The only problem with it was that it was taller than I expected. I got 12 figs last summer I expect many more this. And will be the only gig in the valley. I have not had any trouble with rabbits. We use the highest level and quality of packaging methods. I planted mine outside, in NE Nebraska and got figs on both plants in my first year but had to cover them with straw and burlap during the winter. Services. Hi, I live in Bayside NY and also it's zone 6B. I wrapped and insulated that tree for the winter, but it still died, the new sprouting from the way to the ground. Only a cold tolerant fig tree that can be grown in USDA zones 5-10. My zone is 6B/7A. We're at your service! They like the soil to hold a good supply of water, especially when the fruits are developing in summer, but not so much water that the soil stays constantly soggy or wet, which can be problematic. I love this fig tree. Zone 4b has a low temperature of -25 to -20 Fahrenheit and -28.9 to -31.6 Celsius, spanning from centrally located regions in the Midwest and northeast US, southern coastal areas of Alaska, coastal regions of eastern Canada, northern regions of Europe, some central and northern interior regions of China, southern regions of interior South America, and coastal regions of northern and interior regions of southern Japan. Your success is our priority. I've ordered from other mail-order tree dealers and have had fairly poor results. The winter of 2015-16 was very cold and it died back to the ground. Last winter we left the tree unattended (in a southern exposure outdoor garden) and the top died off. Lost a couple of branches but that may be due to the winterizing process. I am in Zone 6A. Will often tolerate zone 5 temperatures if given a sheltered location and root protection. I harvested 36 so far and 50 more getting close to harvest. Beth Steele | Wilson Bros Gardens, Packaged well. Exhibits drought-tolerance once established. I got figs from both last year. I've had mine awhile, but I think it was about 3' tall. They can tolerate shade, but prefer full sun and need protection from harsher winter winds. The sweet, purple fruits ripen and are ready to harvest in mid summer and continue through late fall. I haven't had a chance to contact Stark Brothers but I was very disappointed. I used good soil and the coconut husk filler for helping with water. It was our tree?? Shop Brighter Blooms 2-Gallon Chicago Hardy Fig Tree Fruit Tree in Potundefined at Lowe's.com. Last year I purchased a dwarf hardy chicago fig tree from you. I have shopped other sites for years.This was my 1st purchase from Wilson Bros Gardens. Russian 26 Cold Hardy Pomegranate - 3 Gallon Pot, Apache Thornless Blackberry - 1 Gallon Pot. Originates from Sicily. Last year I didn't bring in the figs early enough and the pots froze to the concrete, so that didn't work out so well for me. this fig should bear fruit on both new and old growth - I'd just watch and wait March is early in the growing season. found 3 figs in my tree bought in June 2015 but inside is white and not sweet or any flavor? Lots of great reviews, easy to maintain and good for my climate! I moved it to my backyard and it's thriving nicely. Only fig for winter climate zones; One of the most cold hardy of all figs. Caution: feed lightly until well established and ready to set fruit. We get very heavy snows and below zero wind chills.I have. Never know when there'll be a colder-than-average winter! We love to keep in touch with our customers and talk about what's happening each season at Stark Bro's. It turned out that the number one reason figs don't ripen is the lack of enough water. Had a dickens of a winter. Best wishes. Figs are epicurean marvels, delicious in salads, added to cereal, or served as a wrapped appetizer. Nothing quite like a fresh fig from your own tree! Thanks for the great review! Here is a pic 'right out of the box'! Zone 5a has a low temperature of -20 to -15 Fahrenheit and -26.2 to -28.8 Celsius, spanning from central regions in the Midwest and lower regions of the northeast US, southern coastal areas of Alaska, coastal regions of western Canada, central interior regions of Europe, central and northern interior regions of China, southern interior regions of South America, and coastal regions of northern and interior regions of southern Japan. It is not necessary to pinch off the fruit since this fig tree tends to produce a few figs the first year of planting. It survived the Winter with no issues (I live in Maryland) though I did wrap it's trunk just to give it added protection. In colder climates, bring the potted tree indoors before the first hard frost. Ah, it's still a wee thing. I wouldn?? It sounds like maybe my new branches are dead (clipped the ends... they are brown inside with a white core. I know there are varieties you can find that will grow inside as long as the are self pollinating or have another plant to pollinate. mine did not do so well in the harvesting department maybe got 3 figs were not eatable.. maybe this year we both brought our fig trees in for the winter I rent my home so it will stay on my porch in a large pot I can let you know how it harvests this year both have not harvested any fruit over the winter. Unlike most other fruit trees, fig trees typically don?? I would let them develop. We live in zone 5 and chose this cold hardy fig tree for our yard. The item you are trying to purchase is currently out of stock.Please enter your name, email, and location below. Bottom line, we want you to get exactly what you paid for - Guaranteed! Or should I assume it's dead and pull it out now? Last winter was more mild and there was no die back. We get lots of figs. Chicago Hardy Fig is one of the most prolific figs to grow in cold areas of the northern U.S.. The skin is very tender. Will try to experiment with these a lot once fruit bears. We got about 80" of rain that year, so I didn't have to water them in at all. 2. Hopefully it will make it thru the winter. I would call Stark Bros and ask them they always give me good advice. I cut the tip off one of the branches that grew after I potted it.The branch is brown and it has a white core. I hope. We initially planted it in a huge planter, which, My tree was about 6 feet tall and i wrapped it with several layers of burlap and then put up a plastic fence about 6 ft high and about 5 ft in diameter around the tree and filled it with leaves. The plant produces high-yields of delicious, medium size fruit, and is heat and drought tolerant when established. I have watered sparingly and more often as there are green leaves. Your tree should come back to life but it might not get fruit after recovering from such cold temperatures. Thanks for the great review! - Brent | Wilson Bros Gardens, I ordered this tree for my father for his 83rd birthday. I suppose you could keep it trimmed down. Let us know if there's ever anything else we can do for you. can I plant my Chicago Hardy Fig in the ground? The new stems will sprout out from the root. I hope to plant my 2 new fig trees plus graft some of their trimmed branches onto the dud tree. Rest assured - We Guarantee It! Note: This was planted 4-18-19 and we are still losing oak leaves from our trees! Chicago Hardy Figs are hardy to Canada Zone 6. Once again, thanks. Figs are natives of the Mediterranean region and have My tree is 6' tall. Last year it bore seven HEAVENLY fruits. We have both Brown Turkey and Chicago Hardy and live in Springfield, Illinois. ?s first winter with us and it was a very harsh winter getting to -25 F. Our tree didn?? Look forward to planting and watching it grow.----------------------------------------We are so glad you are pleased with your purchase! Pick figs when showing good color. Its in a 20 gal pot on my deck. We're at your service! The plants were a little small in diameter and that may be why the plants died. Etna type cold hardy fig. One year later and it is still growing. When I opened it mid April this year it was already starting to grow figs. Can i plant this outside in Fitchburg,mass? I noticed new leaves comin out of the soil and from the bottom of the trunk. I expect that the more confined space for roots will force faster fruiting which might not be desirable when the trees are young. ---------------------- WBG Reply: Hi Bob - Thanks so much for taking the time to provide your review of the Chicago Cold Hardy Fig tree you purchased from us. They are slow to bud Spring 2015, but once they leafed, they were nice bushes. So far so good. NATURE ATTRACTION Savor sweet dark mahogany fruit with rich red flesh with this amazing fig. Additionally, I did get a few figs my first year. fig trees are paradoxal: They are marked by strength and weakness. I got my fig tree last year and they produced three figs. Healthy, well rooted, no signs of diseases, shipped and packaged well We planted our fig in the. Live just outside Chicago so I think this should make it thru the Chicago winter! Grows well in containers! I have my tree potted for the time being. I winterized it as recommended with the planting instructions, and "wow", it survived North East Ohio's winter with flying colors. It has produced 5-6 secondary branches off of the main trunk, and has grown very quickly during its spring/summer growth phases. We're still not positive it made it through the Buffalo winter but, if it did, we have high hopes for it this year. It has to be hardy but not tardy. --------------------- WBG Reply: Hi Danielle - Thanks so much for your review of the Chicago Cold Hardy Fig Tree. I live in northern Indiana and have a brown turkey and a Chicago Hardy. Before purchasing plants to grow in your landscape or gardens, make sure it is one that will most likely survive the average low temperature in your zone. The plant produces high-yields of delicious, medium size fruit, and is heat and drought tolerant when established. Its stems are hardy to 10°F and its roots can withstand temperatures down to -20°F. They're healthy and ready to go! However, in 2016 a lot of new growth occurred and again a late crop of a few figs were harvested. I've even tried burying the entire plant in leaves with a structure to keep the leaves in place.No good either. Be patient, the new growth will happen in May or June. In 2015 we bought the hardy fig because we live near Chicago, so we thought it would be appropriate. - Brent | Wilson Bros Gardens, The order was packed very securely in a sturdy box and arrived a week earlier than expected. The Chicago hardy fig tree survived our zone 6b winter. We hope you enjoy it for years to come. Disease resistant. If in the rare event the plants or products you purchased from us were damaged during transit, or if you are not satisfied with the quality of the plants, please call or. We are in zone 6 and almost all our several fig trees have died down to the ground line nearly every year. They are fast growing fruit trees. If the ants are on it, it is past time to pick. But the catalogue description indicated that the Chicago Hardy Fig would do well here, so I went ahead and bought one. In the spring, new shoots grew from the soil around the dead branches. My figs didn't die back to the roots this year so I cut the dead parts off. The tree is about 3 ft tall right now. Zone 7b has a low temperature of 5 to 10 Fahrenheit and -12.3 to -14.9 Celsius, spanning all the way across the US; from eastern California through southern New Mexico and central Texas, across the northern parts of Georgia and the Carolinas to the mid Atlantic coast, coastal regions of western Canada, central interior regions of Europe, central interior regions of China, coastal regions of northern and areas just inland in southern Japan, southern interior regions of South America, and northern and southern interior regions of Africa. They are easy to grow! I am getting the new growth from fhe bottom and roots. Then winter came. Figs are delicious healthy snacks. That caused it to branch out very nicely. !---------------------------WBG Reply: Hi Jay, Thanks so much for taking the time to provide your review of the Chicago Cold Hardy Fig. I'm ready to pot both our current figs up and bring them into our heated greenhouse to see if we can get more than 2or 3 ripe figs. After first years with a couple periods of -5 to -10 deg it still grew back from root, formed a bunch of figs but they did not ripen before turning back cold. Hope it will flourish and looking forward to years of figs. We wrapped and insulated that tree for the winter, but it still died back all the way to the ground. It is a little big tougher than a brown turkey fig but I would not consider it tough. And it was rated for it. Already have some and they are delicious! Since you'll be planting it in fall, for its first winter there in VA I might suggest a thick layer (3 to 4 inches) of straw or shredded wood mulch around the tree to provide some insulation. I live in Columbus, OH, and DON'T bury my Chicago Hardy. We cut off a branch, as instructed, to look for living tissue, but we only saw brown. I'd like advice on wrapping it for the winter. I would cover it though in the winter if where you live is subject to dropping below freezing an accumulating ice and snow. ?t get them to ripen in time to eat them .. what am I doing wrong ??? I planted in Appleton, Wisconsin a couple years ago. Hope you enjoy it for years to come. Chicago Cold Hardy is self-pollinating and exceptionally easy to grow. My Chicago Hardy Fig was delivered at the beginning of April. Can I keep this fig tree in a pot on my balcony that faces south east? I'm looking forward to getting to eat my own fresh figs! It grew a few figs and leaves. To ensure you'll be planting and growing the plants you purchase from us like the pros, under the PLANTING and CARE tabs on every plant page in Wilson Bros Gardens you'll find detailed descriptions and planting and care instructions provided by our horticultural experts. Came back strong after freezing to the ground last winter. I love figs and needed one that is cold-hardy. My wife said she wanted to eat 100 of them!!! When your order has been packaged it is shipped via FedEx or UPS special priority to ensure an on time delivery and a healthy plant. It was taller being the select one, but after the winter it did not grow from the original trunk, but started sprouting out from the base. Mine is in the ground this year and is growing like crazy....very healthy! The pot needs to be large with good drainage. Margaret. Since 1816, Stark Bro’s has promised to provide customers with the very best fruit trees and plants. It also takes 1 to 2 years to bear fruit. The fruit will be worth the effort and should you move you can take them with you.FYI, I am also growing espalier'd apples, peaches & plums in 24" barrels.Bob from Atlanta zone 7. Living in Michigan help decide on this tree due to bitter winters. Chicago Hardy Fig Tree (Ficus carica) makes an awesome addition to any yard and as its name implies, this tree originated in Chicago. We have three more in Smart Pots that we keep in our unheated garage. Other varieties are better for prime fig-growing areas of the South, but Hardy Chicago may be the ONLY option in less favorable winter climate fig-growing areas. I know how fast fig trees can grow so it should fill out nicely over the spring and summer. They were dormant in my basement all winter and are now out on my deck basking in the NY spring sun. Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! They are about a month ahead of the one in the garden. This is Kathy from Omaha, Nebraska. It set fruit fairly late in the season, several of which ripened, but the rest remained on the tree when I brought it into the garage for the winter. Growing your own figs are so worth the effort. I would have said the figs got too much water. The few we've gotten that ripened were worth nearly any effort to produce them. I can't answer your about keeping it indoors and presumably growing and green year around. It may go well with my Brown Fig. We are on the Lake Michigan coast. I wouldn't cut anything for a few weeks, then trim off the dead parts when it's really obvious. Very Happy with my new Chicago Fig. Received my fig tree and was happy to see the big green leaves and the good size of the main stem. The tree flourishes despite the harsh winters. Wrong. Root girdling and other harmful problems might arise, so, playing it safe, I would say pruning is the better method at controlling the mature tree size of your fig tree if you plan on planting it in the ground. But it di die back completely to the ground. Results VERY DISAPPOINTING - More Dead Than Alive. Order online today for fast delivery to your doorstep! I keep it in my garage in the winter. Thank you!----------------------------------------------------We are so glad you are pleased and we hope you enjoy it for years to come! I did not cover the tree last fall because of my illness. I planted two figs outside the year before last. I got fruit the first year. For over 200 years, Stark Bro's has helped people around America provide delicious home-grown food for their families. I planted my chicago fig in the ground last september.I mulched the base and wrapped the top in a large onion bag just to keep the deer from nibbling over the winter..we had minus 20. We cut them before winter. Copyright var date = new Date(); document.write(date.getFullYear()) Wilson Bros Gardens. Do not include HTML, links, references to other stores, pricing or contact info. Got a few leaves last year but no fruit. I keep it on my second floor deck in a pot in the summer. I live in a colder climate and didn?? I did the first 2 years, I planted it in my yard this last fall. That proved false. Love fresh figs in my garden and can't wait to have them again. I think my fig tree is now either 5 or 6 years old. The chill hour requirements are few, if any, and most common fig varieties are cold tolerant at least to 20 degrees with a few exceptions that are hardy into the single digits. I live in Southeast Arizona at 4500'. We keep our tree in our basement for the Winter, haven't had a problem, I believe we have the tree for 4-5 years and it comes back every Spring. But it has grown too big for my pots. Vince, I planted two Chicago Hardy bareroot [Stark Bros] last year in 24" wood wiskey barrels and they are doing fine. Now it can take up to 5 years for the roots to fully establish so that there is no winter die back. The plant was healthy on arrival. It's mid May and has leafed out well! My husband loves figs and this one is hardy in our zone. I live in zone 6a. I suggest some patience before pruning. What else should I be doing? I only planted it last year so this will be the first winter it comes out of hibernation. Thanks for the kind words!! You'll get fruit with only one plant! Or would this be achieved just by pruning? What could be more enjoyable and rewarding than installing a landscape you can eat? So in love. Chicago Hardy figs are medium-small, prolific, and have excellent, rich, sweet flavor. I'm in Denver, CO (zone 5) and I have located the warmest spot in my yard to plant a Chicago Hardy Fig. If you live in an area like I do where one day you will be in short sleeves and the next day it will be well below freezing.Or you have late frost. I removed the small fruit that emerged the first year and will probably do the same the second year. You'll find answers to many questions on our FAQ page. We cover them with three feet of straw and they do very well. Very pleased with my fig tree. One had small figs on it.--------------------------------------------------Hi David, Thanks so much for taking the time to provide your review of the Chicago Cold Hardy Fig. Those are the only figs I know of that will grow in this climate. no green). Besides the fruit is absolutely delicious. Chicago Hardy Fig. They were delicious! They are doing well and have about 15 figs in each in only their second year. After spring planting and weekly watering they budded out,made a few branches ....AND ..midway thru summer they blossomed and then gave us 4 figs!!!! I buy exclusively from Stark Brothers and have had 100% satisfaction with them. We will contact you as soon as this product is available. Last year I purchased a dwarf hardy chicago fig tree from you. I guess I expected a stronger tree. All the trees bushed out well and are starting to look very healthy. We're at your service! We're glad you love it and hope you enjoy it for many years to come. Just make sure you dig a hole 2' wider and deeper than the existing root ball. I will hope for good growth and fruit. I have been informed that the other trees have yielded as many and more figs! We have one of these trees in the garden and last winter it suffered no cold damage (probably down to 5 or 10 degrees F). Thanks to Jen she replaced it with another one. Its stems are hardy to 10 degrees Fahrenheit and the roots are hardy to 20 degrees below zero. Excellent products and Excellent customer support . Avoid leaving your Fig Tree outdoors over the winter in zones 6B and below. I'm not sure what winter cold is like where you live, but I planted a Chicago fig with the assurance that it could withstand temperatures a few degrees below zero. Thank you. Last year we got figs under each leaf. We're at your service! When ready a fig's inside is red to brownish red. I ordered a fig with some trepidation since New Mexico winters can be harsh, and spring winds merciless. Niether the top-growth or the roots of the tree survived the winter. It should easily recover. I will hope for good growth and fruit. - Brent | Wilson Bros Gardens, Wilson Bros Gardens sent a vigorous, healthy plant – well packed and promptly. Because I live in Maine. Cold, drought and heat tolerant, the Chicago Hardy Fig tree can grow in most states! Got them in the ground in early November and already they've added a twelve inches stem growth despite a chillier than expected winter. Read more about our warranty policy. I did not call the stakbros to complain because the replacement will not do well in in my area. We had a succession of nights a bit below zero, so I spread insulation on the ground around, then covered both the seoond-year tree and the ground with blankets. The fruit is exceptional tasting and puts anything commercially available to shame. I recommend this tree. ?Chicago hardy??? :) Beth Steele | WBG, My fig tree finally sprouted leaves and is doing great. In soil with low fertility it'll be worth your time to mix in some organic compost to the native soil. I don't think rabbits would be a problem but other critters might be wouldn't hurt to put fen=cing around it. Stems that die back will likely resprout in spring and produce fruit on the new wood. 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