Citrus Varieties

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Note: Due to heavy Citrus demand, we are low on many varieties.

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Attention!!! Due to quarantine laws, we can only sell citrus to residents who live in the following counties: Fort Bend, Harris, Montgomery, Galveston, and Brazoria counties!

Produced in Texas
Grafted to hardy root stock

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Bloomsweet Hybrid Grapefruit

Bloomsweet Grapefruit

We have carried this selection of Citrus. Availability and sizes change. We can not list every size and price here.
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Tree Variety Description
Calamondin Citrus microcarpa This is a cold tolerant mandarin/ kumquat cross, widely grown in Asia, fruit is tangy and resembles a small slightly flattened orange. Rind is sweet, pulp is seedy and used for flavoring. Used in making marmalades, this tree is most decorative and can survive in a small pot for years. Food plant for butterflies.
Grapefruit C. × paradisi Grapefruit is a hybrid originating in Barbados as an accidental cross between two introduced species, sweet orange (C. sinensis) and pomelo or shaddock (C. maxima), both of which were introduced from Asia in the seventeenth century.
Grapefruit Bloomsweet Grapefruit
Grapefruit Golden Grapefruit C. × paradisi
Grapefruit Oro Blanco Grapefruit Citrus grandis × C. Paradisi/Citrus maxima/Citrus grandis a sweet seedless citrus hybrid (diploid acidless pomelo and a seedy white tetraploid grapefruit) fruit similar to grapefruit
Grapefruit Rio Red Grapefruit
Grapefruit Ruby Red Grapefruit Delicious sweet red meat, produces every year. Vigorous, superior variety, almost seedless.
Kumquat Changshou Citrus japonica
Kumquat Meiwa Sweet Kumquat (Sweet Kumquat) Superior variety with heavy yields that are sweet and have few seeds. This nearly thornless kumquat has round fruit and is considered the best for eating. Produces sweet fruit in cool coastal climates. Easy to grow.
Kumquat Nagami Kumquat
Lemon Eureka variegated pink Lemon Unusual variety with cream colored variegation. Striped fruit has a pink meat, makes good lemonade.
Lemon Improved Meyer Lemon Citrus × limon This is a cross between a lemon and possibly an orange or a mandarin. Tends to be ever bearing, most popular, sweet fruit ripens summer, smooth skin, hardy to 25 degrees, dwarf habit, easy to grow.
Lemon Iranian Lemon Large cold hardy lemon.
Lemon Seedless Lisbon Lemon
Lemon Ponderosa Lemon (9 pound lemon) Unusual lemon with large flowers and huge fruit, ripens year round, hardy to 25 degrees.
Lemon Ujukitsu
Lime Kaffir Lime Citrus hystrix Much sought after, leaves used in Asian and Thai cooking, hardy to 28 degrees.
Lime thornless Key Lime Bartenders Lime or Key Lime, medium sized fruit, has few seed, most popular, hardy to 25 degrees.
Lime Persian Lime Citrus latifolia (bears lime) Larger fruit than Mexican lime, acidic and very juicy, matures to yellow, picked green, this variety is cold hardier than Mexican lime.
Lime Dwarf Mexican Lime
Manderine Algerian (Clementine) Citrus × clementina Clementines are the tiniest of the mandarins. Imported from Spain, Morocco, and other parts of North Africa, clementines are a cross between a sweet orange and a Chinese mandarin. They are small, very sweet, and usually seedless. Most people think of clementines as small tangerines, but they are a different variety entirely, with a distinctive taste. The Clementine is an excellent eating orange. Its small size and lack of seeds make it particularly popular with kids.
Manderine Honey Mandarine
Manderine Kishu Manderine Seedless Citrus reticulata
Manderine Pong Koa Manderine
Orange Cara Cara Navel Orange Grown primarily in Venezuela, South Africa, and the California San Joaquin Valley. It is believed to have developed as a cross between the Washington navel and the Brazilian Bahia navel.
Orange Hamlin sweet Orange
Orange Mandarin Orange Citrus reticulata The tree is more drought-tolerant than the fruit. The mandarin is tender, and is damaged easily by cold. The mandarin orange is but one variety of the orange family. The mandarin has many names, some of which actually refer to crosses between the mandarin and another citrus fruit. Some varieties are Satsuma (of which there are 200 cultivars), Clementine, Tangerine, Tangor.
Orange Moro Blood Orange Citrus sinensis "Moro" Deep red coloration, almost purple-red, due to the presence of anthocyanin. Very productive, early maturity, distinctive aroma.
Orange Pineapple Orange the least cold hardy of the orange varieties
Orange Red Navel Orange Large flavorful, nearly seedless, easy to peel, very sweet, ripens early, medium sized tree with round top.
Orange Republic of Texas Citrus sinensis "Republic of Texas" the only true cold-hardy orange tree, produces a sweet, seedy, medium-sized orange that ripens between November and January
Pumello Chandler Red Pumello Citrus maxima The pomelo is the largest citrus fruit. It tastes like a sweet, mild grapefruit, though the typical pomelo is much larger in size than the grapefruit. Native to Southeast Asia. It is pale green to yellow when ripe, with sweet white (or, more rarely, pink or red) flesh and very thick albedo (rind pith).
Pumello Sarawak
Satsuma Arctic Frost Satsuma (patented)
Satsuma Brown Select Satsuma Citrus unshiu
Satsuma Kimbrough Satsuma nice full size, much sought after and extra hardy
Satsuma Okitsu Satsuma Same qualities as Owari, newer, ripens slightly earlier.
Satsuma Owari Satsuma The original and the most cold hardy citrus for the area, a mandarin cross, this sweet nearly seedless orange looks and peels like a tangerine. Slow growing tree reaching 10 to 12ft, heavy producer ripens October - December. Easy to grow!
Tangerine Algerian (Clementine)
Tangerine Dancy The rind has deep reddish-orange color at maturity and is easily peeled due to the thin, leathery peel.
Tangerine Sunburst Citrus × tangerina This variety bears big, red-orange, thin skinned fruit in late fall. Nearly seedless with a rich flavor, heavy yields.
Tangelo Orlando
Tangelo Wekiwa Citrus × tangelo Tangelo is a citrus fruit that is a hybrid of a tangerine and either a pomelo or a grapefruit.Tangelos generally have loose skin and are easier to peel than oranges. They are easily distinguished from oranges by a characteristic knob at the top of the fruit.

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