Great potted plant for cooler zones (USDA 3-5), and doing well in ground for warmer zones (USDA 6-9). Chicago Hardy is a sport of Brown Turkey. If planted outdoors in the ground will regenerate from the roots in zone 5, but will be pressed to yield ripe fruit without season extension devices. I grow mine in large pots for the highest yields of figs in my zone 5b/6a zone here at our farm.
Marseilles and Negronne are both great potted figs for zones 4-6, and great in-ground figs for zones 7-9/10. I like to keep my figs in 7 or 12 gal pots for ease of movement. Every other year you can root prune before they break dormancy in late winter, removing the lower third of the root mass in the pot. Then repot with fresh potting mix. Fertilize once it has leafed out.