Plants at Edible Landscaping
Tropicals & Citrus - Citrus
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Citrus to AZ, CA, FL, HI, PR, TX, VI or Europe...
Owari Satsuma Tangerine - Citrus reticulata Meiwa Sweet Kumquat - Fortunella japonica
Citrus Satsuma The very largest fruit of the mandarin family and well known for its cold tolerance. This tree is found throughout FL and in the coastal areas of GA, AL, MS, LA and SC. Fruit ripens very early in the season. Honey-sweet, seedless and very juicy, Satsumas large segments separate easily. Even the youngest child can enjoy this "Zipper peel" fruit. We offer Satsuma Mandarin on three different rootstocks usually. If you're going to grow it in a pot choose macrophylla first. Carrizo citrange and trifoliate work for pots but are hardy for planting outside. Trifoliate is the hardiest rootstock for planting outside. Space outside @ 8' circle. Zones 8b-10. 

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Citrus Meiwa Kumquat Beautiful quarter-size, bright orange fruit cover a lush, dense small tree. Ideal for container planting. The best fresh eating kumquat. Usually called the "sweet" kumquat. Zones 8b-10. 

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Improved Meyer Lemon - Citrus limonia Persian Lime - Citrus latifolia
Citrus Meyer Lemon Meyer Lemon blooms early, usually fruiting the first year. Hardy to 18 degrees F and ornamental, being slightly sweet with an excellent lemon flavor. The peal is yellow-orange and very juicy. This tree is a lovely container plant and will produce well in a pot. For planting outside in marginal citrus zones like 8b choose Meyer Lemon grafted on trifoliate orange. For pots choose macrophylla or rooted on its own roots.Zones 8b-10. 

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Citrus Persian Lime ML This is the lime you will find most often in the grocery store. A small tree, the Persian lime is an excellent container plant. Large green fruit are produced at the ends of the branches. The perfect lime; green, seedless and juicy. Fruits will turn yellow if left on the tree. Zones 9-10.  

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Ponderosa Lemon - Citrus lemoni Kaffir Lime - Cirus hystrix
Citrus Ponderosa lemon with bloom This lemon citron hybrid grows well in containers and has a shrub-like appearance. The fruits are the size of grapefruits and are abundant on the tree nearly year round. Of all all varieties listed, Ponderosa has the largest flowers. Zones 9-10.  

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1 Quart Pot grafted on C. macrophylla $15.00
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Citrus Kaffir Fruit Popular in Thai and Cambodian cooking. The fresh and dried leaves impart a pleasant citrus flavor when added to soups and curries. The fruit rind is candied or dried and used in curry pastes. The fruits are eaten with fish or made into drinks. Zone 9-10. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on trifoliate orange flying dragon$30.00
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Thornless Key Lime - Citus aurantifolia Valencia Orange - Citrus sinensis
Citrus Key Lime A small semi-dwarf tree with small fruit; one of the best container plants. Grows rapidly and produces well even when young. This tree produces heaviest in the fall and early winter. This is the fruit of the famous key lime pie; excellent for mixed drinks, and always cook fish with it! Zones 9-10. 

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Citrus Valencia Orange The popular "orange juice orange" Ripens later, spring and summer. Thin skin, few seeds, deep orange flesh, sweet and juicy. Zone 9-10. 

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Ruby Red Grapefruit - C. x paradisei Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange - Citrus trifoliata L. var. monstrosa T.
Citrus Grapefruit Very red flesh, nearly seedless, developed in Texas. Excellent flavor. Fruits well in pots. Large flowers. Zone 9-10. 

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1 1.5 Gallon grafted on C. macrophylla $35.00


Citrus Flying Dragon Flying Dragon's thorns are long and curved, plant is small (up to 6'). Extremely ornamental with corkscrew growth habit. A show-stopper at the nursery, especially with it's display of orange fruit in the fall! No insect or disease problems. We make citrus-ade from the juice, adding sweetener and water. Fruits are highly aromatic.The Japanese name for them is "Karatachi". There is even a Japanese folk song named "karatachi". A small jar filled karatachi fruit seeped with honey provides a sweet liquid that makes a great topping for yogurt... or a spoonful in hot water is a delightful tea. Fruits are inferior to lemons, being seedy, resin-like, and not juicy. Not to be eaten whole fresh. Will take below zero temperatures planted in the ground, so it is the hardiest of citrus along with the straight thorn Poncirus. Can be made into a prize-winning bonsai. Space 7' circle Height 6'. Zones 6-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$5.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$25.00
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Trifoliate Orange - Poncerus trifoliata Washington Navel Orange - Citrus Sinensis
Citrus Hardy Trifoliate Orange The Japanese name for them is "Karatachi". There is even a Japanese folk song named "Karatachi". A small jar filled karatachi fruit seeped with honey provides a sweet liquid that makes a great topping for yogurt... or a spoonful in hot water is a delightful tea.Can be grown outside in Zone 6. Prune lower growth back to encourage canopy. Golf-ball size fruits are best used for drinks and marmalade. The hardiest true citrus, though fruits are inferior to commonly known citrus, being resiny, seedy, and extremely tart. Can withstand below zero temperatures. Commonly used as a rootstock in northern citrus growing regions. Makes a very ornamental hedge which is impenetrable. Height 10'. Zones 6-9. 

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Citrus Navel Blosoms Navel oranges are a popular well known easy to peel fruit. Makes a very handsome potted plant. Leaves are dark green and dense. Blooms are pretty and many. Fruits are mild, large and sweet. Fruits have prominent " navels". Zones 9 - 10  

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Lisbon Lemon - citrus x lemone Yuzu Hardy Citrus - C. ichangensis x C. reticulata var. austera
Citrus Lisbon Lemon You have seen Lisbon Lemons often in the grocery store. The classic yellow lemon, strong acid flavor, thin skin, and full of juice. This tree is well suited to container growing. The bulk of lemons will ripen between July and December, with some fruit on the tree year round. It is beautiful in appearance with it's dark green leaves, purple tinged bloom, and bright yellow fruit. Enhance the beauty of your patio and create spectacular food dishes with this lemon. Remember in Florida fruit is larger than California, these lemons are often twice the size of the lemons available in the store. Can take neglect better than other lemon varieties. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 2 inch pot  own roots$9.00
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1 4 inch pot  own roots$15.00
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1 Quart Pot  own roots$20.00
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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on C. macrophylla $25.00



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Citrus Yuzu Yuzu is a naturally occurring hybrid long cultivated in China and Japan for its useful fruits. In their native environment these evergreens often withstand temperatures dipping into the teens or lower. Supposedly, Yuzu, can endure lows approaching 0 degrees F. Some sources say 15 degrees F. Zone 8 > 10.

They are widely grown as a home orchard tree at the northern end of China's citrus range. The tree is popular in Japan and used in traditional Japanese cooking, both the fruit and the rind.The aroma ii pungent, lemon-like and the dried peel is used as a spice. Yuzu has loose, easily peeled skin like mandarins. Semi-dwarf in open ground, they rarely exceed 5' when containerized. Very little has been written about these beautiful trees in our country. However, Ichandarins have been grown since the early days of oriental fruit culture.

Found growing at high elevations in the wild, 2,000 to 4,500 ft. fruits are medium size; 2 1/2" to 3", with a deep yellow, loose, easily peeled skin. Fruits are mild and pleasantly lemon-lime flavored when eaten out of hand and are valued in Japan for use in baking or seasoning. The hollowed skin is often used to impart a unique flavor to foods cooked within it. The trees grow slowly the first couple years until the root system is established. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on trifoliate orange flying dragon$32.00
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Arctic Frost Hardy Satsuma - Citus reticulataXchangsha Orange Frost Hardy Satsuma Tree - Citus reticulataXchangsha
Citrus Artic Frost Arctic Frost Hardy Satsuma A cold hardy selection of Satsuma hybrids, having survived 9 degrees F. at Overton, TX. The fruit peel and flesh are brightly orange colored, retaining that characteristic from its Changsha tangerine parentage. The taste is sweet tart, resulting in a true citrus flavor. The peel is easily removed and the seed count is low, so it's good for fresh eating. In 1997 Mr. Moy and Dr. Jerry Parsons, then Texas A&M Horticulture Extension Specialist, arrived at the idea to hybridize winter hardy Changsha tangerine with various Satsuma mandarins. The goal was to produce a Satsuma hybrid with enhanced cold hardiness as well as high quality fruit with a low seed count. If container grown, it is important to be able to move the container to a protected area for freeze protection when temperatures are in the 20 degree F. range are predicted and back to full sun when temperatures warm in warm summer areas. 

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Citrus Orange Frost with Dr. Moore Orange Frost Hardy Satsuma (Plant Patent #23496) is a selection with improved cold hardiness having survived 12 degrees F. at Overton, TX. Orange Frost Hardy Satsuma was recently designated a Texas Superstar for 2014. Trees are in the trial gardens of Extension Horticulturists state wide to further establish the adaptability of Dr. Moy's introductions. This hardy selection of Satsuma is crossed with Changsha and should be tried planted outside in northern citrus areas and as a potted plant in the north. Pictured Dr. Moy. 

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Bumper Satsuma Mandarin - Citus reticulataXchangsha  
Citrus Bumper Satsuma Bumper Satsuma is a selection of Dr. Moy's hybrids that displays normal hardiness for a Satsuma, but was chosen from Moy's work for its heavy fruit yield and his pride in its creation and flavor. Makes an ideal heavy bearing potted plant and can be grown outside in northern citrus zones. Zones 9-10 Space 8'-10' circle 

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