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Citrus and other exotic plants

Citrus and other exotic plants | New England

Infuse your yard with a taste of the tropics! To buy citrus trees and other exotic plants, browse our selection at Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm!

Our Selection of Citrus Fruit Trees

For Canada’s most passionate tree collectors, Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm offers a beautiful selection of citrus trees and exotic plants. We’ve got amazing options for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. From the Cara Cara orange (Dwarf) plant to the Eureka Lemon (Dwarf), our species provide a stunning and delicious new element to your yard and patio. Our variety of citrus fruit trees include:

Browse our site or give us a call for more information about our tropical trees and exotic plants! Please note that we do not offer “in-pot” delivery to the U.S.

“A stunning and delicious new element for your patio”

Exotic Fruit Trees

To add to your citrus fruit plants, Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm has all kinds of exotic fruit trees for your home and garden. Check out your infinite possibilities…

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Brown Select Satsuma Tree
Brown Select Satsuma Tree

The Brown Select Satsuma Tree has a crown covered with glossy, dark green, broadly lance-shaped, fragrant leaves and is cold hardy. This citrus tree produces fragrant white blooms with fruit concentrated in clusters on or along the branches. The satsuma fruit are medium to large sized, sweet tasting, and juicy.

The Brown Select Satsuma Tree has a crown covered with glossy, dark green, broadly lance-shaped, fragrant... more

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Buddha's hand  'Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis' Buddha's hand  'Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis'
Buddha's hand 'Citrus medica var. sarcodactylis'

The hand of Buddha, is part of the citrus. It is a variety of citron tree whose huge fruits are very decorative and fragrant. In Asia, its fruits are used as a good luck charm, or to perfume homes or clothes. Indeed, besides its surprising shape, this fruit is particularly aromatic. In France, the hand of Buddha is a... more

The hand of Buddha, is part of the citrus. It is a variety of citron tree whose huge fruits are very... more

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Cara Cara (Red) Navel – Dwarf rootstock Cara Cara (Red) Navel – Dwarf rootstock
Cara Cara (Red) Navel – Dwarf rootstock

Grow in a pot Like navel oranges, it is seedless and the color of its flesh is a reddish pink. It is lycopene, a powerful antioxidant of the beta-carotene family, that gives it its beautiful color. In addition, it is full of vitamin C. Less acidic, sweeter and with a more complex flavor than other navel... more

Grow in a pot Like navel oranges, it is seedless and the color of its flesh is a reddish pink. It is... more

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Clementines Fina Sodea Clementines Fina Sodea
Clementines Fina Sodea

NEW Description: Introduced in 1925. Seedless fruit, small with dark orange-red colour. Juicy and flavourful. The tree is vigorous, with dense foliage and produces a good crop of fruit which is still regarded as one of the best flavours.

NEW Description: Introduced in 1925. Seedless fruit, small with dark orange-red colour. Juicy and... more

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Eureka Lemon – Dwarf rootstock Eureka Lemon – Dwarf rootstock
Eureka Lemon – Dwarf rootstock

Growing in a pot Grafted (dwarf) The 4 seasons lemon tree, or 'Eureka' comes from a culture in California dating from 1858. Today it is perhaps the most commonly sold variety in specialty stores. This lemon tree is less vigorous and smaller than the other varieties, which makes it easier to grow... more

Growing in a pot Grafted (dwarf) The 4 seasons lemon tree, or 'Eureka' comes from a... more

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Fig Beer's black
Fig Beer's black

For growing in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Beer's Black is a dwarf tree that produces medium-sized fruits with a reddish-pink interior and purple skin. ... more

For growing in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig... more

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Fig Conadria Fig Conadria
Fig Conadria

Cultivation in pots Medium-sized, vigorous and bushy tree, adapted to warm climate. The tree is said to be resistant to leaf mosaic, it also shows good resistance to drought and pests. On the other hand, it does not like wet situations although the fruit resists well to the bursting. Uniform fig, yellow skin,... more

Cultivation in pots Medium-sized, vigorous and bushy tree, adapted to warm climate. The tree is said to... more

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Fig Desert King Fig Desert King
Fig Desert King

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Fig Little Ruby Fig Little Ruby
Fig Little Ruby

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Fig Olympian

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Fig Panache Tiger Fig Panache Tiger
Fig Panache Tiger

Grow in pots For potted cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Panache tiger' produces attractive fruit with a green and yellow striped exterior. When mature, the... more

Grow in pots For potted cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in... more

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Fig tree Bifara
Fig tree Bifara

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. The 'Bifara' fig is a very large purple fig of good quality of 3 to 4 cm (2 "). We... more

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in... more

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Fig tree Brown Turkey Fig tree Brown Turkey
Fig tree Brown Turkey

Cultivation in pot For pot growing during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Brown Turkey' is a dull purple color but an excellent fig for quality, flavor and production. It is... more

Cultivation in pot For pot growing during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree Ficazzana Fig tree Ficazzana
Fig tree Ficazzana

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. The 'Ficazzana' fig is a large green fig, sometimes called white fig, because it ripens when... more

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in... more

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Fig Tree Hardy Chicago Fig Tree Hardy Chicago
Fig Tree Hardy Chicago

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. As its origins imply, this variety of fig tree is hardy and solid. A beautiful ornamental plant in a... more

Cultivation in pot For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in... more

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Fig tree Kadota
Fig tree Kadota

Grow in pots For pot culture during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Self-fertile variety producing yellow-green fruits with sweet and tasty white flesh. It is a biferous variety,... more

Grow in pots For pot culture during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree Lattarula
Fig tree Lattarula

Grow in pots For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Lattarula' is an excellent large fig similar to 'Ficazzana' in terms of fruit quality, tree... more

Grow in pots For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree LSU Purple Fig tree LSU Purple
Fig tree LSU Purple

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Fruits have a shiny skin, with red to dark purple tones, depending on light exposure and maturity level.... more

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree Magnolia Fig tree Magnolia
Fig tree Magnolia

Grow in pots For pot culture during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Fruit is large, with brown skin and amber pulp. Pick the fruit just before ripening for perfect flavor and to... more

Grow in pots For pot culture during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree Marseille Fig tree Marseille
Fig tree Marseille

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Old variety of figs quite common in the Corbières and Minervois. The tree has a good resistance... more

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree Natalina Fig tree Natalina
Fig tree Natalina

Potted cultivation For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Natalina' is an annual producer of delicious dark purple figs. This tree is very productive and... more

Potted cultivation For pot cultivation during the warm season on the balcony in the greenhouse or in... more

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Fig tree Negronne Fig tree Negronne
Fig tree Negronne

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your indoor courtyard like all fig varieties. Dormant period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. Negronne is a tree of low to medium vigor, easy to grow as a stem or half-stem, adapted to small... more

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig tree White Barol
Fig tree White Barol

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your backyard like all fig varieties. Dormancy period required between -2°C and 4°C during winter. White Barol is an exceptional green fig. It is very productive and produces annual harvests of delicious... more

Grow in pots For cultivation in pots during the warm season on the balcony in a greenhouse or in your... more

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Fig trees for pot culture Fig trees for pot culture
Fig trees for pot culture

We produce some varieties of fig tree. Ideal for growing in pots outside during warm seasons and to bring back indoor during the cold months. They can be stored at cold room temperature 0-4°C during winter NOTE: Please specify the desired variety in the comment box section   Natalina Ficanzzana ... more

We produce some varieties of fig tree. Ideal for growing in pots outside during warm seasons and to bring... more

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Finger Lime Nain Finger Lime Nain
Finger Lime Nain

Related to citrus, the scientific name is "Microcitrus australasica". The lime tree is characteristically very thorny. The fruits are long and finger-shaped, with caviar-like vesicles inside. Because of their appearance, they have been marketed as "citrus caviar". Harvest: Several harvests per... more

Related to citrus, the scientific name is "Microcitrus australasica". The lime tree is... more

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Giant finger lime on rootstock
Giant finger lime on rootstock

Grafted Seedless Microcitrus australasica, commonly known as "caviar lemon-lime", is a thorny bush of the Rutaceae family found in the lowland undergrowth of the rainforests of eastern Australia.  The fruits are cylindrical from 4 to 8 cm long. The skin of the fruits at maturity can be of... more

Grafted Seedless Microcitrus australasica, commonly known as "caviar lemon-lime", is a... more

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Grapefruit Duncan Grapefruit Duncan
Grapefruit Duncan

Rich, fruity, intense, less bitter flavor. Contains seeds The fruit is almost round and has a smooth, pale yellow skin. The flesh is very pale yellow and juicy. Duncan is considered to be a bit earlier in ripening. The fruit holds well on the tree. As with other grapefruit varieties, it should be grown in... more

Rich, fruity, intense, less bitter flavor. Contains seeds The fruit is almost round and has a... more

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Grapefruit Flame Grapefruit Flame
Grapefruit Flame

Contains seeds Dark pink in color, Flame grapefruit is richer in color than the classic Ruby Red. Known for its juicy flavor, the flame is a particularly sweet variety. Very resistant to cold compared to other grapefruit varieties such as Star Ruby. It is grown in large pots inside the house in many locations.... more

Contains seeds Dark pink in color, Flame grapefruit is richer in color than the classic Ruby Red. Known... more

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Grapefruit Jackson White grafted Grapefruit Jackson White grafted
Grapefruit Jackson White grafted

Grafted (standard),  Contains few seeds Jackson is a white grapefruit variety with a rather different flavor than the more common White Marsh Seedless. The fruit is sweet and juicy with a hint of tropical lime in the flavor. The bitterness level is low compared to the usual acidity. The fruit is rounder... more

Grafted (standard),  Contains few seeds Jackson is a white grapefruit variety with a rather... more

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Hirado Buntan pomelo Hirado Buntan pomelo
Hirado Buntan pomelo

The flowering is magnificent with its bouquets of giant flowers powerfully perfumed. The fruit, generally spherical, more or less flattened, sometimes pear-shaped, measures between 10 and 30 cm in diameter; it can weigh from 500 grams to 8 kilograms, which makes it the most voluminous citrus fruit. Covered with its... more

The flowering is magnificent with its bouquets of giant flowers powerfully perfumed. The fruit, generally... more

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Kaffir Lime Nain Kaffir Lime Nain
Kaffir Lime Nain

Growing in a pot The small tree has narrowed leaves in the center and thorns on the branches. The white flowers give birth to small round fruits not exceeding 5 to 6 cm in diameter. The fruit's lumpy-textured rind is a deep green hue that turns yellow when ripe. It is smaller and more acidic than the lemon.... more

Growing in a pot The small tree has narrowed leaves in the center and thorns on the branches. The white... more

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Kaffir lime on dwarf rootstock Kaffir lime on dwarf rootstock
Kaffir lime on dwarf rootstock

Grafted (dwarf) Growing in a pot The small tree has narrowed leaves in the center and thorns on the branches. The white flowers give birth to small round fruits not exceeding 5 to 6 cm in diameter. The fruit's lumpy-textured rind is a deep green hue that turns yellow when ripe. It is smaller and more... more

Grafted (dwarf) Growing in a pot The small tree has narrowed leaves in the center and thorns on... more

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Key Lime grafted on dwarf rootstock Key Lime grafted on dwarf rootstock
Key Lime grafted on dwarf rootstock

Grafted (dwarf) Famous lime for deserts and drinks.  A little more acid and with a more pronounced taste than the Persian or Tahitian lime. Very pleasant and easy to grow in a pot, the little ones will love it. Contains seeds. Height at maturity: 7-8 feet. Harvest: all year long. ... more

Grafted (dwarf) Famous lime for deserts and drinks.  A little more acid and with a more pronounced... more

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Key Lime Nain (Thorny)
Key Lime Nain (Thorny)

Dwarf Contains thorns and seeds The Mexican lime (Citrus aurantifolia), also known as the lime and the West Indian lime, is a medium-sized evergreen fruit tree. It grows vigorously once well established in its pot. It produces abundantly small and very fragrant limes. Very easy in pot. Height at... more

Dwarf Contains thorns and seeds The Mexican lime (Citrus aurantifolia), also known as the lime... more

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Kishu mandarin Kishu mandarin
Kishu mandarin

Small citrus fruit of Chinese origin, also grown in Japan (Japanese citrus group), and California, hybrids of the mikan mandarin family. The name refers to the fruit and the tree. According to Tanaka's system of citrus taxonomy, it is a separate species, Citrus kinokuni, while the Swingle system groups it with... more

Small citrus fruit of Chinese origin, also grown in Japan (Japanese citrus group), and California, hybrids... more

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Kumquat Meiwa on rootstock Kumquat Meiwa on rootstock
Kumquat Meiwa on rootstock

Grafted Grown in pots  The round-fruited Kumquat is hardier than the oval-fruited Kumquat. In a situation sheltered from cold winds, the adult tree can resist to -12°C but it is necessary to bring it indoors anyway in October or November. Small round fruit of about 2 to 3 cm cm, with few seeds. ... more

Grafted Grown in pots  The round-fruited Kumquat is hardier than the oval-fruited Kumquat. In... more

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Kumquat Nagami on rootstock Kumquat Nagami on rootstock
Kumquat Nagami on rootstock

Grafted, Growing in a pot The tree is small to medium in size, with a dense and somewhat fine texture.  The fruit is tart and contains a few seeds. It can be very cold hardy if acclimated. Ideal for making marmalade. Height at maturity: 12-14 feet Harvest: November to March. ... more

Grafted, Growing in a pot The tree is small to medium in size, with a dense and somewhat fine... more

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Lemon Bearss dwarf Lemon Bearss dwarf
Lemon Bearss dwarf

Dwarf Bearss lemon trees grow quickly, produce very few thorns compared to other lemons and is sensitive to cold. The fruit is juicy with a bright acidity appreciated for use in drinks, lemon desserts and other dishes.  Height at maturity: 7-8 feet Harvest: July to December. ... more

Dwarf Bearss lemon trees grow quickly, produce very few thorns compared to other lemons and is... more

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Lemon Harvey grafted dwarf
Lemon Harvey grafted dwarf

Grafted (dwarf) Not very thorny The dense foliage is evergreen and dark in color, providing a perfect background for the abundant, pollen-free flowers that are creamy white and fragrant. Lemon trees adapt well to container growing and require transplanting to a larger, well-drained container as needed. ... more

Grafted (dwarf) Not very thorny The dense foliage is evergreen and dark in color, providing a... more

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Lemon Japanese Yuzu Lemon Japanese Yuzu
Lemon Japanese Yuzu

Small plant, perfect for indoor containers. Contains seeds Yuzu is a natural hybrid (Citrus ichangensis x Citrus reticulata) native to Japan, where it was often used as rootstock. The fruit is yellow and the size of a medium tangerine, with a lemon flavor and a rough skin that is easy to peel.  It is... more

Small plant, perfect for indoor containers. Contains seeds Yuzu is a natural hybrid (Citrus... more

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Lemon Ponderosa dwarf grafted Lemon Ponderosa dwarf grafted
Lemon Ponderosa dwarf grafted

Grafted (dwarf) The ponderosa lemon tree also called American Wonder and Giant American Lemon, is a decorative citrus fruit of American origin, it is considered as a hybrid of lemon tree and citron tree (C. limon × C. medica) selected by George Bowman in 1887 in Hagerstown Maryland. It has both lemon and... more

Grafted (dwarf) The ponderosa lemon tree also called American Wonder and Giant American Lemon, is a... more

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Lime persian Dwarf Lime persian Dwarf
Lime persian Dwarf

Dwarf This citrus fruit produces lemon-sized fruits with a thin skin and no seeds. The juice is very fragrant, as is the fruit's peel. The fruit is twice the size of a Key Lime. Blooms sometimes in the summer. Minimum temperature tolerated: -3 to -4°C but loses its leaves at these temperatures. ... more

Dwarf This citrus fruit produces lemon-sized fruits with a thin skin and no seeds. The juice is very... more

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Limequat Lakeland Limequat Lakeland
Limequat Lakeland

This Limequat is a wonderful addition to your garden. You can grow it in the ground or in a container on your patio. Lakeland Limequat is incredibly cold hardy and very productive. This variety is evergreen, so it produces flowers year-round as long as the weather is warm. The fruit will cover your tree for a... more

This Limequat is a wonderful addition to your garden. You can grow it in the ground or in a container on... more

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Limequat Tavares Limequat Tavares
Limequat Tavares

Medium vigorous tree of small size and very productive. Can produce several times a year, adult. Late main flowering (July - August). Very decorative tree always in fruit. Slightly weeping habit. A good alternative to limes for a better resistance to cold. The fruit looks like a big elongated yellow kumquat when... more

Medium vigorous tree of small size and very productive. Can produce several times a year, adult. Late main... more

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Mandarin 'Satsuma Xie Shan' Mandarin 'Satsuma Xie Shan'
Mandarin 'Satsuma Xie Shan'

Citrus reticulata subsp. unshiu (formerly Citrus unshiu) is a mandarin tree resulting from a mutation which occurred in 1429 in Japan. The fruit is a sweet and usually seedless tangerine, popular in Japan as mikan, a name also used in France and Belgium. It is named mandarin satsuma or unshu-mikan tangerine in many... more

Citrus reticulata subsp. unshiu (formerly Citrus unshiu) is a mandarin tree resulting from a mutation which... more

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Mandarin Sylverhill Satsuma
Mandarin Sylverhill Satsuma

An early maturing Satsuma that has thick skin, easy to peel, sweet and juicy fruit with segments that separate easily. This variety grows well in cooler areas. Highly recommended! Self-fertilizing Instructions for growing in pots (recommended):  Leave the plant between May and October outdoors but... more

An early maturing Satsuma that has thick skin, easy to peel, sweet and juicy fruit with segments that... more

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Meiwa Kumquat Dwarf Meiwa Kumquat Dwarf
Meiwa Kumquat Dwarf

Growing in pots  The round-fruited Kumquat is hardier than the oval-fruited Kumquat. In a situation sheltered from cold winds, the adult tree can resist to -12°C but it is necessary to bring it indoors anyway in October or November. Small round fruit of about 2 to 3 cm cm, with few seeds. The... more

Growing in pots  The round-fruited Kumquat is hardier than the oval-fruited Kumquat. In a... more

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Meyer lemon dwarf Meyer lemon dwarf
Meyer lemon dwarf

Dwarf IDEAL FOR POT CULTURE Contains seeds It is a lemon with a sweet taste. It is juicy, refreshing, so pleasant that you can bite into it. A perfect citrus fruit for recipes. It is easily identifiable in grocery stores. It's a bright yellow, almost orange, lemon with a smooth, thin skin, because... more

Dwarf IDEAL FOR POT CULTURE Contains seeds It is a lemon with a sweet taste. It is juicy,... more

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Meyer lemon dwarf rootstock Meyer lemon dwarf rootstock
Meyer lemon dwarf rootstock

Grafted (dwarf) IDEAL FOR POT CULTURE Contains seeds It is a lemon with a sweet taste. It is juicy, refreshing, so pleasant that you can bite into it. A perfect citrus fruit for recipes. It is easily identifiable in grocery stores. It's a bright yellow, almost orange, lemon with a smooth, thin... more

Grafted (dwarf) IDEAL FOR POT CULTURE Contains seeds It is a lemon with a sweet taste. It... more

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Minneola Minneol Tangelo – Dwarf rootstock
Minneola Minneol Tangelo – Dwarf rootstock

Grafted Tangelo Minneola is also called Honeybell because of its bell-like shape due to the bulge near the top of the fruit. It is quite resistant to cold (-7 to -8°C) . The pulp is very juicy, sweet with just a touch of acidity. Some seeds . The skin is dark orange, smooth and shiny. Peels easily.... more

Grafted Tangelo Minneola is also called Honeybell because of its bell-like shape due to the bulge near... more

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Moro Blood Orange – Dwarf rootstock Moro Blood Orange – Dwarf rootstock
Moro Blood Orange – Dwarf rootstock

For cultivation in pots The Moro orange is the most colorful and fragrant of the blood oranges. Its flesh can take a very red to dark purple color. Its juice has a slight raspberry flavor. The Moro orange can be used in juices, sorbets or fruit salads but also to accompany meat or fish for example. It can be... more

For cultivation in pots The Moro orange is the most colorful and fragrant of the blood oranges. Its... more

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Nagami Kumquat Nain Nagami Kumquat Nain
Nagami Kumquat Nain

Growing in pots The tree is small to medium in size, with a dense and somewhat fine texture.  The fruit is tart and contains a few seeds. It can be very cold hardy if acclimated. Height at maturity: 6-8 feet Harvest: all year round. Self-fertile Instructions for growing in pots... more

Growing in pots The tree is small to medium in size, with a dense and somewhat fine texture.  The... more

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Nules Clementine – Dwarf grafted
Nules Clementine – Dwarf grafted

Growing in pots Few seeds Of good size, the orange colored fruit has an adequate content of high quality juice thanks to an excellent balance between sugars and total acidity. It is subject to the "soufflé" aspect when it reaches maturity. The pulp is melting, leaving practically no... more

Growing in pots Few seeds Of good size, the orange colored fruit has an adequate content of high... more

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Orange Bergamot Orange Bergamot
Orange Bergamot

For cultivation in pots The bergamot is a very demanding tree, which only thrives in a very temperate climate. The fruit of this tree is a citrus fruit that looks like an orange with a greenish skin and turns yellow when ripe. It has the shape and size of an orange, but differs greatly in taste and fragrance.... more

For cultivation in pots The bergamot is a very demanding tree, which only thrives in a very temperate... more

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Orange Glen Navel Dwarf rootstock Orange Glen Navel Dwarf rootstock
Orange Glen Navel Dwarf rootstock

The fruit of this orange variety is prized for its beautiful seedless segments and easy-to-peel skin. Glen Navel Oranges are among the juiciest citrus fruits. Medium to large oranges reach a mature size of 4 to 5 inches in diameter, are bright orange in color and have a slightly bumpy skin. The fruit is great... more

The fruit of this orange variety is prized for its beautiful seedless segments and easy-to-peel skin.... more

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Orange Hamlin Orange Hamlin
Orange Hamlin

For pot culture Fruit moderately small, globose to slightly oblate; sometimes with a radially low neck and weak areolar ring; very few or no seeds . Well colored at maturity. Skin thin, smooth, finely pitted on surface. Flesh well colored; tender, juicy, acid-free; mild flavor. One of the first to ripen.... more

For pot culture Fruit moderately small, globose to slightly oblate; sometimes with a radially low neck... more

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Orange Washington Navel dwarf Orange Washington Navel dwarf
Orange Washington Navel dwarf

Growing in pots The Washington Navel orange is one of the most famous varieties of the Navel orange. It is famous for its considerable size, its perfectly spherical shape and the total absence of seeds in its pulp. The peel of the Washington Navel orange is rather soft, of medium thickness and slightly... more

Growing in pots The Washington Navel orange is one of the most famous varieties of the Navel orange. It... more

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Persian (Tahiti) Lime – Dwarf Persian (Tahiti) Lime – Dwarf
Persian (Tahiti) Lime – Dwarf

Grafted (dwarf) This citrus fruit produces lemon-sized fruits with a thin skin and no seeds. The juice is very fragrant, as is the fruit's peel. The fruit is twice the size of a Key Lime. Blooms sometimes in the summer. Minimum temperature tolerated: -3 to -4°C but loses its leaves at these... more

Grafted (dwarf) This citrus fruit produces lemon-sized fruits with a thin skin and no seeds. The... more

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Pink Variegated Lemon – Dwarf Pink Variegated Lemon – Dwarf
Pink Variegated Lemon – Dwarf

Small plant, perfect for indoor pots.  Contains few seeds. Zebra Lemon is said to be the Himalayan salt of citrus. Its pulpy pink interior contains a sharp acidity, complemented by the comforting fragrance of grapefruit. Does not resist to cold. Self-fertile. Height at maturity: 6-8... more

Small plant, perfect for indoor pots.  Contains few seeds. Zebra Lemon is said to be the... more

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Ponkan mandarin Ponkan mandarin
Ponkan mandarin

Ponkan Citrus poonensis; 'Chinese Honey Orange') is a high-yielding sweet citrus cultivar with large orange-sized fruits. It is a citrus hybrid (mandarin × pomelo), although it was once considered a pure mandarin. The fruit is very sweet, round in shape and about 7-8 cm wide. The trees have a high... more

Ponkan Citrus poonensis; 'Chinese Honey Orange') is a high-yielding sweet citrus cultivar with large... more

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Rangpur lime on rootstock Rangpur lime on rootstock
Rangpur lime on rootstock

Grafted, Contains seeds Its name is a bit misleading because its reddish, tart fruit looks more like a tangerine than a lime. This rather vigorous tree has a few small thorns, leaves similar to those of the mandarin and small flowers with purple-tinted petals.  The tree is primarily used as a... more

Grafted, Contains seeds Its name is a bit misleading because its reddish, tart fruit looks more... more

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Ruby red Grapefruit dwarf Ruby red Grapefruit dwarf
Ruby red Grapefruit dwarf

Grafted (dwarf),  Contains seeds Pink-fleshed grapefruit variety popular in supermarkets. Works well in pot culture. Self-fertile. Height at maturity: 8-9 feet if planted in full soil. Harvest: November-May Instructions for pot growing (recommended):  Leave the plant between... more

Grafted (dwarf),  Contains seeds Pink-fleshed grapefruit variety popular in supermarkets. Works... more

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Sanguinelli Blood Orange Sanguinelli Blood Orange
Sanguinelli Blood Orange

Reddish skin, few seeds , and a tender and sweet flesh at maturity (February in thermo-Mediterranean climate). Its size is small. Sanguinelli is a second Spanish variety cultivated in 1950, without thorns, the fruit is of medium size and its coloring can be very dark.  Height to maturity: 12-14 feet ... more

Reddish skin, few seeds , and a tender and sweet flesh at maturity (February in thermo-Mediterranean... more

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Satsuma mandarin (Owari)
Satsuma mandarin (Owari)

Grafted (standard) Seedless This Japanese mandarin has the particularity to have a green skin even when it is mature. It is an early variety which is consumed in autumn. It is also very fragrant and sweet. Very cold hardy. Height at maturity: 12-14 feet. Harvest: October-November. ... more

Grafted (standard) Seedless This Japanese mandarin has the particularity to have a green skin even... more

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Shiranui mandarin
Shiranui mandarin

Grafted (standard) Contains seeds Very sweet, large fruit size and large protruding bump on top of the fruit. Shiranui is known to be one of the tastiest mandarins in the world. Height at maturity: 12-14 feet. Harvest: November-January. Self-fertile Instructions for growing in pots... more

Grafted (standard) Contains seeds Very sweet, large fruit size and large protruding bump on top of... more

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Surprise citrus
Surprise citrus

Unidentified citrus plants, low price. Grapefruit (2) 2-3 feet Lime (1) 2-3 feet Kumquat (1) 3-4 feet Lemon (1) 3-4 feet Orange tree (2) 2-3 feet

Unidentified citrus plants, low price. Grapefruit (2) 2-3 feet Lime (1) 2-3 feet Kumquat (1) 3-4 feet ... more

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Tangerine Sugar Belle –  Dwarf type rootstock Tangerine Sugar Belle –  Dwarf type rootstock
Tangerine Sugar Belle – Dwarf type rootstock

Growing in a pot Grafted (dwarf) An exceptionally sweet, juicy variety with an easy to remove skin. Has many seeds. The fruit resembles the "Minneola" tangelo in shape and appearance. The color and flavor of the fruit are a good balance between intense sweetness and a typical citrus acidity.... more

Growing in a pot Grafted (dwarf) An exceptionally sweet, juicy variety with an easy to remove... more

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Thornless key lime dwarf
Thornless key lime dwarf

Thornless Mexican lime (Citrus aurantifolia), also known as lime and West Indian lime, is a medium-sized evergreen fruit tree. Contains seeds . It grows vigorously once well established in its pot. It produces abundantly small and very fragrant limes. Very easy in pot. Height at maturity: 12-14 feet ... more

Thornless Mexican lime (Citrus aurantifolia), also known as lime and West Indian lime, is a... more

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Valencia Orange – Dwarf rootstock
Valencia Orange – Dwarf rootstock

Grow in a pot Medium to large size, its skin is easy to peel. Its flavor is sweet with a touch of acidity superior to Navels. Self-fertilizing Height at maturity: 12-14 feet. Harvest: March to June. Instructions: Leave the plant between May and October outdoors but bring indoors between... more

Grow in a pot Medium to large size, its skin is easy to peel. Its flavor is sweet with a touch of... more

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Washington Navel orange – Dwarf Washington Navel orange – Dwarf
Washington Navel orange – Dwarf

Growing in pots Grafted The Washington Navel orange is one of the most famous varieties of the Navel orange. It is famous for its considerable size, its perfectly spherical shape and the total absence of seeds in its pulp. The peel of the Washington Navel orange is rather soft, of medium thickness and... more

Growing in pots Grafted The Washington Navel orange is one of the most famous varieties of the... more

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