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These temperate fruit trees have fragrant flowers and pretty edible fruits. Our trees are bearing fruits, in bloom, or ready to bloom. They are not seedlings (citrus seedlings take longer to bear fruits; some citrus seedlings may never bear fruits). Please  note that some states in USA does not allow shipping Citrus trees.
 

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Australian Finger Lime, Caviar Lime, Citrus Caviar - Microcitrus australasica-(Chanh ngón tay, Chanh trứng cá, Chanh ngọc, Chanh Úc)
This rare and much sought-after citrus is fascinating with its juice vesicles oozing out of the fruit, like citrus caviar .  It can last several weeks when stored in the refrigerator. It is used as a garnish, in upscale cocktails, on sushi, on persimmons, and seafood (oysters, ...). Sprinkle in a salad to replace lime or lemon juice to avoid the moisture (or use in salad dressing for an extra surprise) . It can also be added to soups. The pulp is great in alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks like beers, gin, tonics, Champagne. 

Big plant

1-2 feet tall, ready to fruit $65 each?

 Plant in 6-7" pot - $45.00 each

3-4 feet high

Plant in 7-8" pot - $65

 

Calamondin Orange, Calamansi, Cali, Baby Orange - x Citrofurtunella mitis-
This miniature orange is the easiest to care for among the citrus fruit trees. White flowers are lightly fragrant. Abundance of brightly orange, ever-bearing fruits make this tree very decorative for weeks. 

0.5-1feet high
Plant in 4-5" pot - $15.00 each

1-2 feet high
Plant in 6-7" pot - $35.00 each

1.5-2.5 feet high
Plant in 7-8" pot - $45.00 each

2-3 feet high
Plant in 8-10" pot - $65.00 each

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape
Plant in 10-inch pot - $95.00 each

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape
Plant in 12-inch pot - $125.00 each

 

Nagami Kumquat, Marumi Kumquat, Meiwa Kumquat, Centennial Kumquat - Fortunella margarita, Fortunella japonica, Fortunella margarita x japonica -
Compact plant with oval (Nagami) or oblong (Meiwa) or variegated (Centennial)  fruits. Fruits have sweet, edible rind. White fragrant flowers.

0.5-1feet high
Plant in 4-5" pot - $15.00 each

1-2 feet high
Plant in 6-7" pot - $35.00 each

1.5-2.5 feet high
Plant in 7-8" pot - $45.00 each

2-3 feet high
Plant in 8-10" pot - $65.00 each

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape
Plant in 10-inch pot - $95.00 each

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape
Plant in 12-inch pot - $125.00 each

Lime & Lemon - Citrus x meyeri, Citrus limon 'Improved Meyer', Citrus aurantifolia, Citrus hystrix -

Choice of Persian Lime, Key Lime, Limequat, Kaffir Lime

A temperate fruit tree that bears green fruits turning yellow when ripe. The lightly-fragrant flowers are abundant and cover almost every branch of the tree. Potted trees can be prune to the desired size, producing fresh lemons that are not only useful, but also decorative. .

0.5-1 feet high plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00

Variegated Pink Lemon - Citrus limon 'Eureka Variegated Pink'
One of the most beautiful citrus varieties, producing green and cream-yellow striped lemons with pink flesh. Sweetly fragrant blooms are tucked among the cream and green mottled foliage. Fuchsia colored new growth and flower buds.
 

0.5-1 feet high plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00

Pumelo - Citrus Maxima-
This tree is highly prized for their aromatic flowers. Clusters of white flowers appear at tip of most branches, filling the whole room with sweet fragrance. Pumelo fruits are larger than the typical grapefruit, and tastes much sweeter. Average weight of a pumelo fruit: 1 - 2 pounds!


0.5-1 feet high
plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00

Buddha's Hand - Citrus medica var. sarcodactylus-
This citrus has the most interesting shape of all ! Foliage is fragrant, and the rind is used to make candies in the Orient.

0.5-1 feet high plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00


satsuma Tangerine 'Satsuma' -
This tangerine is considered more cold-hardy than most other citrus. Deep-orange  fruits are very sweet.

0.5-1 feet high plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00


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Meyer Lemon - Citrus × meyeri  (Chanh Vàng)?
Meyer Lemon is a citrus native to China. It is considered by many well-known chefs to be the best-tasting lemonMeyer Lemon is a citrus native to China. It is considered by many well-known chefs to be the best-tasting lemon.Excellent for container growing, Meyer Lemon ?trees grow to 6-9 feet high at maturity, though they can be pruned smaller. The eaves are dark green and shiny. The flowers are white with a purple base and fragrant.

Meyer Lemon is ever-bearing  (non-stop production). The fruits are deep yellow, with thin skin, and are very juicy.

0.5-1 feet high plant - $15.00

1-1.5 feet high plant - $35.00

1.5-2.5 feet high plant $45.00

2-3 feet high plant $65.00 

3-4 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $95.00

4-5 feet tree, in upright formal shape - $125.00


 


 

 

 

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