Our unique, dwarf Citrus varieties can be grown in pots just about anywhere. Home gardeners throughout the U.S. love growing these beautiful, compact trees. In cold regions, grow these dwarf, attractive trees in containers and move them inside to a sunny location in the fall to protect them from winter cold. Wonderful ornamental and fruiting plants, they feature deliciously fragrant flowers and full-size, tasty fruit. Our dwarf Citrus are grafted onto Flying Dragon rootstock which keeps the plants below 6 feet in height and induces early fruit production.
Sour Orange
These flavorful Citrus varieties feature fragrant flowers and abundant crops of unique fruit, with tart and very flavorful skin and flesh. They are used for seasoning and make delicious juice and other drinks.
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
Citrus myrtifolia
A particularly attractive small tree, Chinotto is prized for its dense foliage, profuse fragrant flowers and bright orange fruit. Chinotto fruit is delicious candied, made into marmalade or for its juice. 2633
Citrus aurantium
The best for marmalade, this popular variety is widely grown in Europe and is prized for its fragrant flowers, large, tart bright orange fruit and dark green, lush foliage. 2638
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