Growing Zones: 7-11 outdoors(hardy down to 10℉) 7-11 outdoors
- Mature Height:
- 4-6 ft.
- Mature Width:
- 3-4 ft.
- Full Sun
- Growth Rate:
- Harvest Time:
- Year to Bear:
- Fruits 1st Year!
- 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 & Photos
I am pleased with the tree and it is leafing out well; however, there is a large root that appears to be a primary root that is partially exposed and next to the trunk and growing down over the other roots. This winter, when the tree is dormant, I plan to cut it because I think it will be a problem as the tree grows and matures.
Love my little tree.
Ordering was quick and easy. Before I ordered it I had a question or two which was answered quickly. My tree was delivered within a week and was little but very healthy. Even had a tiny fig on it. It is growing in it's giant pot on my patio and looking great. I also received a very healthy yellow mum that was a gift. I would definitely order from this companyvagain.
Little Miss Figgy Tree.
Everything as described. I have potted this little tree put it inside in a sunny window as instructed for my climate at this time. Great directions. Very hopeful for fruit when it comes out of dormancy. I will likely propagate this when it has grown a bit or I might just order another from this company. This is self fruiting but should produce even more if there are 2.
Love my Little Miss Figgy!
Beautiful little Miss Figgy. I have this plant on my patio and it is doing well. I had a Brown Turkey fig tree that was planted in front of my In-Laws house in Baltimore. My father-in-law cut it back quite a bit after the polar vortex hit there. That tree now is like a huge Bush and has a bumper crop of figs every year.
Miss Foggy likes new home
Ordered two for cross pollination. The lone survivor is doing well. Got great deal Connolly grass as they were out of miss foggy. Will now order another. Avacodo tree and date palms really like my system
Planting & Care
The Little Miss Figgy Tree (Ficus carica 'Little Miss Figgy') is a small, dwarf tree often grown in containers as they reach a mature height of 4-6 feet tall and width of 3-4 feet wide. They are also a great addition to any garden and do not take up much space, but it’s recommended that you’re in growing zones 7-11 if you plan to plant this tree in the ground. They’re known for their blue-green lobed leaves and dark purple fruits that are deliciously sweet and packed full of iron, fiber, potassium and calcium. Eat them right off the tree, in a salad, or bake them in a dessert!
Planting Location: When deciding where to plant your fig tree keep in mind that fig trees perform best in full sun. They can tolerate shade, but prefer full sun. Plant them in an area that doesn’t get hit with harsh winter winds. Fig trees grown in containers should be placed by large sunny windows if kept indoors.
Planting Directions (in ground):
1) Once you’ve selected the perfect planting site, dig a hole that’s three times wider than your tree’s root ball and just as deep.
2) Loosen the soil on the sides of the hole with a shovel or pitchfork. Next, remove any debris like dirt clumps, grass, or rocks from the hole.
3) Position your tree and make sure it’s level with the surrounding ground and standing straight up.
4) Begin to back fill your hole and gently tamp the soil down to eliminate air pocketsfrom forming.
5) After the planting process is complete give your fig tree a slow, deep watering by holding a hose at its base and counting to 20.
6) Mulch around the base to conserve soil moisture and to keep weeds/grasses back.
Planting Directions (potted):
1) For container trees, select a container that’s slightly larger than the root ball (2 sizes larger than the initial container the fig came in works best).
2) Add a mixture of potting soil and organic planting mix to the container before you place your tree in it.
3) Make sure your tree stands straight up in its container and give it a good drink of water until you see water coming out the bottom of the pot. If your pot doesn’t contain drainage holes, you can quickly add some with a small drill.
4) Allow the top 2 inches of the soil to dry before watering again.
Watering: 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 it’s 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. Water your trees more often during times of extreme heat or prolonged droughts.
Fertilization: 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.
Weed Control: Placing a 3 to 4 inch thick layer of mulch around the base of your trees will prevent weeds from growing. It will also regulate the soil temperature, and help the soil retain moisture.
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