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.
Sour Orange
These flavorful Citrus varieties feature fragrant flowers and abundant crops of unique fruit.
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
Seville Sour Orange
Citrus aurantium
Make delicious marmalade and juice with the tart fruit of this popular variety. Widely grown in southern Europe, Seville is also a valuable ornamental and is prized for its fragrant flowers, large, bright orange fruit and its dark green, lush foliage. 2638
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