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5 Common Types of Citrus Trees You Need to Grow

Types of Citrus Trees to Grow

Do you want to know the different types of citrus trees you can grow in your home? Keep on reading this post and you'll understand the trees you need.

Need a little environmental pick me up? Tired of looking out your window into an empty and boring yard? If so, then you need to plant a citrus tree!

But before you head out the door to make a purchase, you need to know the types of citrus trees best for growing at home. Citrus trees offer beauty, pleasant aromas, and healthy snacks. Continue reading to get in the know!

1. Blood Orange

When discussing types of citrus trees, we have to start off with an orange!

The blood orange tree produces unique oranges that have a deep red tint to them on the inside. This tree is considered a small or medium tree. They normally don't grow more than 25ft. 

And it grows with a visually pleasing rounded top after blooming in the spring. The tree itself cast off beautiful aromas. These aromas attract birds and butterflies. 

Once the oranges do bloom, the branches on the tree tend to lean closer to the ground. This makes for optimal orange picking!

2. Improved Meyer Lemon

This new version of the Meyer lemon tree is virus free. The original Meyer lemons were prone to carrying citrus viruses. But the improved Meyer lemon is back and better!

This citrus tree is a hybrid. It's a mix between citrus and meyeri. This version of lemon is less acidic and a bit sweeter. 

Its skin is a deep yellow color. And because it's so thin, it's edible! It has a strong floral scent that'll freshen up any back or front yard. 

It reaches about 10ft and can be grown inside as well!

3. Mexican Lime

Also known as the key lime or bartender's lime, the Mexican lime tree is full of foliage. And they resemble shrubs. The blossoms on the tree are a pretty shade of white and very fragrant. 

Take its leaves and crush them to bask in the fine aromas. These limes are ready to eat during autumn or winter. And with the limes' attractive green skin, this tree is sure to bring vibrancy to any home. 

4. Oroblanco Grapefruit

Another hybrid takes the stage! The oroblanco grapefruit is a cross between a diploid acidless pomelo and a tetraploid grapefruit. This combination creates a seedless and less bitter grapefruit. 

The skin is thicker than a normal grapefruit and is a pale yellow color. This citrus is high in Vitamin C, fiber, and potassium. And they're ready to be picked in the spring!

5. Fremont Tangerine 

A mix between a clementine and a Ponkan mandarin, the Fremont tangerine is the perfect balance between sweet and tangy. These trees are quite thin and grow straight up.

They're incredibly easy to peel. And are great for juicing! How would you like a fresh cup of juice every morning?

And once the tangerines grow ripe, they'll last on the tree for another 3 months!

Types Of Citrus Trees

So when debating on what kind of tree to plant at your home, remember these types of citrus trees! No matter which one you choose, you're sure to have a visibly pleasing and aroma filled tree. 

Need to know which citrus trees are best for growing indoors during the winter? Check out the post in our blog to find out more!

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