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 Citrus & Fruit

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List current as of  Tuesday, May 12th, 2015.

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CITRUS & FRUIT

APPLE

  • Carnavale
  • Golden Dorsett

APRICOT

  • Katy

AVOCADO

  • Opal
  • Pancho
  • Wilma

BANANA

  • Dwarf Cavendish
  • Ice Cream

BLACKBERRY

  • Brazos
  • Kiowa
  • Ouachita
  • Triple Crown

BLACK PEPPER

CACAO

            –Yellow (Chocolate)

COFFEE

  • Arabica

FIG

  • Celeste
  • Chicago Hardy
  • LSU Gold
  • LSU Puple
  • Texas Everbearing
  • Tiger

GOJI BERRY

GRAPE

  • Champanel

GRAPEFRUIT

  • Bloomsweet
  • Golden
  • Oro Blanco
  • Rio Red
  • Ruby Red

KUMQUAT

  • Changshou
  • Meiwa
  • Nagami

LEMON

  • Eureka
  • Improved Meyer
  • Multi-graft
  • Ujukitsu

 LIME

  • Kaffir
  • Mexican Thornless Key
  • Palestinian Sweet

LYCHEE

  • Mauritius

MANDARIN

  • Honey
  • Pong Koa

MANGO

  • Alphonso
  • Glenn
  • Nam Doc Mai

MIRACLE FRUIT

MORINGA

  • Horseradish

OLIVE

  • Arbequina
  • Arbosana

ORANGE

  • Cara Cara
  • Navel
  • Moro Blood Orange
  • Pineapple
  • Tarocco Blood

ORANGEQUAT

PAPAYA

  • Sunrise

PASSION FRUIT

  • Possum Purple

PEACH

  • Bonfire Dwarf
  • Donut

PEAR

  • Kieffer
  • Multi-graft
  • Tennhousi

PERSIMMON

  • Fuyu

POMEGRANATE

  • Garnet Sash

PUMMELO

  • Hirado Buntan
  • Chandler
  • Sarawak

 SATSUMA

  • Little Sweetie
  • Miho
  • Orange Frost
  • Owari
  • Seto

SPICE GINGER

            –Galanga

STRAWBERRY

TANGELO

  • Orlando

TANGERINE

  • Algerian
  • Dancy

 

DWARF CITRUS

  • Key Lime

 

 


Meyer Lemon

The Meyer Lemon (Citrus x meyeri) is a compact, almost thornless, small tree with an abundance of scented blooms and fruit. The fruit flesh is a light orange-yellow color, with juice sweeter than that of most lemons. Excellent for the Gulf Coast region. Full sun. Height: 10 – 12′. Dwarf Meyer Lemon is grafted on Flying Dragon rootstock, making it a much smaller 6′ tree that is perfect for containers.


Mexican Thornless Lime

The Mexican Thornless Lime (Citrus aurantifolia). Small, rounded, yellow-green fruit has aromatic, acidic flesh. Compact shrub has an upright growth habit. A cultivar of the Mexican lime, but with less thorns. Full sun. Height: 12′.


Meiwa Kumquat

The Meiwa Kumquat (Fortunella crassifolia) is a shrubby citrus variety that produces an extreme abundance of small fruit that can be eaten off the tree, or used for jams, marmalades & zest. The Meiwa kumquat is considered the sweet kumquat.


Kaffir Lime

Kaffir Lime (Citrus hystrix) is primarily growns for its aromatic leaves (used in cooking). It is well suited to container growing. Both the fragrant fruits and leaves of this citrus play important roles in Thai cooking, imparting unique flavors that have become identified with the cuisine.


Moro Blood Orange

The Moro Blood Orange (Citrus sinensis) is the classic blood orange. The Moro is the most colorful of the blood oranges, with a deep red flesh and a rind that has a bright red blush. The flavor is stronger and the aroma is more intense than a normal orange. This fruit has a distinct, sweet flavor.


Spanish Pink Lemon

The Variegated Spanish Pink Lemon (Citrus limonia) is one of the most beautiful citrus varieties. The foliage of this tree is variegated green and white. The fruit is green and yellow striped with a pink interior. The original ‘pink lemonade’.