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Grow your own Lemons, Oranges, and other delicious Citrus fruit! Except in the warmest regions of the US, you will have to grow your Citrus in pots and protect them during the winter. Hundreds and possibly thousands of people are enjoying their home grown Citrus in Washington, Oregon, and throughout the US. Our Citrus varieties are grafted on a very dwarfing rootstock that induces early bearing and produces a beautiful, 3-5 ft. tall, compact tree. Easily grown on your patio, deck, or sunny balcony, Citrus plants can be left outside during mild weather. Bring these attractive, evergreen, small trees into a sunny room in the winter and enjoy their wonderful fragrance as they bloom.

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Akcay Sekeri (Crescent)

Akcay Sekeri (Crescent)

Also known as Crescent Orange, this unique, early ripening variety originated in Turkey. Akcay Sekeri is prized for its good crops of deep orange, sweet and flavorful fruit. Ripening earlier than most other oranges, it is great for fresh eating and juice.
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$ 29.95 Available in the Spring
Australian Finger Lime

Australian Finger Lime

One of the most fascinating discoveries in our fruit world. this unusual variety is sometimes called Citrus Caviar. Contained in the dark purple, 3” long fruit are a multitude of juicy capsules bursting with intense, sweet-tart, lemon-lime flavor. Found in the wild in Australia, Finger Limes have only recently been introduced to the US.
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$ 29.95 Available in the Spring
Bearss Lime

Bearss Lime

Almost as big as a lemon, Bearss Lime produces abundant, greenish-yellow, seedless, and very juicy fruit. Mix the delicious juice with lemon juice for a refreshing drink. Bearss Lime ripens in late winter into spring, and it can also produce some fruit year-around.
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$ 29.95


Best known as the flavoring in Earl Grey Tea, Bergamot fruit resembles an orange in shape, but is yellow like a lemon. Sweeter than a lemon, it is prized for its fragrant and delicious juice, which also makes highly regarded marmalade.
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$ 29.95
Borneo Rangpur

Borneo Rangpur

Known also as Rangpur Lime or Mandarin Lime, this unique and attractive variety features year-round crops of bright orange, Mandarin-size fruit. Very juicy and easy to peel, its tart juice resembles lemon-lime in taste and can be used like Lime juice in beverages, salads and Asian dishes.
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Buddha’s Hand Citron

Buddha's Hand Citron

This unique variety bears striking fruit with “fingers”. The thick, intensely flavorful rind of this bright orange fruit is candied like orange peel or used as a delicious seasoning.
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$ 29.95


One of the hardiest and most attractive Citrus varieties, Calamondin blooms year-round and fills the air with its wonderful citrus fragrance. Following the flowers are abundant, tasty, 1” diameter, bright orange fruit which are used like a lemon or lime. The fruit makes delicious juice and marmalade, and is used for flavoring fish and other dishes. Calamondin is hardy to 20˚F. or below.
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$ 29.95 Available in the Spring
Cara Cara Navel Orange

Cara Cara Navel Orange

A natural mutation of Navel Orange, Cara Cara was found in in an Orange orchard in Venezuela. Similar to Washington Navel in growth habit, Cara Cara fruit is unique for its sweet, reddish pink flesh and occasionally variegated foliage.
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$ 29.95 Available in the Spring
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