Citrus
Grow full-size Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruit and other delicious citrus fruit virtually anywhere. With our very dwarf rootstock, these delightful evergreen plants can be grown in containers and brought inside in the winter. In addition to their delicious fruit, Citrus plants feature wonderfully fragrant flowers in the winter. While most Citrus plants should be protected from freezing temperatures, Flying Dragon and Yuzu Ichandrin are hardy Citrus relatives that can be grown outdoors throughout the year west of the Cascade Mountains and in other regions with mild winters.
Australian Finger Lime
Microcitrus australasica
This fascinating and unusual variety is sometimes called Citrus Caviar. Contained in the dark purple, 3” long fruit are a multitude of juicy capsules bursting with intense, sweet-tart, lemon-lime flavor. Found in the wild in Australia, Finger Limes have only recently been introduced to the US. 2606
Bearss Lime
Citrus latifolia
Almost as big as a Lemon, Bearss Lime produces abundant, greenish-yellow, seedless, and very juicy fruit. Bearss Lime ripens in late winter into spring, and it can also produce some fruit year-around. 2650
Bergamot
Citrus bergamia
Best known as the flavoring in Earl Grey Tea, Bergamot fruit resembles an orange in shape, but is yellow like a lemon. Sweeter than a lemon, it is prized for its fragrant and delicious juice, which also makes highly regarded marmalade. 2607
Buddha’s Hand Citron
Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis
This unique variety bears striking fruit with “fingers”. The thick, intensely flavorful rind of this bright orange fruit is candied like orange peel or used as a delicious seasoning. 2610
Cara Cara Navel Orange
Citrus sinensis
A natural mutation of Navel Orange, Cara Cara was found in an Orange grove in Venezuela. Similar to Washington Navel in size, Cara Cara fruit is unique for its sweet, reddish pink flesh and occasionally variegated foliage. 2672
Cocktail Grapefruit
Citrus hybrid
A unique cross of Pummello and Mandarin Orange, this vigorous, attractive tree bears good crops of exceptionally juicy fruit. The bright yellow fruit features orange-yellow flesh and delicious, sweet-tart flavor. 2692
Flying Dragon
Poncirus trifoliata monstrosa
A unique and exotic Citrus relative, Flying Dragon is a deciduous, very dwarf tree with attractive, contorted branches and hook shaped thorns. Flying Dragon bears tart, yellow, 2” diameter fruit that can be used to make a lemon-like seasoning. Hardy to 0°F. aFlying Dragon can be grown outside in many areas of the Pacific Northwest and other regions of the U.S. with mild winters. 2602
Improved Meyer Lemon
Citrus meyeri
One of the easiest Citrus to grow, this superior variety can bloom and produce fruit year-around. Following the fragrant white flowers, you will enjoy the large, aromatic, orange-yellow lemons. Improved Meyer Lemon is very juicy and a little less acidic than regular Lemons. 2655
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