Citrus Fruit Trees

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Citrus Fruit Trees

Valencia Orange

Sweet and seedless. The flowers on this tree will bouquet your patio with fragrance and grow into thick-skinned oranges that are great for making your own juice. May bloom again while fruit still remains on the tree, allowing for different harvest intervals. Heat-tolerant. Fruit takes about 12 months to ripen. Harvest in spring through mid-summer. Self-pollinating. When your tree matures, it will be approximately 8-10’ tall x 4-5’ wide.

 

 

Washington Navel Orange

Delicious, easily peeled, seedless fruit is produced by this medium-sized tree. Fragrant flowers in spring and handsome foliage, year-round. Moderate grower to 15 – 20 ft. Smaller as a container plant. Requires partial to full sun. Needs regular watering; weekly or more often in extreme heat.

 

Eureka Lemon

Produces an abundance of fine, market-quality lemons year round. Juicy fruit with few seeds that are borne at an early age. Attractive landscape specimen with bronzy-purple new growth. Moderate grower to 20 ft. tall and wide. Requires full sun. Needs regular watering; weekly or more often in extreme heat.

 

 

Moro Blood Orange

Unique red fleshed orange that produces delightful flavored juice with a hint of raspberry. Highly ornamental tree with red blushed fruit borne in clusters near the outside of tree. Moderate growing tree to 12 – 15 ft. tall and wide. Requires full sun. Needs regular watering; weekly or more often in extreme heat.

 

Satsuma Mandarin

A close to seedless mandarin that is the most cold tolerant of all the commercially grown citrus trees. It has glossy green foliage and springtime blooms that add ornamental value to a garden. This small fruit ripens from November through December.

 

 

Minneola Tangelo

Delightful tangerine-grapefruit hybrid produces juicy, thick skinned orange-red fruit with a rich tangerine flavor. Winter ripening fruit has few seeds. Great in containers. Moderate grower to 12 ft tall and wide. Requires partial to full sun. Needs regular watering; weekly or more often in extreme heat.

 

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