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Celeste

Our Citrus & Fruit Trees are nurtured by extremely experienced growers at our sixth-generation family farm. Each plant or tree that leaves our farm is approved by the USDA and ships directly from our farm to your door. We started our first online store back in 2004. Back then, we were the only farm selling citrus trees online. We have seen many mail order companies come and go in our time but we are still here! It is our mission to provide the best producing and healthiest trees in the country. This is why all of our trees and plants come with a free warranty. This warranty guarantees a free replacement if your tree dies under normal circumstances - you just cover the shipping costs. We genuinely care about our customers and want them to enjoy growing their own tropical plants and trees. Please contact us at (229) 299-5555 if you have any questions, concerns or prefer to order over the phone. Email us anytime at support@lemoncitrustree.com.



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Tree Description:

The Celeste Fig produces a small brown-to-purple colored fruit. It is one of the more cold-hardy of fig varieties. The tree is large, vigorous and very productive. Celeste usually does not have a Breba crop; the main crop ripens in mid-June. Celeste fruit has a tightly closed eye which inhibits the entry of the dried fruit beetle. The fruit does not experience excessive souring on the tree. Celeste has excellent, fresh dessert quality with a rich sweet flavor. The figs can be frozen or processed as fig preserves. Do not prune mature Celeste trees heavily because this can reduce the crop. Fig trees are tolerant of poorly drained soils and grow well in relatively infertile soils. The trees will have a higher yield with a monthly fertilizing program and deep watering twice a month in summer.

 

Growing Zones:

Figs are Cold Hardy in USDA Growing Zones 8-10. They are successful as a container-grown plant in all Growing Zones if brought indoors for the winter.

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