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Semi-dwarf on Cunningham rootstock.
Zones: 10 (all other zones protect from freezing temperatures)
Fruit: Small fruit develops orange color in winter. Eaten whole, as the skin is sweeter than the tart flesh.
Facts of note: Most cold hardy of all citrus. It also is one of the slowest growing. It is a wonderful container plant because it is easy to maintain the size of the plant. In climates with adequate summer heat , it will produce abundant flowering for a bountiful harvest of colorful winter fruit.
Add a little zest to your garden! Citrus trees are potted, evergreen, semi-dwarf, 1 ½-years-old, pencil caliper, 18”-24” tall from the bottom of the pot to the top of the tree. They will, with good care, produce fragrant, self-pollinating flowers and wonderful fruit. Height 8’–12’, but can be pruned to suit in ground or in containers. Choose a sunny location, in well drained soil, sheltered from wind. They are affected by below freezing temperatures, and in many locales require cold protection. Most tender to most hardy: Bearss Lime, lemons, orange, tangelo, grapefruit, mandarin, kumquat. Non-taxable. These are evergreen trees and thus the dormant bare root guarantee does not apply. Your trees will arrive in good, viable condition. Contact us immediately if they do not.