TreeSource Citrus Liner Availability

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Citrus Liners

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Bream Tarocco C-35 148
Buddha Hand The oddest selection in citrus. We call it the “Citrus Flower” since it often looks like a flower and has a wonderful aroma. Some enthusiasts candy the rind, but it is more a novelty than anything else. Volk 100
Limonero Fino Volk 2
Moro Blood The intense pigmentation of the flesh sets this variety aoart from other citrus types. Nearly seedless, fruit harvests December-March. Carrizo 393
Moro Blood The intense pigmentation of the flesh sets this variety aoart from other citrus types. Nearly seedless, fruit harvests December-March. Volk 23
Vari Calamondin Round, inedible fruit. Pretty tree that makes a nice patio plant. C-35 62

Citrus Liners - Kumquat:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Nagami Often referred to as an ‘oval’ kumquat. Fruit is edible, just pop the whole thing in your mouth. A prolific producer of fruit, it makes a nice patio plant. Rich 16-6 212

Citrus Liners - Lemon:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
8A Lisbon Vigorous growing tree, more frost tolerant than the Eureka lemon with more thorns. Lots of fruit! Harvested year round, but mainly in the winter. Volk 418
Genoa Carrizo 2
New Ze Lemonaid C-35 162

Citrus Liners - Lime:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Austr Fingered Flying Dragon 1

Citrus Liners - Mandarin:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Frost Owari A seedless mandarin known for its frost hardiness. Fruit produces November-January and is easy to peel. Rich 16-6 33
Miho Wase Rich 16-6 2
Shasta Gold-TM This variety has a $2.00 Royalty per tree. C-35 17
W. Murcott Easy peel, rich flavored, late mandarin. Harvest February-May. Seedless when isolated from other seeded citrus. Rich 16-6 18

Citrus Liners - Navel:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Barnfield C-35 219
Barnfield Rich 16-6 2

Citrus Liners - Pummelo:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Tahitian C-35 11

Citrus Liners - Tangelo:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Minneola Tangelo Also called the Honeybell, this nearly seedless variety attains its best flavor in hot climates. Best harvested February-April. Rich 16-6 359

Citrus Liners - Valencia:

Product Description Rootstock Qty
Cutter Valencia Carrizo 11
Midnight Rich 16-6 17

Tree Source Citrus Nursery

Product VarietyGroup Variety Description Rootstock Qty
Citrus Liners Bream Tarocco C-35 148
Citrus Liners Buddha Hand The oddest selection in citrus. We call it the “Citrus Flower” since it often looks like a flower and has a wonderful aroma. Some enthusiasts candy the rind, but it is more a novelty than anything else. Volk 100
Citrus Liners Limonero Fino Volk 2
Citrus Liners Moro Blood The intense pigmentation of the flesh sets this variety aoart from other citrus types. Nearly seedless, fruit harvests December-March. Carrizo 393
Citrus Liners Moro Blood The intense pigmentation of the flesh sets this variety aoart from other citrus types. Nearly seedless, fruit harvests December-March. Volk 23
Citrus Liners Vari Calamondin Round, inedible fruit. Pretty tree that makes a nice patio plant. C-35 62
Citrus Liners Kumquat Nagami Often referred to as an ‘oval’ kumquat. Fruit is edible, just pop the whole thing in your mouth. A prolific producer of fruit, it makes a nice patio plant. Rich 16-6 212
Citrus Liners Lemon 8A Lisbon Vigorous growing tree, more frost tolerant than the Eureka lemon with more thorns. Lots of fruit! Harvested year round, but mainly in the winter. Volk 418
Citrus Liners Lemon Genoa Carrizo 2
Citrus Liners Lemon New Ze Lemonaid C-35 162
Citrus Liners Lime Austr Fingered Flying Dragon 1
Citrus Liners Mandarin Frost Owari A seedless mandarin known for its frost hardiness. Fruit produces November-January and is easy to peel. Rich 16-6 33
Citrus Liners Mandarin Miho Wase Rich 16-6 2
Citrus Liners Mandarin Shasta Gold-TM This variety has a $2.00 Royalty per tree. C-35 17
Citrus Liners Mandarin W. Murcott Easy peel, rich flavored, late mandarin. Harvest February-May. Seedless when isolated from other seeded citrus. Rich 16-6 18
Citrus Liners Navel Barnfield C-35 219
Citrus Liners Navel Barnfield Rich 16-6 2
Citrus Liners Pummelo Tahitian C-35 11
Citrus Liners Tangelo Minneola Tangelo Also called the Honeybell, this nearly seedless variety attains its best flavor in hot climates. Best harvested February-April. Rich 16-6 359
Citrus Liners Valencia Cutter Valencia Carrizo 11
Citrus Liners Valencia Midnight Rich 16-6 17