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Here are examples of some of the plants we grow here at the nurseryClick on the images to see

a larger picture. Note that some of the plants are maturespecimens. If you are looking for a plant not shown, please email us.


YuzuThis one is of YUZU or citrus junos... Yuzu is a cold hardy citrus from the highlands of Japan. Yuzu has been reported to survive temperatures into the low teens. Fruit has a complex flavor of lemon/lime/grapefruit and is useful as an ingredient in seafood, sherbets, cosmetics and more.

Trees are 20.00 for 1 gallon grafted trees


Ten Degree TangerineTen Degree Tangerine: The Ten Degree tangerine certainly lives up to its name. My tree has never been exposed to 10 F but has sailed thru a night of 13 F with flying colors. Tree is very thorny but produces good crops of tangerines with a somewhat sweet/tart flavor. The ten degree tangerine was developed in Texas and has Yuzu and some other mandarins in its bloodline.

Trees are 20.00 per gallon and are either grown from rooted cuttings or grafted.


 

Owari Satsuma: McKenzie Amos, grandson of Stan McKenzie enjoys picking some owari satsumas from a tree at the McKenzie's patio. Owaris are sweet, seedless and zipper skinned. Trees are very cold hardy down to around 12 F. Trees bear good crops of medium sized fruits beginning around the 3rd year from planting.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Kimbrough Satsuma: The kimbrough satsuma has its origins in Louisiana. It was discovered after a killer freeze that destroyed much of Louisianas satsuma crop back in the early 1900's. The kimbrough is believed to be slightly more cold hardy than other satsuma varieties. The tree in this picture has survived single digits for brief periods of time. Hardy to around 12 F

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

changsha tangerineu0100413.gif (44107 bytes)Changsha Mandarin Plant (extra hardiness) Changsha: Changshas come from the foothills of China and are very cold hardy once they have grown to maturity. Fruits are small, bright orange and somewhat seedy. The flavor is very sweet and is very good as a juicer. Hardy to around 10 F

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

satsuma.jpg (46174 bytes)Satsuma Mandarin Plants (hardy):Toby Parker of Turbeville, SC admires another bumper crop of satsumas at his residence. Toby actually ships fruit to friends in Arkansas every year! Other types of satsumas available are miyagawa, dobashi beni, okitsu, Mr Mac,and a new release from China called China 9.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Meiwa & Nagami KumquatsMeiwa & Nagami Kumquats: Kumquats make beautiful ornamental trees as well as producing the tasty fruits. Fruits are eaten whole with peel. Kumquat trees begin flowering in early summer and the fruits ripen in late fall. Once dormant, the trees withstand temps in the mid teens.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Nippon OrangequatNippon Orangequat: Nippon orangequat is a hybrid of the satsuma mandarin orange and kumquat. Trees are very cold hardy and are prolific bearers. The fruits have a sweet orange taste and ripen in late fall. Hardy to around 10 F

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Thomasville CitrangequatThomasville Citrangequat: The Thomasville citrangequat is one of the early attempts by citrus researchers to produce a cold hardy citrus tree with good fruit. Trees can grow to 15 feet and are very cold hardy. Thomasvilles are very prolific bearers and the immature fruits make a great lime substitute. Fruit ripens in late fall and has a kumquat/orange flavor. The tree is named for Thomasville, Georgia where it first fruited. Hardy to around 5 F once established.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Tropical Lemon Plant: We offer the following lemon varieties: Meyer, Ponderosa, Eureka and Harvey. The Harvey lemon is reported to be somewhat cold resistant and was a suvivor of some of the deep freezes that struck Florida in the 60's and 70's

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree

 

lime tree.gif (46222 bytes)Tropical Lime Plant: Limes are the most cold sensitive of all citrus plants We offer key limes, persian limes as well as Australian finger limes and kaffir limes. Eustis limequats are also available and are much more cold hardy than regular limes.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree

 

Taichang lemonTaichang lemon: The Taichang is a cross between the Ichang lemon and the Taiwanica lemon... Both parents are extremely cold tolerant and the offspring is very cold hardy as well. The golf ball sized lemons sometimes grow in clusters on a medium sized tree. The taichang lemon tree has very long dark green leaves that reminds me of a kumquat tree. Fruit is a nice blend of sweet/tart flavors and the trees bear prolific crops. Hardy to around 15 F... Very limited supply of this one. Call or email for availability

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Ichang LemonIchang Lemon: The ichang lemon is a native of the foothills of China.. Trees bear good crops of large, almost grapefruit sized lemons. Trees are thorny and grow at a moderate rate. The fruits make delicious lemon pie and the trees are very ornamental. Hardy to around 20 F.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

Bitter LemonBitter Lemon: also known as the trifoliate orangeand poncirrus . Anyone wanting to grow citrus north of zone 7 should give bitter lemon a try. Trees are native of Asia and are extremely cold hardy. It has been reported that the bitter lemon tree will survive as far north as New England. Fruits are golf ball sized and the trees are decidious. Hardy to around - 5F

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

BloomSweetBloomsweet Grapefruit: as you can see from this picture.. the bloomsweet produces bountiful crops of large delicious grapefruits. Trees are very hardy and withstand temps down to around 15 F. Bloomsweet comes to us from Japan is called Citrus Kinkoji.



Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree


 

CitrumeloCitrumelo: Citrumelo is a hybrid of the trifoliate orange and grapefruit. Trees are very vigourous growers and the fruit is very similar to commercial grapefruits. Trees have been reported to produce fruit as far north as Tennesee.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree/


YuzuCitrange: We offer several species of citrange. Citrange is a hybrid between sweet oranges and trifoliate orange.. These are very cold hardy and will grow and produce fruit where other citrus trees fail. Hardy to 0 F. We offer Benton, Rusk and Morton citranges as well as Citrandarins... a mandarinXtrifoliate hybrid.

Price is 20 dollars per 1 gallon tree

YuzuBrowns Select Satsuma: Browns Select satsuma is probably my favorite of all the satsumas.. Flesh is melting and sweet. The trees bear great crops as is evidenced by this photo of one of my customers, " Hubcap Floyd" from Barrineau SC. The tree in the picture was planted around 5 years ago.


Thanks to Tom McClendon, Ned Rahn and Will Taylor for use of the Thomasville, Ten degree and Citrumelo photos .



 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

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