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John Rickard

(Dwarf Eureka Lemon, Lemon)

Best known for its nearly seedless, market-quality lemons, ‘Eureka’ is a very old-fashioned cultivar that was first introduced in the late 1850s and is thought to have originated from Italian lines. This small evergreen tree has an open crown, almost thornless green branches and thick glossy green leaves.

When conditions are favorable it puts forth fragrant, waxy white flowers. These are followed by oblong, waxy, yellow, thick-skinned fruits with a high acid content.

Most citrus trees are...

(Lemon, Lemonade Lemon)

Puckery, cold lemonade and tart, sweet pies are modern pleasures made from the fruits of Citrus limon or lemon trees. However, lemons have been used for centuries and prized for their medicinal qualities. The true origin of lemons is unknown, but most likely from the northwestern reaches of India. The trees have moved with civilization and burgeoning transportation routes around the globe. It is said Christopher Columbus brought lemon seeds with him to Hispaniola in 1493, and it was among...

(Lemon, Seedless Lisbon Lemon)

Best known for its fragrant, tart, golden fruit, this small tree with thorny green branches and thick glossy evergreen leaves is probably native to India. Originating in Portugal, the cultivar 'Lisbon' is a vigorous, heavily armed tree with a dense, upright habit. The fragrant white flowers bloom in spring and often repeat later. The waxy, thick-skinned, acid fruits ripen several months after flowering, with the heaviest harvest usually occurring in winter.

This cultivar requires full sun and...

(Lemon, Pomona Sweet Lemon)

Puckery, cold lemonade and tart, sweet pies are modern pleasures made from the fruits of Citrus limon or lemon trees. However, lemons have been used for centuries and prized for their medicinal qualities. The true origin of lemons is unknown, but most likely from the northwestern reaches of India. The trees have moved with civilization and burgeoning transportation routes around the globe. It is said Christopher Columbus brought lemon seeds with him to Hispaniola in 1493, and it was among...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Lemon, Variegated Pink Eureka Lemon)

Admired for its variegated foliage and nearly seedless, pink-fleshed, market-quality lemons, ‘Variegated Pink Eureka’ is a newer sport of the very old-fashioned cultivar 'Eureka', which was first introduced in the late 1850s. This small evergreen tree has an open crown, almost thornless green branches and thick glossy green leaves with ivory and pale green edges.

When conditions are favorable it puts forth fragrant, waxy white flowers. These are followed by oblong, waxy, yellow and green striated...

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James H. Schutte

(Citron)

Intensely fragrant fruit, leaves and flowers distinguish this ancient citrus. Citron is believed to be the first citrus in cultivation and has been used both for food and medicine. Today, it is eaten candied in fruitcakes and holiday breads. The true origin of this citron is unknown, but like most Citrus it is probably from the northwestern reaches of India. There have been seeds of this fruit found in archeological excavations that are about 4000 years old. Citrus medica arrived...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Citron)

An important cultivar in religious ceremonies, citron ‘Etrog’ is one of the oldest cultivated. The fruit is elliptical with pale-yellow, bumpy thick aromatic skin. The flesh is crisp, pale, acid, firm and seedy. The fruit will hang on the tree and continue to enlarge until harvested. Most agree ‘Etrog’ should be harvested when moderately sized before it is large enough to break branches. They ripen individually and are harvested by hand as they mature. Many can produce fruit throughout the year,...

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James H. Schutte

(Buddha's Hand, Fingered Citron)

Beautiful and unusual, Buddha’s hand is grown for its large, yellow fruit that looks like it has fingers at the base. Intensely fragrant fruit, leaves and flowers distinguish this ancient citrus. Citron is believed to be the first citrus in cultivation, and has been used both for food and medicine. Today, it is eaten candied in fruitcakes and holiday breads. The true origin of this citron is unknown, but like most Citrus it is probably from the northwestern reaches of India. There have been...

(Armstrong Tangerine, Tangerine)

Easy to peel and eat, tangerines delight children and adults alike. These small to medium-sized evergreen fruit trees have been grown for centuries and are highly prized by cultures across the world. Originating from southeastern Asia and the Philippines, they were eventually moved along Asian trade routes through to the Mediterranean and Europe. Between 1840 and 1850, plants were first brought to the United States via New Orleans and later shipped to Florida and California where many commercial...

(Clementine Mandarin, Mandarin)

Easy to peel and eat, tangerines delight children and adults alike. These small to medium-sized evergreen fruit trees have been grown for centuries and are highly prized by cultures across the world. Originating from southeastern Asia and the Philippines, they were eventually moved along Asian trade routes through to the Mediterranean and Europe. Between 1840 and 1850, plants were first brought to the United States via New Orleans and later shipped to Florida and California where many commercial...