Information below is only the potential the plant has. You will be receiving one plant between 2.5 and 6 inches in height shipped in a 3 inch deep pot.
Ficus carica. 'magnolia' The most popular canning fig in the south. Tends toward souring and splitting if weather is wet. This can be reduced by picking just before maturity and used as preserves. Brown skin and amber pulp. Will bear after severe freeze. Very large fruit from mid July to Late August. Small tree 10 - 15'. Fruit are good for preserving. Zones 8-10. Does not need a pollinator.
Suited to the Southeastern US. It is of the common variety of fig meaning it does not require pollination or another plant to develop and mature fruit.
Overview: Average mature height: 10 to 15 feet. Soil: Well drained soil. Will not tolerate excessively wet soil, but needs ample moisture during fruiting. Light: Full sun. Zones: 8 - 10