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Citrus Fruit Trees

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Citrus Tree Collection

…home-grown citrus fruits. Although they can take 12 months to mature, Lemons, Limes and Oranges are well worth waiting for. With their clusters of spring-time waxy, fragrant blossom and shiny evergreen foliage, citrus trees make perfect plants for patios…  More Info

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Lime Tree

tree, you can enjoy the taste of home grown limes for years to come. The citrus fruits may take up to a year to develop, but they are certainly worth the wait - perfect for adding to cold drinks in the summer months! The bunches of fragrant blossom and shiny…  More Info

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Citrus - Lemon

…their stunning fragrance from April through to June. Lemon 'Eureka' fruits may take up to a year to ripen but they are well worth the wait. Harvest as they ripen and once picked you can keep these for up to two weeks. Lemon trees are reasonably hardy and capable of…  More Info

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Kaffir Lime Citrus Plant

…knobbly, 4cm diameter green fruit and unusual double-shaped leaves. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a…  More Info

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Mandarin Citrus Plant

…produce small very sweet fruits with thin skin which is easy to peel. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or…  More Info

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Yuzu Citrus Plant

…try to grow your own! Yuzu is an upright, thorny tree bearing tangerine-sized fruit with bumpy skin about 5 to 7cm in diameter. The young fruits are green, maturing to yellow or orange. The leaves and flowers are also heavily scented. Citrus trees  More Info

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Grapefruit Citrus Plant

…the taste of home-grown grapefruits for breakfast! Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give a citrus tree as a…  More Info

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Kumquat - Citrus (House Plant)

…and chutneys. An attractive and novel citrus to grow. Citrus trees are ideal feature plants, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give an orange or a lemon tree<…  More Info

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Fruit Meyer Lemon

Savour the taste of home grown lemons! These citrus fruits take up to a year to develop, but are well worth the wait - try adding them to cool drinks in summer! Glossy evergreen foliage and clusters of fragrant waxy blossom in spring make lemon trees ideal feature…  More Info

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Mediterranean Fruit Collection

Mediterranean Fruit Collection will bring a taste of the Mediterranean to your garden. A mix of citrus trees and fig trees, the citrus trees thrive outdoors in the summer months and in the winter should be moved to a heated greenhouse or…  More Info

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Chempak® Summer and Winter Citrus Food

…balanced fertiliser that encourages fruit ripening, prevents leaf fall and discolouration. When the clocks change to British Summer Time, change to Summer Food for Citrus Trees, and when they change to British Winter time, switch back to Winter Food for   More Info

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Calamondin Orange - Citrus (House Plant)

…peel. These sour fruits are excellent for preserves, marinades, and baking. The Calamondin is an ideal feature plant, bringing a touch of Mediterranean style to conservatories and patios. They make excellent, long-lasting, and fragrant gifts. When you give a Citrus   More Info

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Lime 'Caviar Lime'

…be eaten straight off the tree or used to make pickles, marmalades, desserts and as an unusual addition to drinks. Citrus australasica is self-fertile and should be grown in the same way as other citrus fruits. Height: 300cm (10 feet). Spread: 250cm (8…  More Info

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Hibiscus syriacus 'Woodbridge'

…medium and larger sized gardens. Height & Spread: 2.5m (8'). Culinary note: The flowers can be infused to make a mildly citrus flavoured tea. The petals can be cut and added to fruit salads too. For more details about edible flowers click here. Plant height and spread…  More Info

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Hibiscus syriacus 'Red Heart'

…alongside other flowering shrubs. Height & Spread: 2.5m (8'). Culinary note: The flowers can be infused to make a mildly citrus flavoured tea. The petals can be cut and added to fruit salads too. For more details about edible flowers click here. Plant height and…  More Info

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