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.
Lime
Flavorful and juicy, Limes are typically a little smaller than Lemons with their own unique taste.
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
Kaffir Lime
Citrus hystrix
This valuable variety is prized for its unique, very spicy leaves that are used to flavor curries and other dishes. Kaffir Lime also bears good crops of small, intensely fragrant, bumpy fruit that is used in Southeast Asian cooking. 2615
Palestine Sweet Lime
Citrus limettioides
A unique, variety from the Middle East, Palestine Sweet Lime features beautiful, large, bright yellow fruit, which is more subtle in flavor than regular lime varieties. Popular in Asian and Middle Eastern dishes, it also makes a refreshing drink and the peel is grated and used for seasoning. 2659
Thornless Key Lime
Citrus aurantifolia
Prized for its very aromatic, flavorful and juicy, greenish-yellow fruit Key Lime is wonderful for juice, flavorings and the famous Key Lime pie, this easy to grow and harvest variety will produce fruit year-around. 2653
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