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Image of Citrus x paradisi photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Grapefruit)

The common grapefruit takes its name not from its flesh, which is juicy and acidic, but from the way the fruit grows in hanging clusters. This evergreen tree is thought to be a hybrid of the Asian pummelo, which has much larger fruits, and the sweet orange, a native of China. It arrived in the United States around 1853 from the Caribbean.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen and sometimes have short, soft thorns on their twigs. The fragrant, thick, glossy leaves are broadly oval, dotted with...

(Bloomsweet Grapefruit, Grapefruit)

Large, pendent clusters of sunny, yellow fruit, reminiscent of grapes, give grapefruit its common name. It is a natural hybrid of the Asian pummelo (Citrus maxima) and sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) that was first described as the Barbados “Forbidden Fruit” by Griffith Hughes in 1750. The tree was later found on several islands of the West Indies, including Jamaica, and arrived in the United States around 1853 thanks to Odette Philippe.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

James H. Schutte

(Duncan Grapefruit, Grapefruit)

Large, pendent clusters of sunny, yellow fruit, reminiscent of grapes, give grapefruit its common name. It is a natural hybrid of the Asian pummelo (Citrus maxima) and sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) that was first described as the Barbados “Forbidden Fruit” by Griffith Hughes in 1750. The tree was later found on several islands of the West Indies, including Jamaica, and arrived in the United States around 1853 thanks to Odette Philippe.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Grapefruit)

The common grapefruit takes its name not from its flesh, which is juicy and acidic, but from the way the fruit grows in hanging clusters. This evergreen tree is thought to be a hybrid of the Asian pummelo, which has much larger fruits, and the sweet orange, a native of China. It arrived in the United States around 1853 from the Caribbean.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen and sometimes have short, soft thorns on their twigs. The fragrant, thick, glossy leaves are broadly oval, dotted with...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Grapefruit)

The common grapefruit takes its name not from its flesh, which is juicy and acidic, but from the way the fruit grows in hanging clusters. This evergreen tree is thought to be a hybrid of the Asian pummelo, which has much larger fruits, and the sweet orange, a native of China. It arrived in the United States around 1853 from the Caribbean.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen and sometimes have short, soft thorns on their twigs. The fragrant, thick, glossy leaves are broadly oval, dotted with...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

James H. Schutte

(Grapefruit, Marsh Grapefruit)

Large, pendent clusters of sunny, yellow fruit, reminiscent of grapes, give grapefruit its common name. It is a natural hybrid of the Asian pummelo (Citrus maxima) and sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) that was first described as the Barbados “Forbidden Fruit” by Griffith Hughes in 1750. The tree was later found on several islands of the West Indies, including Jamaica, and arrived in the United States around 1853 thanks to Odette Philippe.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen...

(Grapefruit, Melogold Grapefruit)

Large, pendent clusters of sunny, yellow fruit, reminiscent of grapes, give grapefruit its common name. It is a natural hybrid of the Asian pummelo (Citrus maxima) and sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) that was first described as the Barbados “Forbidden Fruit” by Griffith Hughes in 1750. The tree was later found on several islands of the West Indies, including Jamaica, and arrived in the United States around 1853 thanks to Odette Philippe.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Grapefruit)

The common grapefruit takes its name not from its flesh, which is juicy and acidic, but from the way the fruit grows in hanging clusters. This evergreen tree is thought to be a hybrid of the Asian pummelo, which has much larger fruits, and the sweet orange, a native of China. It arrived in the United States around 1853 from the Caribbean.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen and sometimes have short, soft thorns on their twigs. The fragrant, thick, glossy leaves are broadly oval, dotted with...

(Grapefruit, Rio Red Grapefruit)

Large, pendent clusters of sunny, yellow fruit, reminiscent of grapes, give grapefruit its common name. It is a natural hybrid of the Asian pummelo (Citrus maxima) and sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) that was first described as the Barbados “Forbidden Fruit” by Griffith Hughes in 1750. The tree was later found on several islands of the West Indies, including Jamaica, and arrived in the United States around 1853 thanks to Odette Philippe.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen...

Image of Citrus x paradisi

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Grapefruit)

The common grapefruit takes its name not from its flesh, which is juicy and acidic, but from the way the fruit grows in hanging clusters. This evergreen tree is thought to be a hybrid of the Asian pummelo, which has much larger fruits, and the sweet orange, a native of China. It arrived in the United States around 1853 from the Caribbean.

Grapefruit trees are large, evergreen and sometimes have short, soft thorns on their twigs. The fragrant, thick, glossy leaves are broadly oval, dotted with...