Ujukitsu

Moro Blood Orange

Changshou Kumquat

Passion Fruit

Tropic Snow Peaches

Fairchild

Eve Pomegranate

Page Mandarin

Cocktail Grapefruit

 

 

Citrus and Other Fruit Trees For Sale

You can plant these trees any time of the

year since they are not bare rooted.

 

 

Some trees for sale have fruit on them; other trees for sale are rare and are difficult to find. Trees are for sale any time I am home. Contact me before coming.

Sorry, no Mail Orders. Read the Texas Citrus Laws (see below about trees for Austin, and Dallas area*).  

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.  Some of the citrus can be special ordered in larger sizes.  Contact me with your request.


***Click on any link below to see photos of fruit. *** 
Prices do not include sales tax.

MANDARINS (TANGERINES):
Seedless Kishu 3 gal $49 with flowers
Page full of flowers 4 gal $39
Seedless Pixie 3 gal $45
Kinnow mandarin 3 gal  $42
Wekiwa Tangelo 3 gal $42 with flowers
Ponkan mandarin sold out
Dancy Tangerine sold out
Minneola (Honey Belle) tangelo 3 gal $42
Sunburst mandarin 3 gal $42
Shiranui available winter 2019

SATSUMAS (They are almost seedless):
Brown Select 3 gal $39
Frost Owari 3 gal $39

Miho 3 gal $39

ORANGES:
Moro Blood 3 gal $42
Moro Blood 15 gal, $200 - large 7 year old tree 6' tall, and 6' wide this tree produced the moro blood orange fruit in link  
Taracco Blood 3 gal $42
Sanguinelli Blood sold out
Vaniglia Sanguigno Blood sold out
Red Navel 4 gal $39
Cara Cara Red Navel 3 gal $42
Rhode Red Valencia 3 gal $42
Valencia 3 gal $39
Washington Navel 4 gal $39
Republic of Texas 3 gal $42 with flowers
*Sour Orange rootstock 2 gal $7
Calamondin with fruit 4 gal $39 one left

LIMES:
Persian 3 gal $42

Palestinian Sweet Lime 3 gal $42
Thornless Key lime with flowers 3 gal $39
Mexican Lime (has thorns) 3 gal $42
Rare Australian Finger Lime available fall 2019
Kaffir lime with flowers 3 gal $39

GRAPEFRUITS:
Cocktail 3 gal $42 with flowers
Rio Red 3 gal $39 with flowers
Bloomsweet  sold out

PUMMELOS:
Chandler red fruited pummelo 3 gal $39
Red Valentine (pummelo x blood orange) 3 gal $42

KUMQUATS AND KUMQUAT HYBRIDS:
Changshou 3 gal $42
*Thomasville citrangequat seedling good for kumquat rootstock 2 gal $7
* Marumi kumquat sold out more this summer
Meiwa sweet kumquat sold out

LEMONS AND CITRONS:
Seedless Lisbon 3 gal $39
Ujukitsu sweet lemon sold out
Improved Meyer lemon 3 gal $39 with flowers
New Zealand Lemonade 3 gal $42
Buddha Hand citron 3 gal $49
Varigated Pink Eureka Lemon with flowers 4 gal $39


*This citrus tree will not be available after 2020 due to the Texas Dept. of Agriculture propagation laws.

LOQUAT:
Genoa Loquat sold out
Grafted Genoa sold out

PERSIMMONS:
Fuyu non-astringent 3 gal  $39
Saijo astrigent 3 gal $39
Hachiya astrigent 3 gal $39

PEACHES:
Midpride yellow peach with flowers 3 gal $29
Tropic Snow white peach with baby peaches 3 gal $29

MEXICAN AVOCADO
Joey 3 gal $49 with flowers

Brazos Belle sold out

PEARS:
Tennosui Pear 3 gal $29
Acres Home pear, nice big tree almost 6 feet tall, 1 inch dia trunk 3 gal $32

POMEGRANATES:
Sharp Velvet (sometimes called Purple Heart) (excellent flavor and deep red aerials) 3 gal $29

PURPLE PASSION VINES:
Purple Passion vines (passiflora edulis) sold out

OTHER TROPICAL FRUIT TREES & PLANTS:
BA-1 Fig green fig with red flesh (FIGS) sold out
Eugenia Uniflora (Surinam Cherry) 3 gal $9
Rare Eugenia Selloi Pitangatuba sold out
Rare Black Jaboticaba sold out
Rare Red Jaboticaba sold out Red Jaboticaba fruit earlier.
Lemon Guava (Pasidium Littorale) 1& 2 gal $8  The skin is edible and the juice sacs are sweet.
Lemon Guava 3 gal $12
Arabica Coffee plant 3 gal $25  The red berries are good to eat, and make coffee from the bean.
Papaya 4 gal 7' tall $25
Pakistan Mulberry 3 gal $29
Scarlet Beauty Plum 3 gal $32 

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.

 

*A couple times a year I travel to Austin, Plano, and New Caney, Texas and can bring a tree there and meet you.  Contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for dates on this option.  But if at all possible, come to my house so that you can pick out your tree and get the exact one you want.
 
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