Citrus and Fruit Trees

Some citrus trees, mainly lemons and limes, can flower all year long. The majority of the flowering occurs in late February through March and sometimes April. The flowering gives off a fresh smell that fills the nearby air. Citrus trees generally hold their fruit for a three to four month time period, sometimes longer.

Orange Trees

  • Arizona Sweet
  • Trovita
  • Valencia
  • Washington Navel
  • Blood Oranges (Moro, Tarocco)

Lemon Trees

  • Eureka
  • Lisbon
  • Meyer or Improved Meyer
  • Pink Lemon

Grapefruit Trees

  • Marsh Seedless
  • Ruby Red
  • Rio Red
  • Oro Blanco

Tangelo Trees

  • Minneola
  • Orlando

Nectarine Trees

  • Gold Mine
  • Snow Queen

Plum Trees

  • Santa Rosa

Kumquat Trees

  • Kumquats
  • Limequats

Peach Trees

  • Desert Gold
  • Florida Prince
  • May Pride

Lime Trees

  • Key Lime (Mexican Lime)
  • Bearss Lime (Persian Lime)

Tangerine Trees

  • Dancy
  • Clementine (Algerian)
  • Fairchild
  • Kinnow
  • Fremont
  • Satsumas

Apricot Trees

  • Gold Kist
  • Katy
  • Royal (Blenheim)

Apple Trees

  • Anna
  • Dorsett (Golden)