycorrhizal fungi, biostimulants, beneficial bacteria and Horta-Sorb® water management gel.

Simply sprinkle the product into the planting hole adjacent to the root ball when planting.

The organisms will start to work right away supplying the roots with much needed nutrition.

The specially formulated Horta-Sorb® will reduce transplant stress and aid in water retention.

1 packet per plant

Root Rocket Fertilizer

Growing Zones: 7-11
(hardy down to 10℉)

Growing Zones 7-11
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

4-6 ft.

Mature Width:

3-4 ft.


Full Sun


10 ft.

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Fruit Color:

Dark Purple

Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st Year!

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Botanical Name:

Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy™'

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Huge Harvest from a Small Space

If you love delicious, healthy treats...Fresh figs are a natural choice!

Now with the addition of 'Little Miss Figgy', you won't need a great deal of space to harvest an abundance of luscious 'figgy' fruit.

This incredible plant will dazzle you with its deeply lobed, blue-green leaves and spectacular, dark purple fruits.

The real magic happens when you first bite into the smooth, strawberry-red flesh of your 'Little Miss Figgy™' - she will deliver pure sweetness, consistently and abundantly with very little care.

If you have never had the pleasure of eating fresh figs, you are not alone! Figs do not ripen off of the tree and because they must be eaten within 2-3 days of picking...the only way to experience the full flavor of this culinary delight is to grow them yourself.

With the 'Little Miss Figgy™', you will always have the space for a fig tree of your very own! Plant your 'Little Miss Figgy™' in a pot or container for the patio, or directly in ground as a beautiful addition to your landscape. Either way - Little Miss Figgy™ is sure to please!

Year after year, you will enjoy an abundance of fruit from your very own, dwarf fruiting machine; producing fresh figs for salads, baking, drying, or simply for eating, fresh off of the tree.

The health benefits of your home grown figs are an added plus; they are high in Iron, Fiber, Potassium, and Calcium.

You will be asking yourself 'How could anything that tastes this good be so good for me?'....and 'Little Miss Figgy™' would modestly say, "Just lucky, I guess"!

  • Low Maintenance
  • Produces an Abundance of Fruit
  • Natural Source of Vitamins and Minerals

The Ficus Carica - Your 'Little Miss Figgy™'...Is Waiting to Meet You!

Little Miss Figgy™ Tree Pollination

Little Miss Figgy™ Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Little Miss Figgy™ Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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Customer Reviews

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30 Reviews
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Growing fast & strong. had a hot spring to start with & "miss figgy" is doing fine. Has grown about 8 inches since i received it in april(now is end of july) Maybe i'll get to eat some fruit next year.
July 26, 2015
rogersville, TN
over 2 years ago
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Just as Promised
My fig tree arrived on time and in good condition. I transplanted it into my chosen container and gave it water every morning and partial sun for the first week. It is now in its home location on the patio in full sun. After only 3 weeks, it has grown numerous leaves and is very quickly becoming more bushy. I can't wait for the first figs.
July 30, 2015
1 year ago
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Fast grower, pretty form
I have to admit, I was really skeptical when Miss Figgy arrived. She was much smaller than I expected, and I thought I'd be years away from fruit. Not at all the case.
Miss Figgy grew more than five feet in her first year, and in a container. Beautiful form, elegant branches I'm sure will bear fruit this summer (her first full year with me, in the foggiest place on the planet). I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
April 18, 2016
San Francisco
1 year ago
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Fig growth
The tree was healthy and full when it arrived. After only 10 days it started producing. Arrived Sept. 10th, produced Sept. 20th. Kept in a large pot in sunroom
September 24, 2015
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Miss Figgy
I ordered this tree because of it's compact size. When it arrived from across the country I was surprised and disappointed because I thought it was dead. After conferring with your rep I was assured it was okay. I just had to wait a very short time and it leafed out again and has been growing profusely ever since. I hope by next spring I will have some figs.
July 26, 2015
over 2 years ago
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Smaller than expected, 10 inches, more a plant than a tree! but very full and hardy strong stems A few black spots on leaves but not disease like, or threatening; planted in pot for a week now and no apparent shock. Very well packaged and shipped promptly with best plant info from any Nursery I have ever dealt with... now I just pray it will take the winter so I can have figs next year!
September 5, 2015
1 year ago
Little miss figgy tree
Got my little miss figgy on time and packaged well and it looked great!! it was not dried out at all and didn't look worn at all from the far trip here; it was bigger and greener and healthier than I ever expected it could be; I was very pleased! and it was a little too soon to tell how fast it is growing b/c she is so new to me right now, but very happy with it!
September 11, 2015
1 year ago
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Having grown various other fig trees Little Miss Figgy is proving to be interesting. Although I really just received it, it is starting off slow. Leaves and stems are different from other varieties.
May 10, 2016
Marienville, PA
1 year ago
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Seems good
Miss figgy has lots of leaves, and is nice and green. I hope to have figs this fall.
May 6, 2016
Lancaster , PA
1 year ago
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The order arrived fast. The fig tree is fantastic and is doing well. Very satisfied.
September 16, 2015
1 year ago
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Little Miss Figgy™ Tree

Step 1: Dig Your Hole

Select a site with full to partial sun and moist or well drained soil for your Little Miss Figgy™ Tree.

First, dig each hole so that it is just shallower than the root ball and at least twice the width.

Then loosen the soil in the planting hole so the roots can easily break through.

Use your shovel or try dragging the points of a pitch fork along the sides and bottom of the hole.

Planting & Care

Step 2: Place Your Plant

Next, separate the roots of your Little Miss Figgy™ Tree gently with your fingers and position them downward in the hole.

The top of the root flare, where the roots end and the trunk begins, should be about an inch above the surrounding soil.

Then make sure the plant is exactly vertical in the hole.

To make it just right, use a level.

Step 3: Backfill Your Hole

As you backfill the hole, apply water to remove air pockets.

Remove debris like stones and grass and completely break up any dirt clumps.

Water your Little Miss Figgy™ Tree again after the transplant is complete.

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
I ordered Little Miss Figgy because I wanted a container fig tree that will produce fruit the first year.
Chris B on Apr 27, 2017
Compact size, right time zone and I love figs!
Joanne G on Apr 24, 2017
I ordered Little Miss Figgy because I wanted a container fig tree that will produce fruit the first year.
Chris B on Apr 27, 2017
Wife told me she wanted it.
Marvin M on Apr 25, 2017
Compact size, right time zone and I love figs!
Joanne G on Apr 24, 2017
Wife wanted figs
Lori Ann R on Apr 22, 2017
it is a passionate fruit
Malee W on Apr 19, 2017
I love figs and I have had fig trees before. I ordered two different fig trees in a week. The first one I ordered because it was hardy, the second because it was small and I could bring it indoor in winter.
Haigazoun C on Apr 13, 2017
small size needs less space
brnice b on Apr 13, 2017
Love them
Gina R on Apr 11, 2017
Compact size.
P P on Apr 11, 2017
size and fruitfulness
chris on Apr 5, 2017
For fun
Yuanfan L on Mar 2, 2017
I am hoping this will fruit in the first year itself.
ELSAMMA B on Feb 16, 2017
Love figs
Sandro N on Feb 8, 2017
Compact size, neighbor has a full grown one, great looks, great tasting figs
David R on Feb 7, 2017
I've only tried them baked, the price was so great I just had to get them
Luvenia H on Feb 2, 2017
Size , for container gardening
May F on Jan 27, 2017
My Wife loves Figs
Betty R R on Jan 26, 2017
size of tree and fruits color
Larisa K on Jan 22, 2017
i am very happy that it produces wonderful figs in a small tree...hopefully they will be very delicious too.. otherwise i will have to return those..
situ r on Jan 22, 2017
To plant on a patio.
Magdalena D on Jan 17, 2017
grows well indoor and love the figs and the look.
teodora n on Dec 30, 2016
Sounded like a good choice.
Cathy G on Dec 17, 2016
The Bible mentions female fig tree to appear.
MARTHA M M on Dec 15, 2016
Didn't want a really large growing tree. This one seems to be the right fit for me. And I always wanted a fig tree, I love figs.
Jessie J on Dec 6, 2016
i want a dwarf fig tree for a limited growing area.
chen w on Nov 30, 2016
I like raw figs. Store-bought figs are usually so heavily sugared that they are not figs anymore. (Nothing against sugar. I use it in my coffee and on my cereal.) I also need a dwarf fig in the location I'm going to place it.
ALBERT S on Nov 15, 2016
I have a small garden and want a tree, but not a huge tree. I plan to keep this in a pot and look forward to its bounty! Thank you.
Carol B on Nov 11, 2016
I need a tree for a small place and I love figs
Nancy M on Nov 3, 2016
I wanted a dwarf, self-pollinating, prolific fig tree. This tree had very good recommendations.
Cheryl M on Nov 3, 2016
To hopefully eat some home grown figs
Sarah A on Oct 30, 2016
needed a dwarf fig tree for easy picking.
Lou D on Oct 25, 2016
Compact patio cultivar
Don P on Oct 18, 2016
Would like to have a fig tree
Francis C on Aug 18, 2016
I am from California and miss the Mission figs now that I live in a cooler area. Wish me luck!
Marian N on Aug 17, 2016
We love figs!
Cynthia Campbell C on Aug 14, 2016
Like fig fruit with small size plant so it can be grown in a container in my small backyard.
Garry L on Aug 13, 2016
I grow indoors in a bedroom under full spectrum LED grow lights, an experiment/hobby starting this year. I look for berry bushes and trees that are dwarf size, are smaller in height and girth and/or can be pruned to size. I have two Clementine trees from fast growing. They are doing very well. I have two Top Hat Blueberry bushes, as well as, Everberry Strawberries, from a local nursery. They are doing very well. I also mixed in some veggies. Now, bananas, pineapple and figs from fast growing!!!!
HUBERT J on Aug 10, 2016
Like figs
Lynne B on Aug 6, 2016
My Mom loves this fruits and its a birthday gift for her for her birthday Aug. 13th. THANK YOU!
JudyK on Aug 6, 2016
I like Figs and I never tried to grow them before, so I thought I would try. I didn't have much luck with tangerine, or peach the trees were very small.
Cheryl S on Jul 18, 2016
Looks like a good fig to eat!
Chris P on Jul 17, 2016
Ashley H on Jul 16, 2016
I love figs and have wanted to have a dwarf fig tree to grow in a large pot for several yrs. For size and cold hardiness this one sounds like it will fit the bill. I hope I will still get enough figs and that this variety will be tasty.
Alice C on Jul 16, 2016
I discovered that I enjoy the taste of dried figs while serving in Germany many years ago. I decided to grow my own!
Kendall B on Apr 22, 2016
Needed a small compact tree for a pot on the deck. Also interested in the tasty fruit this one claims to produce.
Nicholas U on Apr 21, 2016
Because I like it it's not big tree
emad a on Apr 17, 2016
I love figs!
Corinna N on Apr 15, 2016
I do not have a large yard, so was looking for a prolific dwarf variety for my new home in Florida. I hope this Little Miss will do the trick!
Lisa K on Apr 9, 2016
i like it
Victor M V on Apr 5, 2016
Angela C on Apr 2, 2016
Wife told me she wanted it.
Marvin M on Apr 25, 2017
Wife wanted figs
Lori Ann R on Apr 22, 2017
Is this particular plant self-pollinating?
figgy_lover on Mar 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is self pollinating.
I expected to see a small trunk on the Little Miss Figgy Trees I ordered. But they both have several stems growing out of the ground. They are developing leaves on all stems. Does the Miss Figgy tree grow as a bush or a tree with a trunk? Do they require pruning?
Virginia D on Apr 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not uncommon for this type of tree to have more of a bushy growth structure to it. I once had a bird donate a fig seed to my garden. I like the leaf shape so I left it grow into what I thought would be some sort of bush. I was so surprised when it produced fruit. They were delicious, but what ever variety it was was too close to the house and it got so tall despite pruning that it was tearing up the edge of my house roof. So this time I will purchase one, and hope I get the wonderful fruit again!
how much space does it need?
John H on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This tree will get to be 4-5 ft tall and 3-4 ft wide at maturity.
What is the origin or strain for his fig? Do you know where it was found or developed?
R B on Jul 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a cross between the Chicago Hardy and Viollete de Bordeaux. It has a great tolerance for cold and delicious fruit.
If planted outdoors, is this tree deciduous? I live in zone 9.
Gardengirl on Aug 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is. The fig tolerates 10-20 degrees but need to be protected from cold north winter winds. I have my Little Figgy in a container. I got "her" this spring. She's growing nicely. No figs this year and I don't know how old the tree has to be to bear.
When will I see the first figs on a Little Miss Figgy tree once transplanted?
Doug A on Jul 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I planted mine in May 2016 and it's fruiting a lot now (October 2016) and the tree is already 6 feet tall. Zone 10. You should see fruit within a year.
Pruning fig trees/how to?
Kitty on Jan 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: as in my case, it sprung to life quickly when watered well during transplant. when the leaves contracted leaf rot mid summer most likely from back-splashing of wet soil(water gently)! i pruned all of the leaves as i could not contain it. it does nothing to harm the tree and eventually rebounds quickly. this however ensured no fruiting. this tells the tree to send out new growth shoots from its base. this is what you trim every so often so as not to compete w the main trunks(3 in my case). transplants don't usually fruit the first year anyway. this is the only pruning that would be need, due to the circumstances.
In how many months do I get figs fruit?
Sastry V on Nov 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You'll would get it the first year. But I wouldn't recommend to let it have fruit the first year. Pick it off let the tree grow nice and healthy. Second year or third year be better for the longevity of the tree. Hope this help
What type of fertilizer does this plant require?
Linda C on Apr 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used Miracle Grow all purpose out side. When I kept it inside I used miracle grow house plant foam. It kept it's leaves and a few green figs that did not ripen because fruit came later. I have it outside in it's pot that has a water reservoir in the bottom. The foliage is already lush and full. It's a beautiful plant in or out. I'd keep it if it never had figs.
Can this be kept indoors?
Ellie Y on Feb 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I just bought my fig tree last summer and I do keep mine indoors, it's growing but no way ready to produce fruit just yet. It's about three feet in pot so far. Much smaller when I got it. I guess if it's getting too big in my house I will have to call and check on how to prune it so I can continue to keep it in the house. Plus it said in the paperwork that it can be kept in the house, I live in NJ so it's too cold to keep out all year. Can't wait for it to produce some fruit. Good luck on yours. Hope this info helps.
is this ok to grow in a pot, I don't want to put it in the ground?
Iona O on Aug 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have 2 in pots and they're doing well. The temperature in our area gets down to around 30 occasionally but I will leave the pots outside next to the house wall and cover them with a frost cloth before frosty nights..
I purchase Miss Figgy tress. Can I plant them in one really big pot together?
susan s on Sep 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: We planted 2 little Miss Figgy Trees, each in their own fairly large pot. That was April 2015. Now, 5 months later they fit each pot nicely and have a nice shape. Only about 24" tall, about 24 " wide, bushy, but no figs this year. I think they might be crowded if planted together.
Can this tree grow indoors?
fig_lover on Aug 19, 2015
My miss figgy tree is growing very well, but the leaves on the bottom branches are touching the ground. I'm afraid the mower will hurt the tree. Can I trim those bottom leaves back?
Patricia M on Aug 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can go ahead and trim them back it will not effect the tree.
Can this be grown in a container in southwestern Pennsylvania?
Danielle K on Apr 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don''t know Danielle. My three yo figgy is not small-the same size as some other figs I planted. Plus, on Martha's Vineyard, off the MA coast, the figs haven't ripened soon enough to enjoy before frost.
what time of the year does this produce fig?
vrd2017 on Jan 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Miss Figgy grew really fast in her first year. I have yet to see figs though (which may be a function of my cool summers here in SF.) I don't know the answer to your question.
When do I plant ? I'm in Monterey California
Shelley P on Oct 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: plant NOW. It's Fall, the perfect time to get trees into the ground so they can set up a good root system for Spring growth.
What type of soil do I use to plant Little Figgy in a I feed it also?
Angela C on Apr 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I planted mine in a raised plant bed filled with a self fertilizing potting soil last year. It gets drip irrigation every other day and I now augment fertilizing with a slow release all purpose fertilizer every 4 to 6 months depending on the rain. I live in the southeastern part of NC and had to cover my little tree a couple of days this winter.
How often to water when first planted and thereafter?
susana s on Mar 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Fig trees have a fair drought tolerance. Once established they will need a deep watering once every one to two weeks. Feel your soil, if it feels like its drying out close to the surface then it’s time to water your tree. Trees kept in containers will often need more water than those planted in the ground. Keep on your trees more often during times of extreme heat or prolonged droughts.
I live in Michigan and I would love to have 2 or more fig trees. Which of the fig trees will survive the Michigan weather with as little as possible in care In the winter?
Soumaya H on Oct 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I know they cannot survive harsh winters. In MA I put what branches I could on the ground and vovered them in burlap. They look good
I understand that this is a dwarf fig tree. What varieties are used to create this tree? Or what other types of figs is the fruit most comparable too?
Christina N on Dec 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a cross between the Chicago Hardy and Viollete de Bordeaux.
I like stuffed grape leaves. Does Little Miss Figgy have edible leaves?
christine s on Dec 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Fig leaves are not only edible, but have medicinal properties as well.
Although fig leaves are edible, they are used in very few recipes. In fact, Dave’s Garden website acknowledges that fig leaves are typically only used to “wrap around foods.” For example, the Saveur website features a “Grilled Sea Bass Wrapped in Fig Leaves” recipe, while the Martha Stewart website features a “Salmon Wrapped In Fig Leaves” recipe. The leaves can also be used as a wrap for rice and vegetables, giving the dish a Mediterranean flavor.

How come you do not ship this tree to Arizona? Just curious because I will be moving there in a couple years and want to know if it's a problem in AZ...
Kirsten C on Dec 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Agricultural restrictions prohibits us from shipping it into your state.
Does this tree bear 1 or 2 crops?
jennifer c on Nov 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It only produces 1 crop in Mid September.
Just received my little miss figgy yesterday. The leaves are all droopy, and feel a bit dry. Is this normal? I have it in a large pot on my patio. Full sun. It was droopy out of the box.
Rita E on Aug 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is normal. It could be just be a little stressed from shipping. Give it some time and it should bounce back.
I purchased a Little Miss Figgy tree a couple years ago. It is now at least four feet high and about the same width and more of a bush than a tree. It has at least a couple hundred figs on it but they are very small (diameter about one inch). I thought maybe it was typical of this tree (bush) since the name of the tree includes "Little." However, I also purchased a Celeste fig tree at the same time and it is now producing abundantly but the figs are also small. I thin my stone fruit trees to produce larger fruit but only cut a few figs off the trees because the cut stems have a sticky white liquid on them. But my question is whether I should have cut off a lot of the figs to get larger fruit? I can still do that since there is an abundance of fruit that is still immature. By the way, the figs are delicious if you take the time to break open and eat a number of them.
Sylvia S on Jul 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Wish I had an answer for you. My tree is about 6' tall with 5 +more limbs. It produced it's first fig this season. Like you described, it is very small. I will patiently wait to see if it produces more next year.
I think if I had a large crop of small fruit I would thin them like I do my peaches.
How much fruit to expect from mature tree?
Sam B on Jul 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not much , the tree was in house all winter, not worth all the problems of
fruit in the north, Toledo Ohio
Will Miss Figgy survive in a large pot indoors with sun ?
Hilliard K on May 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would not recommend growing it indoors. It will need 100 chill hours, in the winter when they are dormant.
When to fertilize year old tree in ground?
Cliff G on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Usually fig trees don’t require any fertilizing, unless you know that your lawn is lacking in nutrients. If you need to fertilize your trees it’s best to do so in the early spring. Use a slow release, well balanced organic fertilizer, like formula 10-10-10.
How deep are the roots?
Curtis R on Jan 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I recieved my plant on April 2015. It was approx 4 inches long(roots). I planted it in a 14 inch (across the top) light green pot. using their potting mix. It has done well so far & is now dormant as it is winter here(tn). i leave it outside in the porch on the south side. It does need some cold hours to really do well. I also catch rain water as most wells and city/county water may be too harsh.Good luck.

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