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We sell all the tree varieties listed below, SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY...due to growing time, all varieties may not be available all year.

Notice

Inventory updated 7-27-15
SHIPPING DATES: August 3rd and 5th.
NO SHIPPING AUGUST 10th-28th. SHIPPING WILL RESUME SEPTEMBER 1ST. THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING!
I will be taking some time off for the next few weeks. If you email and don't get an immediate response, please know that I will get back to you soon.

Rooted Cutting/Bush
Overall Description: NEW!! Small plants on own root in 5" round pots. Perfect for containers. Approximately 15" tall when shipped.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Calamondin
small
everbearing
Tart fruit; small plant for containers.
20
$10
Harvey Lemon
Medium
Sept - Mar
Cold hardy lemon; Florida equivalent to Eureka.
20
$10
Key Lime
small
Everbearing
Perfect for small containers. Not cold hardy.
20
$10
Meyer Lemon
Medium
Nov - March
Small plant for indoor containers.
20
$10
Persian Lime
Medium
Multiple
Traditional lime; sometimes called Tahiti.
20
$10
Thornless Key Lime
small
Everbearing
Same as Key Lime, just no thorns.
20
$10

 

 
Dwarf Citrus Trees
Overall Description: Excellent for containers or if you want to manage size. Mature height in the ground is 8 feet, in pots around 6 feet. Tree is the same size now as non-dwarf, just grafted on a dwarfing rootstock.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Cara Cara (Red) Navel
3 - 3 1/2"
Nov -Jan
Ideal for containers
5
$30
Eureka Lemon
Small
multiple crops
True lemon; cold sensitive
OUT
0
$30
Flame Grapefruit
3 1/2 - 4"
Nov - May
nearly seedless; sweeter than most grapefruit
10
$30
Hamlin
2 3/4 - 3"
Oct - Jan
Excellent juice fruit; almost seedless
10
$30
Kaffir Lime
Small
Leaves used for Asian cooking.
OUT
0
$30
Key (Mexican) Lime
1 1/4-1 3/4"
Everbearing
VERY COLD SENSITIVE; Great in containers
OUT
0
$30
Meyer Lemon
2 1/2 - 3"
Nov - March
hardiest of lemons; Ideal for containers
Spring 16
0
$30
Minneola "HONEYBELL" Tangelo
3 - 3 1/2"
Dec - Feb
Ideal for containers
6
$30
Moro Blood Orange
Medium
Dec - Feb
Ideal for containers
OUT
0
$30
Persian (Tahiti) Lime
1 3/4-2 1/2"
Multiple
VERY COLD SENSITIVE
10
$30
Pink Variegated Lemon
2 - 2 1/2"
July - Dec
Leaves/fruit variegated; pink flesh; from Eureka
5
$30
Ponkan Mandarin
2 3/4-3 1/4"
Dec.-Jan.
Peels very easy; Sweet; some seeds
10
$30
Ray Ruby Grapefruit
3 3/4" - 4 1/2"
Nov - May
Red flesh
OUT
0
$30
Red Finger Lime
small
Fruit vesicles sometimes called "caviar".
10
$30
Ruby Red Grapefruit
3 1/2-4 1/2"
Nov - May
Pink flesh; few seeds
15
$30
Satsuma, Brown Select
2 1/4-2 1/2"
Oct - Nov
Very cold hardy; seedless; slow growing
5
$30
Thornless Key Lime
1 1/4-1 3/4"
year round
VERY COLD SENSITIVE; Same as Key Lime, NO THORNS
10
$30
Valencia Orange
2 3/4 - 3"
Mar - June
Summer juice fruit; almost seedless
10
$30
Washington Navel
3 - 3 1/2"
Nov - Jan
Peels easily; aka California Navel
10
$30

 

 
Lemon and Lime Trees
Overall Description: Make an attractive ornamental, and great in pots. Most trees will reach 12 to 15 feet at maturity.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Giant Finger Lime
Small
micro-citrus; similar to Australian Finger Lime
20
$20
Harvey Lemon
small
Sept - Mar
Cold hardy lemon; Florida equivalent to Eureka.
OUT
0
$20
Kaffir Lime
Small
Leaves used in Asian cooking
15
$20
Key (Mexican) Lime
1 1/4-1 3/4"
Everbearing
VERY COLD SENSITIVE
0
$20
Meyer Lemon
2 1/2 - 3"
Nov. - March
Hardiest of lemons although not true lemon
FALL 2015
0
$20
Persian (Tahiti) Lime
1 3/4-2 1/2"
Multiple
VERY COLD SENSITIVE
10
$20
Pink Variegated Lemon
Medium
July - Dec.
Leaves and fruit are variegated; from Eureka
10
$20
Ponderosa Lemon
Large
Everbearing
Great for small gardens; juice not acidic
OUT
0
$20
Thornless Key Lime
1 1/4-1 3/4"
Everbearing
VERY COLD SENSITIVE; Same as Key Lime, NO THORNS
OUT
0
$20

 

 
Orange Trees
Overall Description: Most trees will reach 12 to 15 feet at maturity. The best fruit for eating and/or juice.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Ambersweet
2 1/2 - 3 3/4"
Oct - Jan
Clementine x Orlando; Midseason; nearly seedless
OUT
0
$20
Cara Cara (Red) Navel
3 - 3 1/2"
Nov.-Jan.
Red flesh color
OUT
0
$20
Glen Navel
3 - 3 1/2"
Oct - Jan
Florida Navel
5
$20
Hamlin
2 3/4 - 3"
Oct.-Jan.
Excellent juice orange
5
$20
Moro Blood Orange
Medium
Dec - Feb
flesh is red flecked if grown with cool weather
5
$20
Parson Brown
2 1/2 - 2 3/4"
Oct - Jan
Early season juice orange; very seedy
OUT
0
$20
Pineapple (Seedless)
2 3/4 - 3"
Dec - Feb
Mid-season variety; great flavor; NO SEEDS
OUT
0
$20
Pineapple Orange
2 3/4 - 3"
Dec - Feb
Mid-season variety;very seedy;not cold hardy
OUT
0
$20
Valencia Orange
2 3/4 - 3"
Mar - June
Excellent summer juice orange
OUT
0
$20
Washington Navel
3 - 3 1/2"
Nov.-Jan.
Peels easily; aka California Navel
OUT
0
$20

 

 
Mandarin, Tangerine and Tangelo Trees
Overall Description: Segmented fruit, easy to peel. Most trees will reach 12 to 15 feet at maturity.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Dancy Tangerine
2 1/4-2 1/2"
Dec.-Jan.
Easy to peel; thin skin; seedy
5
$20
Fallglo
2 3/4-3 1/4'
Oct - Nov
Not Cold Hardy; seedy
OUT
0
$20
Fina Sodea Clementine
Small
Oct - Nov
Easy to peel; few seeds
10
$20
Kishu
2"
Nov - Dec
SEEDLESS; Very easy to peel & eat. Not cold hardy.
OUT
0
$20
Minneola "HONEYBELL" Tangelo
3 - 3 1/2"
Dec.- Feb.
pollinators Temple/Sunburst recommended
OUT
0
$20
Murcott Tangerine
2 3/4"
Jan. - March
Rich flavor; called "Honey Tangerine"
OUT
0
$20
Nules Clementine
small
October
"Spanish Clementine"; Seedless; easy to peel
7
$20
Orlando Tangelo
2 3/4 - 3"
Nov. - Jan.
Duncan X Dancy; relatively cold hardy
150
$20
Ponkan Mandarin
2 3/4-3 1/4"
Dec. - Jan.
Peels very easy; Sweet; some seeds
5
$20
Satsuma, Brown Select
2 1/4-2 1/2"
Oct. - Nov.
Seedless, sweet, VERY COLD HARDY
FALL 2015
0
$20
Satsuma, Owari
2 1/4" - 2 1/2"
Nov - Dec
Seedless, sweet, VERY COLD HARDY
FALL 2015
0
$20
Satsuma, Xie Shan
Mid Sept
Early Satsuma, cold hardy, seedless
Spring 16
0
$20
Sunburst Tangerine
2 1/2 - 3"
Nov. - Dec.
Need 2 or pollinator (Minneola/Orlando/Fallglo)
OUT
0
$20
Temple Orange
2 3/4 - 3"
Jan - Mar
seedy; not cold hardy; excellent flavor
4
$20

 

 
Grapefruit Trees
Overall Description: Large, thick skinned fruit, large trees, hardy. Mature trees will be larger than 15 feet tall.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Flame
3 1/2 - 4"
Nov. - May
nearly seedless; sweeter than most grapefruit
25
$20
Marsh Seedless
Large
Nov - May
Pale yellow flesh; "white grapefruit"
OUT
0
$20
Ray Ruby Grapefruit
3 3/4" - 4 1/2"
Nov - May
Dark red flesh
100
$20
Rio Red Grapefruit
Large
Dec.-Jan.
Dark red fleshed grapefruit from Texas.
10
$20
Ruby Red
3 1/2-4 1/2"
Nov. - May
Pink flesh, few seeds
25
$20

 

 
Kumquat Trees
Overall Description: Small trees, dense foliage, very cold hardy, and an attractive ornamental tree. These trees will be 8 to 12 feet at maturity.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Meiwa
1 - 1 1/2"
Nov. - Apr
Round; eat fruit & peel; sweet
5
$20
Nagami
Small
Nov. - March
Oblong; eat fruit & peel; tart
OUT
0
$20

 

 
Exotic Citrus Trees
Overall Description: These trees are grafted on standard rootstocks. Mature size will be 12 plus feet if planted in the ground.
 
Variety Fruit Size Harvest Comments
Avail.?
# In Stock
Price
Buddha's Hand
large
Fall
Symbol of Happiness in China
OUT
0
$20
Calamondin
1 1/4-1 1/2"
Nov-April
Very acidic,tart,easy to peel or eat peel
Spring 16
0
$20
Yuzu
2-3"
Extremely cold hardy(down to 12 deg F.)
10
$20

 

 
 

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