Citrus

Our first shipment of citrus has arrived! These beautiful hardy varieties thrive in Texas with some simple measures to protect them from the frost during winter. Feel free to ask if you have any questions regarding their care. All trees are two years old when received, and typically begin to bear fruit within a year if not sooner.

Avocado: Lila and Mexicola (Typically self fertile in Texas, although having 2 does aid in pollination).

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Lemons: Ponderosa 

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Limes: Persian, Key Lime

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Satsumas: Owari, Dobashi Beni

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Calamondin

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Grapefruit: Bloomsweet

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Mandarin: Pong Koa, Page

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Olives: Arbequina

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Loquats

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Pomegranates: Wonderful