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.
One of the hardiest citrus, Yuzu can be grown outdoors even where temperatures fall to the low teens or below. Yuzu bears abundant crops of tart, very flavorful fruit that is used to make delicious juice and preserves.
Sudachi Hybrid Yuzu
Prized in Japan for its very flavorful juice, Sudachi is a cross of Mandarin Orange and Yuzu. The unique, spicy juice from golf ball size Sudachi fruit is used to flavor soups, fish dishes and even ice cream and other desserts. Higher in Vitamin C than Lemons, Sudachi fruit is often picked green, when its flavor is most pronounced.
Prized in Japan for flavoring, juice and preserves, this hardy variety bears abundant, easy-to-peel, 3” diameter fruit with tasty, lemon-lime flavor. Yuzu is reportedly hardy to 0°F.