A Selection of some of the less common Citrus. Kumquats, Limequats, Grapefruits and Citrons.
Kumquat. A lovely Kumquat bush approx 25-30cms high, giving a plentiful supply of small oval orange fruit with a sweet skin that can be eaten whole or used in cooking. Currently with small fruits.
A Lovely standard tree approx 70cm (inc pot) Not currently in fruit. Will bear sweet orange fruits that ripen in winter. 20cm pot.
Feed for citrus plants during the winter. Use from October. (160g). This item can be posted separately, if no other plants are ordered: p&p charge of £3.50. (Delivery charge will be adjusted when payment processed)
Limequat. A cross between a kumquat and lime. Grown on a trellis approx 25-30cm with fruits. Use the fruits as you would a lime. Looking really nice!
Feed for citrus plants during the summer. (160g). This item can be posted separately, if no other plants are ordered: p&p charge of £3.50. (Delivery charge will be adjusted when payment processed)
Grapefruit. This lovely standard tree is ideal for the conservatory and will treat you to tasty sweet fruits to enjoy for breakfast. 70-80cms high. Grafted trees currently with fruit. 20cm pot.
Dwarf pomegranate. A small bushy tree with glossy bright green leaves. The pretty funnel-shaped flowers turn into edible pomegranates. Will only grow to 3ft or less in height. 15cm pot
A cross between an orange and lime, producing large juicy fruits. Also produces Bergamot oil in the peel which is used in perfumes. 20cm pot 60-70cm high