Citrus and Other Fruit Trees For Sale
Did you get the fruit tree you wanted for Christmas? If not, you can get it now for yourself.
You can plant these trees any time of the year since they are not bare rooted, but I recommend you not plant your citrus trees in November, December, January, or February.
Because of the 2021 freeze, citrus trees have been in short supply. Continure to check this website for updates. Trees are for sale any time I am home. Contact me before coming.
Sorry, no Mail Orders or shipping of trees except (see note at bottom of webpage). Read the Texas Citrus Laws
Pay by cash, check, Zelle, or Venmo. Not set up for credit cards.
Due to the February 2021 freeze I don't have any fruit to sell.
This web page is updated weekly so check it from time to time for additional listings of new trees, for price changes, and for availability. Also, be sure to visit and like my Facebook page.
***Click on any link below to see photos of fruit. ***
Prices do not include sales tax 8.25%.
MANDARINS (TANGERINES and TANGELOS):
Seedless Kishu 3 gal $45 sold out
Page 4 gal $42
Seedless easy peel Pixie 3 gal $45
Clementine 4 gal $42, sold out
Shiranui (Dekopon) (不知火) 3 gal $49
Minneola Tangelo 3 gal $42
SATSUMAS (They are almost seedless):
Brown Select 3 gal $42
Owari 3 gal $42
Frost Owari 3 gal $42 sold out
Miho 4 gal $42
Artic Frost 4 gal $45 ,there are claims this tree can survive 10°F, sold out, more in Feb.
Orange Frost 4 gal $45, there are claims this tree can survive 15°F, sold out more in Feb.
Moro Blood 3 gal $45, sold out
Taracco Blood 3 gal $45
Cara Cara Red Navel 3 gal $45 sold out more in Feb.
Rhode Red Valencia 3 gal $42
N-33 Navel orange 3 gal $42
Calamondin 3 gal $42, sold out
Washington Navel 3 gal $42, sold out, more in Feb.
Republic of Texas 3 gal $42 with flowers
Vaniglia Sanguigno Blood Orange 3 gal $45, sold out
Chandler red fruited pummelo 3 gal $42
Sarawak white fruited 3 gal $42, sold out
Valentine 3 gal $42, sold out
KUMQUATS AND KUMQUAT HYBRIDS: ALL SOLD OUT
Changshou (on Trifoliata rootstock) 3 gal $45, sold out
Meiwa 3 gal $42 Sold out
LEMONS AND CITRONS:
Seedless Lisbon 3 gal $42, and 7 gal $69
Ujukitsu sweet lemon 3 gal $45
Improved Meyer lemon 3 gal $42
New Zealand Lemonade 3 gal $45 with small fruit
Buddha Hand citron 3 gal $45, sold out
Varigated Pink Eureka Lemon stripped, and pink inside 3 gal $42 sold out
Frost Eureka Lemon 3 gal $42
Yuzu Lemon hybrid 3 gal $49
Limited: LARGE CITRUS & AVOCADO TREES; ALL ARE 7 GAL, CITRUS $69 each, AVOCADOS $79 each. All 5 to 6+ feet tall.
Ready to place on your patio or around your swimming pool.
Mexicola Grande Avocado
Tennosui Pear 3 gal $32
Acres Home pear, 3 gal $32
PURPLE PASSION VINES- they are ready to plant! All sold out
GROW FOR THE FLOWERS, FRUIT, AND THE GULF FRITILLARY BUTTERFLY
Purple Passion vines (Passiflora Edulis Frederick) 2 gal $10, pretty flowers and delicious fruit sold out
Giant Passion vine 2 gal $12 very vigrous vine, can be used as a privacy fence, very large delicious fruit the size of a small grapefruit. White flowers with purple throats., sold out
Scarlet Beauty 3 gal $29 nice big trees
OTHER TROPICAL FRUIT TREES & PLANTS:
BA-1 Fig green fig with red flesh (FIGS) 1.5 gal $17; sold out
Violette De Bordeaux Fig 3 gal $29, sold out
Rare Eugenia Selloi Pitangutuba 2 gal $25 (This is the good tasting yellow fruited bush.) sold out
Lemon Guava (Pasidium Littorale) 2 gal $17 The skin is edible and the juice sacs are sweet.
Arabica Coffee plant 2 gal $19 The red berries are edible; make coffee from the bean.
Black Jabotacaba 3 year old seedling 3 gal $25 about 2 feet tall
Red Jabotacaba 2 year old seedling 2 gal $25
Ice Cream (Blue Java) Banana 3 gal $29 sold out
Dwarf Cavendish Banana 3 gal $29, sold out
Dwarf Mulberry 3 gal $29 Sold out
Prime-Ark Freedom thornless blackberry 3 gal $25
Solo Papaya 2 gal $10, sold out
Red throated Bromeliads $7.00
Red Fan Bromeliads $10.00
PECAN CRACKING SERVICE:
I can crack and partially clean your pecans for 50 cents per pound (weight before cracking). Partially cleaning your pecans saves a lot of work and time plus you come out with a lot of halves. This cracker is one of a very few that can crack very large Podsednik pecans and produce whole halves. It does not crack the small native pecans. Contact me to set up a date.
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