|Arbol de higo (fig tree) by Ivette Guzmán-Zavala|
"In the fifth year, you may eat its fruit" [Kedoshim 19:25]
While the fruits of a tree's fourth year are holy, and may be eaten only in Jerusalem, the fruits of the fifth year may be eaten anywhere.
According to Chassidic thought, the fruits of the fifth year actually correspond to a greater degree of spirituality than those of the fourth year. This is because the ultimate expression of spirituality is not that which must remain confined to a certain holy place (such as Jerusalem). Rather, the greatest holiness is that which permeates the mundane fabric of everyday life, so that even the lowest parts of this physical world are devoted to the "praise of G-d".
Based on Likutei Sichos, Lubavitcher Rebbe