Citrus Varieties      

Avaliable June 2017    

  1. Improved Meyers Lemon  (7)
  2. Australian Finger Lime     (6)

Tangelo Wekiwa               (2)

Cara Cara Navel Orange   (2)

  1. Sorry Now Sold Out for 2017  listed below,
  2.  Taking reservation requests for 2018


    1. Nordmann Seedless Nagami Kumquat
    2. Sudachi Japanese citrus
    3. Buddha's Hand Citrus
    4. Thornless Key Lime
    5. Weeping Washington Navel
    6. Flying Dragon
    Thai Kaffir Lime
  1. Variegated Pink Lemon
  2. Cocktail Grapefruit
  3. Washington Navel Orange
  4. Kishu Mandarin

Palestine Sweet Lime

Varigated Calomondin Kumquat Mandarin cross

Bears Lime

Calamondin Kumquat x

Tarocco #7 Blood Orange

Owari Satsuma Mandarin

Yuzu Ichandrin Japanese Lemon

These are High quality commercial citrus trees.

Blooming 1st or 2nd year and bearing great fruit,

Same as commercial varieties purchased in the grocery store.

All grafted on dwarf Flying Dragon root stock. Move potted plants outside from early spring after last frost, move inside late Fall before first frost.

 Fruits finish indoors for Christmas. Grow in a Bright location indoor. Fertilize with Tomato Food Fertilizer. Jasmine scented long lasting blooms. Up to 3 flushes per year.

 Keep in a bright Cool location overwinter while dormant and resting. Stays Evergreen.

 All Citrus are 1 gallon size pots 12”-36” tall. $ 32.00ea

 New for 2017

Buddha's Hand Citrus

Wekiwa Tangelo

Nordmann Seedless Nagami Kumquat

Citrus junos, Yuzu Inchandrin


Japanese Hardy Lemon

Zone 6,Sun,3’x3’ ht & w

Hardiest of the edible citrus. Can be grown anywhere in the Pacific Northwest.

Grows 3” Dia lemons fruit that have a zesty juice lemony lime flavour. Used for Juice, Zest and Japanese style cooking.            Plant in a hot microclimate to initiate early blooming and fruiting.

This 7 year old  8’ tree in Vancouuver BC bears over 200 lemons yearly. Fragrant sweet scented blooms.

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Highly recommended. Very rare +

Sorry, Now Sold out till 2018. Taking Reservations for 2018!

$ 35.00ea, 1 gallon pots


Citrus hystrix Kaffir Lime, Thai Lime

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Z9-12,Sun,Ht: 5’

This great culinary Lime is used in many Indonesian and Malaysian dishes. Leaves are one of the main ingredients in there curries.  Limes are wrinkled and puckered adding ornamentally to this exotic bush.

1 gallon 32.00ea


Citrus ‘Improved Meyers Lemon’

Zone(8)9-12, Sun, Ht:3’


Most popular Lemon in Commercial production.

Dwarf heavy producing lemon tree. Great for containers, bares fruit at 12” tall, carries fruit all year. Highly recommended.


Citrus latifolia,  Bearss Lime

Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

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As big as a lemon. This is the favorite carried by all grocery store year round. Continuously carries fruit through the year with juicy seedless limes. Most ripen near Christmas in December.


Citrus sinensis  ,  Cara Cara Navel Orange

Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

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Top commercial producer of large, sweet, juicy reddish-pink flesh fruit.

Fragrant flowers.


Citrus kinokuni mukakukishu,

Kishu Mandarin

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Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’

An outstanding Japanese Mandarin producing golf ball size, easy to peel, seedless orange fruit.


Citrus sinensis,

Weeping Washington Navel Orange 

Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

Sweet, large and seedless commercial grade oranges born on weeping  hanging branches.

Grow in a large hanging planter box. Oranges dangle below box.


Citrus sinensis,

Variegated Pink Lemon

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Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

Extremely ornamental leaf and fruit coloration. Grow in a hot location. Produces abundant lemons with excellent flavor.


 Microcitrus australasica                                        NEW FOR 2017

Australian Finger Lime


Commonly called citrus caviar because of the unusually small citrus beads exude from 3`long purple fruit when cut open.

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Extremely Rare and ornamental.

Zone 10 Tropical, Full sun.

 $35.00ea in 1 gallon pot


Poncirus trifoliate monstrosa

Flying Dragon

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Zone 7, 0F, Sun,

Extremely dense dwarf tree with contorted spiraling branches. Viciously covered with sharks teeth s pines.

Used for the rootstock on all these citrus listed here. Keeps plants below 6`tall.

Produced 2:diameter sour fruit with white flower in summer


Citrus madurensis,    Calamondin Kumquat  x

Zone 8– 10, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

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Blooms year round even while in winter cool climates. Jasmine scented blooms turn into small thin skinned orange 1” kumquat type fruit. Owes upright to 3’-4’. Fruit ripen for Chinese New Years in February.



Varigated Calamondin

Zone 8– 10, Sun, Ht:3’ - 6’

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Citrus unshiu

Owari Satsuma Mandarin   

Zone 8– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’

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 Hardiest of the commercial citrus varieties.

Owari is prized for its early ripening, sweet and easy to peel Mandarin Oranges.


Citrus sudachi , Sudachi ichandrin (papeda hybrid)     

Zone 7– 9, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’

Extremely hardy citrus. Like Yuzu it will survive outside year-round in the Pacific Northwest.


When used for cooking purposes, Sudachi is harvested while still green which occurs during September to October in California. Fruit is 1.3” round. 

11/2009, TJS: "Thought to be a hybrid of a papeda and a mandarin, Sudachi arose as a chance seedling in the Tokushima Prefecture of Japan, on Shikoku island, where it has traditionally been grown (Kawada, 1986). When harvested young, Sudachi is considered to have a distinctive fragrance that is different from Yuzu.

 The young fruits are used for cooking while still green, often being incorporated into vinegars or flavoring many different entrees, especially fish (Bitters, 1963). In dishes that utilize Sudachi, it is customary for the fruit to be sliced into thin wedges, adorning the main course. The flavor is now also used in soft drinks and alcoholic beverages. The fruits are produced for both processing and fresh fruit markets, with such demand that specialized storage systems were created to extend the market season (Kawada, 1992).

Citrus aurantifolia,  Thornless Mexican Lime or Key Lime

Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’

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The Key Lime  is the most popular small lime available commercially. The dwarf Mexican Lime tree can be successfully container-grown on a sunny porch, your patio or indoors.  The Mexican Lime (C. aurantifolia), is known by many names such as Thornless Mexican lime, Key lime, Bartender’s lime, and West Indian lime.

Citrus limettiodes                 Palestine Sweet Lime
(Indian sweet lime )
Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’


The Palestine sweet lime is a hybrid. It is not known where or how the sweet lime originated. It is thought to be a hybrid between a Mexican lime and a sweet lemon or sweet citron, and believed to be native to India. It is chiefly cultivated in central and northern India, northern Vietnam, Egypt and the Mediterranean coast.


It arrived to the U.S. from Saharanpur, India, in 1904; there is modest cultivation in California. In the West Indies and Central America, it is eaten by cutting off the stem end, piercing the core with a knife and sucking out the juice. The fruit is eaten fresh in India, as well as cooked and preserved.

Citrus sinensis ,    Tarocco Blood Orange

Zone 9– 12, Sun, Ht:3’ - 5’


This seedling line was chosen for propagation because of its outstanding performance on fruit production, vigor, fruit size, and its deep red color in the flesh and rind. The quality of the fruit is also excellent.Few seeds, very nice flavor.

Tarocco #7 is a medium-large to large blood orange variety with few to no seeds. Tarocco blood orange if one of the major blood orange varieties of the world.  The distinctive color is a natural mutation and is due to the presence of anthocyanin, the same plant compound that is responsible for the color of pomegranates.  The distinctive color requires a chilly winter to develop properly.

See Additional Detailed Descriptions at the

University of California Riverside

Citrus Variety Collection


All Citrus

1 gallon size 12”-36” tall.

 $ 32.00ea. for 2016.

Shipped semi-bare rooted. Plant into a 1 or 2 gallon terra cotta pot with very well drained soil. Change soil every 3-4 years.

Citrus Care

  1. From Mail order, Pot these semi-bare rooted grafted 1 gallon citrus up into a 2 or 3 gallon pot with extremely well drained sandy rich soil. Terra cotta is best pot if available.  Do not use water trays as they collect water and drowned and rot the roots.

  2. Place outside for the spring, summer and early fall after temperatures come above 12C. Citrus do best for a good time outside. After last frost and before 1st frost.  April/May to September/October.

  3. Fertilize with Miracle Grow Tomato Food. Even Rhododendron Food Fertilizer works well. If leaves start to yellow add Iron or a rusty nail to the soil. Magnesium (Epson salts) helps in a small dose. Pot up to a larger size pot and/or change soil every 2 years. 

  4. Dwarf Flying Dragon root stock grafted on all the citrus keeps plants below 6’ but they can be pruned to 2’ for a small bush form. Remove corkscrew wiry and prickly off shoots from below graft line on all citrus. If left on they will suck the energy out of the main plant and reduce growth.

  5. When moving inside for winter Wash/hose of the plant to reduce pest transfer indoors. All bugs love citrus: Spider Mite, Aphids, Mealy Bugs and Scale. Ants will farm these pests on the citrus. Keep ant free!!

  6. Overwinter in a Bright Cool location inside while dormant and resting (even while fruit hanging on tree). Something like an unheated boot room connected to the house or a semi heated garage in front of the window. A bright place that won’t freeze.

  7.  Ideal temperature overwinter is 5 C to 14 C. Reduce watering and keep on the dry side.         Citrus Trees Stay Evergreen.