Citrus Varieties

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

Please call ahead to confirm availability.

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

Our Citrus Trees are extra nice quality.

Bloomsweet Hybrid Grapefruit

Bloomsweet Grapefruit

Tree Variety Size - Price
Calamondin Calamondin 5 gal - $50
Grapefruit Australian Grapefruit 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Grapefruit Bloomsweet Grapefruit 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Grapefruit Cocktail Grapefruit 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Grapefruit Oro Blanco Grapefruit 3 gal - $45 --out of stock
Grapefruit Rio Red Grapefruit 5 gal - $50
Kumquat Changshou 3 gal - $45 --out of stock
Kumquat Meiwa Sweet Kumquat 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Kumquat Nagami Kumquat 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Lemon Eureka variegated pink Lemon 5 gal - $50
Lemon Improved Meyer Lemon 5 gal - $50
Lemon Iranian Lemon 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Lemon Seedless Lisbon Lemon 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Lemon Ponderosa Lemon 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Lemon Ujukitsu --out of stock
Lime Kaffir Lime 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Lime thornless Key Lime 5 gal - $50
Lime Persian Lime 5 gal - $50
Lime Dwarf Mexican Lime 3 gal - $45 --out of stock
Manderine Algerian (Clementine) 5 gal - $50
Manderine Honey Mandarine 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Manderine Kishu Manderine Seedless 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Manderine Pong Koa Manderine 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Orange Cara Cara Navel Orange 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Orange Clementine Mandarin Orange 5 gal - $50
Orange Hamlin sweet Orange 5 gal - $50
Orange Moro Blood Orange 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Orange Pineapple 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Orange Red Navel Orange 5 gal - $50
Orange Republic of Texas 2 gal - $35 --out of stock
Pumello Chandler Red Pumello 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Pumello Sarawak 3 gal - $45 --out of stock
Satsuma Arctic Frost Satsuma 5 gal - $65
Satsuma Brown Select Satsuma 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Satsuma Kimbrough Satsuma
much sought after and extra hardy
3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Satsuma Owari Satsuma 5 gal - $50
Tangerine Algerian (Clementine) 5 gal - $50
Tangerine Dancy 3 gal - $40 --out of stock
Tangerine Sunburst 5 gal - $50
Tangelo Orlando 5 gal - $50 --out of stock
Tangelo Wekiwa 3 gal - $40 --out of stock

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Information on Citrus Varieties
Calamondin   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 Ruby Red Delicious sweet red meat, produces every year. Vigorous, superior variety, almost seedless.
Kumquat Meiwa (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 costal climates. Easy to grow.
Lemon Meyer Tends to be ever bearing, most popular, sweet fruit ripens summer, smooth skin, hardy to 25 degrees, dwarf habit, easy to grow.
Lemon Ponderosa (9 pound lemon) Unusual lemon with large flowers and huge fruit, ripens year round, hardy to 25 degrees.
Lemon Iranian Large cold hardy lemon.
Lemon Variegated Pink Unusual variety with cream colored variegation. Striped fruit has a pink meat, makes good lemonade.
Lime Mexican Lime Bartenders Lime or Key Lime, medium sized fruit, has few seed, most popular, hardy to 25 degrees.
Lime Persian Lime (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 Kaffir Lime
Citrus hystrix
Much sought after, leaves used in Asian and Thai cooking, hardy to 28 degrees.
Orange Navel Large flavorful, nearly seedless, easy to peel, very sweet, ripens early, medium sized tree with round top.
  Red Navel Same as above but fruit inside is red and much sweeter!
Orange Clementine 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’re 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.
Satsuma Orange Owari 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 12' heavy producer ripens October - December. Easy to grow!
Satsuma Orange Okitsu Same qualities as above, newer, ripens slightly earlier than Owari.
Tangerine Sunburst This variety bears big, red-orange, thin skinned fruit in late fall. Nearly seedless with a rich flavor, heavy yields.