Fig Trees for Sale Online

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Buy Fig Trees Online from Perfect Plants

Fig trees are one of the easiest fruit trees to grow as they are self pollinating and do not require another tree for cross pollination. Get bushels of fresh, juicy figs with a  fig tree planted in your home, yard, or landscape.

You can have fun growing the figs in your backyard and enjoy them fresh off the tree. Trees will produce figs in as little as 1 year. Some of our large fig trees even have baby figs on them right now.

Shop mature Fig Trees for sale online now. You can be confident that your fig tree will arrive healthy and ready to plant thanks to our shipping warranty, guaranteed!

What Are The Best Fig Trees to Buy Online?

cut open figsFig fruit trees are low maintenance, drought tolerant, heat tolerant, and cold hardy to some degree. We have several fantastic fig varieties for you to choose from. 

The following are our favorites for reasons listed:

  • Chicago Hardy Fig: the most cold hardy on the market and able to withstand temperatures down to 10 degrees. 
  • Brown Turkey Fig: perhaps the most well known and most commonly grown fig tree variety with sweet, plump fruit. 
  • Black Mission Fig: a prolific producer that’s easy to grow & can withstand the heat. 

What to Know About Your New Fig Trees

Fig tree in the sun

Growing fig trees is very rewarding. When growing a fig tree you want to make sure the soil is well-draining and that your tree gets at least 4-6 hours of sunlight daily. Fig trees need lots of sun to produce fruit and without sunlight, the tree will not produce as much fruit. The best time to plant fig trees is in the early spring or late fall, when the tree is dormant.

Fig trees are hardy to zones 7 and up and should be placed inside during the winter if you live out of that zone range. One exception to this rule is our Chicago Hardy Fig tree which is cold hardy down to zone 5. You can read more about how to winterize a fig tree too!

These potted fig trees get fairly large if planted in the ground but can be maintained at a manageable size. You can also grow fig trees in pots!

Growing Fig Trees in Pots

You can grow fig trees in a container if you are limited in space. You will need to pot up every so often if they are container grown so their roots have plenty of room to grow and are not nutrient deficient.

When caring for a potted fig tree you will want to make sure the pot has drainage holes and very well-draining soil. You will also need to change the top soil annually and change out the entirety of the soil biannually. Fig trees like humus rich, nutrient dense soil so they can produce bushels of tasty figs! 

Lastly, you will need to put a two inch layer of mulch down at the base to keep the roots warm during the winter and help retain moisture during spring and summer

Fast Growing Fig Trees

close up of figs hanging from branch

Fig trees have a fast growth rate! Fig trees can grow about a foot per year. Adding fertilizer will help give your fig trees the boost they need to grow healthy and strong. We have plenty of other fast growing fruit trees to accommodate these requirements.

Have a question about our potted fig trees for sale? Contact us and check out our Fig Grow Guide for more details.

Fig Variety Identification



Grow Zone:

Mature Width:

Mature Height:

Special Feature:

Chicago Hardy 

Chicago Hardy Fig Tree dark purple fig growing on fig tree with hand picking it

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

9-12 ft

10-15 ft

  • Medium-sized figs 
  • Mahogany color on the outside and deep purple inside
  • Cold hardy and easy-to-grow


Celeste Fig Tree purple figs growing on green fig tree

6, 7, 8, 9, 10

7-10 ft

7-10 ft

  • Known as the “sugar fig” for its sweet taste
  • Violet -skinned with rose-colored pink flesh
  • Well-known and widely planted variety

LSU Purple

LSU Purple Fig Tree dark purple figs in a bowl near fig tree

7, 8, 9, 10

8-10 ft

8-10 ft

  • Highly productive fig cultivator
  • Extremely pest and disease-resistant
  • Heat tolerant

Brown Turkey

Brown Turkey Fig Tree purple and green figs in bowl on table

7, 8, 9

15-25 ft

10-30 ft

  • Also known as Aubique or Negro Largo
  • Great for eating and preserving

Black Mission

Black Mission Fig cut open on wooden cutting board with knife

7, 8, 9, 10

15-30 ft

10-30 ft

  • Popularly grown in backyards
  • purple/black-skinned fruits with strawberry-colored flesh

GE Neri

GE Neri Fig Tree bright purple and green figs growing on fig tree

7, 8, 9

5-6 ft

6-10 ft

  • Easy to care for known for its resilient nature and hardy roots
  • Great choice for patios 
  • Smaller stature


Kadota Fig Tree green yellow figs on table cut open with pink center

7, 8, 9

15-25 ft

15-25 ft

  • Distinct greenish-yellow fruit color
  • Sweet but mild flavor
  • Soft and creamy texture
  • Long harvest period


Olympian Fig Tree green yellow purple red figs in hands

6, 7, 8, 9, 10

8-10 ft

8-12 ft

  • Aesthetic tree and delicious fruit
  • Abundant harvest of sweet and juicy figs
  • Cold resistant
  • Medium to large-sized fruit


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