Citrus Trees x 5 Plants Mixed Pack Eureka Lisbon Meyer Lemon Tahitian Lime Fruit Fruiting Scented Flowering Herb Cottage Garden White Flowers
- Product Code: mixed-citrus-plants-pack-5
- Availability: 33
- 5 or more $28.45
You will receive 5 mixed Citrus Trees Lemon Lime Eureka Lisbon Meyer Tahitian Fruit Flowers Edible
The plants you will receive in this listing will be 14-20cm tall, will be in individual 40mm x 80mm pots, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.
You will receive 5 Citrus Plants
You can email us the variety mix that you want.
Otherwise we will send you 3 lemons of either Lisbon, Meyer or Eureka, and 2 Tahitian Limes. We normally have a few other types of citrus available.
Please email us if you would like to know what we currently have in stock as they are all the same price.
The following notes apply to all 4 varieties
Beautiful small trees that produce great fruit and fragrant flowers.
A great addition to nearly every garden.
Frost hardy to around minus 5 degrees. (In colder districts, plant them in a protected position.)
The first fruits will appear at around the 3-year mark, with an increase in production with maturity.
Will form a good shape by themselves, or can be trimmed and trained to your desired requirements.
Can be cut back hard, and will regrow.
For optimum fruit production, feed and water in the same manner as you would plums, apples etc.
Great specimens interplanted throughout gardens, large pots, espaliers against fences etc.
Full sun to semi-shade.
Lime green leaves with purple tinges when young, then maturing to deep green.
Often grown for their foliage structures as well as their fruit.
Flowers: Similar in all varieties, with a sweet citrus scent.
Maintenance: Remove flowers and buds before the 3-year mark to encourage faster growth of the plants.
Eureka Lemon Citrus limon 'Eureka', 'Garey's Eureka'
The most widely grown lemon in Australia and in many other parts of the world.
Thought to have originated in Los Angeles, USA.
A great cropping variety that will usually have some fruit all year round.
Many Winter cropping, with 1-2 small croppings in warmer coastal areas through Spring and Summer.
Nearly thornless, open growing structure.
Will grow well both in pots and in the ground.
Glossy maroon new growth that contrasts well amongst the greens.
Fruit: Early fruiting. High juice and acid content.
Flowers: Sweetly scented white/cream blossoms. Height: Approx 3 metres. Lisbon Lemon Citrus limon 'Lisbon' Similar to Eureka, yet a taller growing form of lemon. Produces many kilos of fruit once established. Meyer Lemon Citrus x meyeri 'Meyer' Native to China. Thought to be a cross between a true lemon and either a mandarin or common orange. Foliage: Dark, shiny leaves. Fruit: Yellow and rounder than a true lemon. Fragrant, thin skin with a slight orange tinge when ripe. Sweeter, less acidic flavour than other varieties. Flowers: Fragrant white flowers with purple bases. Height: Approx 2-3 metres (can be pruned smaller). Tahitian Lime Citrus x latifolia A seedless lime that is heavy fruiting. Great for cooking and juice. More frost hardy than other lime varieties. (In colder parts of Australia, plant in a protected position, e.g. against buildings.) Will grow well both in pots and in the ground. Fruit: Medium sized, juicy, with the appearance of green lemons. Moderate to high acid levels. Harvest in Autumn to early Winter. Height: Approx 2.5 to 3 metres.
Not for Western Australia, Northern Territory or Tasmania
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