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Citrus

Variety Fruits Tree Size
Remarks
Calamondin Dec-Aug 5′-8′
shrub
ornamental, bearing hundreds of small, sour orange-like fruit. Very cold hardy, nearly thornless compact fruit. Popular
in the Philippines
Calamondin, Variegated Everbearing 6′
shrub
Similar to Calamondin but fruit and foliage have variegation
Citron, Fingered Semi-everbearing 4′-6′
shrub
aka Buddha’s Hand Citron. Aromatic fruit with finger-like sections. Fruit rind can be candied
Grapefruit, Cocktail hybrid Jan-June 6′-8′
shrub
Grapefruit and sweet orange cross. Pale orange flesh is sweet and juicy. Fruit contains many seeds. Spreading shrub
Grapefruit, Oro Blanco Dec.-May 6′-8′
shrub
15′ + tree
Sweet, seedless fruit. Excellent for fresh eating or juice.
Vigorous, spreading plant
Grapefruit, Rio Red Mar.-Sept.

6′-8′
shrub
15′x10′ tree

Red-fleshed commercial grapefruit. Thick skinned, seedless fruit with flesh that ripens in areas with high summer heat. Attractive & vigorous grower
Grapefruit, Ruby Star Feb. -Sept. 6′-8′
shrub
Excellent for coastal areas. Seedless fruit ripens with red flesh
Kumquat, Nagami Nov.-Mar. 4′-6′
shrub
8′ tree
Heavy producer of small, oval, bright orange fruit. Excellent for fresh eating or marmalade. Compact & ornamental plant
Lemon,
Eureka
Everbearing 6′-8′
shrub
15′x10′ tree
#1 commercial lemon variety. Excellent lemon with medium thick skin and few to no seeds. Vigorous upright tree is nearly thornless
Lemon,
Meyer (Improved)
Semi-
everbearing
4′-6′
shrub
8′x’5′ tree
High quality, juicy fruit is less acidic and sweeter than Eureka. Highly productive compact growing tree that is cold hardy. Excellent choice for small backyards
or grown in a container
Lemon,
Pink Lemonade
Semi-
everbearing
6′-8′
shrub
Unique
variegated Eureka-type fruit. Flesh is pale pink when
fully ripe. Foliage is variegated ivory and green.
Attractive, upright habit
Lemon,
Pomona Sweet
Everbearing 6′-8′
shrub
A true sweet lemon. Excellent for juice and cooking. Vigorous upright tree with few seeds in the fruit. Beautiful flowers are blushed pink
Lime,
Bearss
Everbearing 6′-8′
shrub
15′x10′ tree
aka Tahitian or Persian lime. Seedless commercial variety with juicy acidic flesh. True lime flavor on a hardy, vigorous, upright plant
Lime,
Mexican
Semi-
everbearing
5′x7′
shrub
12′x8′ tree
aka Key or Bartender’s Lime. Yellow-green, thin skinned fruit is juicy and aromatic, few seeds. Attractive shrubby grower with many thorns
Lime,
Thornless Mexican
Semi-
everbearing
5′-7′
shrub
12′x8′ tree
A thornless version of the Mexican lime. Tree has a more upright growing habit and has larger leaves than the Mexican lime
Lime,
Kaffir
Oct.-Mar. 5′-7′
shrub
aka Citrus hystrix. Small, orange, bumpy, seedy, thick skinned, very acidic fruit. Unique double-lobed leaf is used in Middle-Eastern and Asian cooking. Flowers can be used in tea. Compact globe shrub.
Lime,
Sweet
Everbearing 5′-7′
shrub
aka Palestine or Indian Sweet lime. Medium sized round fruit often with a nipple on the blossom end. Fruit is orange-yellow when mature
Mandarin/Tangerine
Algerian (Clementine)
Dec.-Apr. 6′-8′
shrub
13′x9′ tree
Excellent early tangerine. Attractive red-orange, thin skinned fruit. Sweet, juicy & aromatic. Fruit holds well on plant. Compact globe.
Mandarin/Tangerine
Dancy
Dec.-Apr. 6′-8′
shrub
13′x9′ tree
Leading commercial tangerine variety. Reddish-orange, thin skinned flavorful fruit that is easy to peel. Attractive, upright plant
Mandarin/Tangerine
Honey
Jan.-Apr. 6′-8′
shrub
Excellent mandarin. Extremely sweet, flavorful, thin skinned fruit that is easy to peel. Productive, attractive, upright shrub
Mandarin/Tangerine
Pixie
Mar.-July 6′-8′
shrub
Great choice for a late-season tangerine. Seedless, thin skinned, mild, sweet, easy to peel. Excellent vigorously upright growing variety
Mandarin/Tangerine
Satsuma
Dec.-Apr. 4′-6′
shrub
8′x7′ tree
Favorite mandarin for home gardens. Sweet, juicy, medium sized, seedless, easy to peel. Very cold hardy plant with naturally dwarfed habit
Naval
Orange, Cara Cara
Jan.-Mar. 6′-8′
shrub
Thick skinned, seedless, deep pink, flavorful, sweet and juicy flesh. Great addition to any backyard
Naval
Orange, Fukumoto
Dec.-Mar. 6′-8′
shrub
Early naval variety with deep red-orange, thick skin. Seedless with sweet, juicy flesh. Tree has an attractive, dense canopy
Naval
Orange, Lane Late
Mar.-June 6′-8′
shrub
Excellent late ripening variety. Thick skinned, seedless similar to Washington Navel
Naval
Orange, Washington
Dec.-May 6′-8′
shrub
10′x8′ tree
#1 commercial variety. Thick skinned, large, seedless, sweet and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating
Orange,
Midnight Valencia
Mar.-Oct. 6′-8′
shrub
Vigorous, highly productive, seedless cultivar of Valencia Orange. Large, thin skinned fruit with high juice content. Excellent for eating or juicing
Orange,
Valencia
Mar.-Oct. 6′-8′
shrub
15′x10′ tree
Best orange for juice. Thin skinned, medium large, sweet, high juice content. Fruit holds well on tree and tolerates the intense desert heat
Blood
Orange, Moro
Jan.-Apr. 6′-8′
shrub
13′x9′ tree
#1 commercial blood orange. Thick skinned, medium-large
fruit, rich flavored, burgundy-red flesh. Excellent
choice for all citrus climates.
Blood
Orange, Sanguinelli
Jan.-May 6′-8′
shrub
Best tasting blood orange. Oblong, medium thick skin, strawberry-red
flesh. Highly productive, medium-sized plant with few
thorns
Blood
Orange, Tarocco
Jan.-May 6′-8′
shrub
Largest blood orange. Rich, reddish-orange flesh has high juice content with berry overtones and few seeds
Pummelo,
Chandler
Jan.-May 6′-8′
shrub
Very sweet flavored, pink-fleshed fruit is larger than a grapefruit with very thick rind. Vigorous, spreading shrub is highly productive thick rind. Vigorous, spreading shrub is highly productive
Tangelo,
Minneola
Feb.-May 6′-8′
shrub
15′x10′ tree
Delicious mandarin and grapefruit hybrid. Unique, medium-thick skin, rich, flavorful, aromatic, extremely juicy. Reddish-orange with a distinct neck