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Citrus Trees

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  1. Zones: Outdoor 8-11; Patio 4-11 Owari Satsuma Mandarin
    $55.95
  2. Zones: 8-11 (Patio 4-11) Australian Finger Lime
    $55.95
  3. Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-11) Clementine Mandarin Orange Tree
    $55.95
  4. Zones: 9-11 (Patio 4-11) Bearss Lime Tree
    $55.95
  5. Zones: 8-11 (Patio 4-11) Nagami Kumquat
    $55.95
  6. Zones: 8-10 (Patio 4-10) Indio Mandarinquat
    $55.95
  7. Zones: Outdoors 9-10; Patio 4-10 Kishu Mandarin
    $55.95
  8. Zones: 8-10 (Patio 4-11) Kaffir Lime
    $55.95
  9. Zones: 9-10 (Patio 4-10) California Honey Mandarin
    $55.95
  10. Zones: 9-10 (Patio 4-10) Washington Navel Orange Tree
    $55.95
  11. Zones: 8-10 (Patio 4-10) Eureka Lemon
    $55.95
  12. Zones: 8-11 (Patio 4-11) Mexican Key Lime
    $55.95

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Enjoy Delicious Homegrown Citrus Fruit 

With glossy evergreen leaves, citrus trees come in a variety of fruit types including lime, mandarin, grapefruit, tangerine, key lime, kumquat, orange and more. Citrus trees thrive in garden pots, but can create a lovely outdoor citrus garden in the right climate. Citrus plants and shrubs are small to moderate sized trees with thorns and fragrant flowers. 

With glossy evergreen leaves, citrus trees come in a variety of fruit types including lime, mandarin, grapefruit, tangerine, key lime, kumquat, orange and more. Citrus trees thrive in garden pots, but can create a lovely outdoor citrus garden in the right climate. Citrus plants and shrubs are small to moderate sized trees with thorns and fragrant flowers. Citrus trees bear fruit with a tough rind, known as the zest. Citrus fruits are juice-laden, making them great when eaten off the tree, squeezed for fresh juice or even preserved in marmalades. Delicate and fragrant white flowers bloom every spring, and the fruits come shortly thereafter.

Citrus trees do not tolerate freezing temperatures and should be protected from the cold. They require direct sunlight and should be planted in an area protected from wind damage. The key to enjoying a citrus tree indoors is to make sure it’s in front of a window with direct sunlight. You can also use a humidifier to create a humid and warm environment where the citrus tree will thrive.