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.
Large, seedless and easy to peel, Navel Orange varieties bear abundant crops of sweet, flavorful fruit. Great for eating fresh, they also make delicious juice.
Cara Cara Navel Orange
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.
This unique form on Navel Orange is prized for it’s very early ripening fruit, 3-4 weeks ahead of other Navel Orange varieties. Attractive, reddish-orange Fukumoto fruit is very sweet, juicy and flavorful. Somewhat less vigorous than other Nave Orange varieties, Fukumoto is naturally compact and well suited for container growing.
Washington Navel Orange
Seedless, sweet and easy to peel, Navel Oranges are the best for fresh eating. Washington is prized for its large, sweet and juicy bright orange fruit.