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How Our Trees Look When Shipped

This image shows how our trees look at the time of shipping. Trees will come packaged in a 4X9(Entry) 5x12(Choice) or a #3(Premium) Gallon Container. We are no longer shipping bareroot.

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Your Family Tree

Check out how other folks are "relating" to their citrus trees on our Your Family Tree page. Share your story with us for a chance to win a tree of your choice!

Arrived in Excellent Shape

“I was very pleased with the Murcott when I opened that box (you guys sure have the packaging thing down!!!), but I must say, the Dancy and Clementine trees were absolutely outstanding both in their foliage and their structure. Like perfect mini-trees!”

Jim Andersen
Honolulu, Hawaii

Mediterranean Lemon

These selections are some of the most popular lemons grown in the Mediterranean region. They are prized by chefs and citrus connoisseurs for their distinctive flavor and character.

villafrancaVillafranca Lemon

Said to have been introduced from Sicily around 1875, this variety combines characteristics of both Lisbon and Eureka. Fruit are virtually indistinguishable from Eureka, but winter harvest season corresponds more nearly to Lisbon. Tree shape is similar to Lisbon, but less upright, not as thorny, and with less dense foliage. 

genoa_lemon_varietyGenoa Lemon (Genova) - Italian Lemon

Introduced into California from Genoa Italy in 1875, this variety has similar characteristics to Eureka. In regions of Chile and Argentina where it is grown commercially it is appreciated for its vigorous growth, cold resistance and lush, dense foliage. 

Limoneiro fino Lemon

This winter bearing Spanish variety is a Lisbon type lemon. It is thorny and vigorous, with fruit produced abundantly throughout the tree.

stfSanta Teresa Feminello Lemon

Feminello selections account for nearly 75% of the Italian lemon crop each year, and the Santa Teresa is considered the best of them all.  It is a highly productive variety with fruit of medium size and high acid content.  A great lemon for making Limoncello.

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