Mandarin Season starts in May with fruit present and tasting delicious, in the stores through to late July. Take the time to have a munch of all the different varieties, decide on your favourite. It's important to consider where the fruit has come from and how it's been grown. Remember always, the fruit is a result […]...more
After a series of rigorous testing and selection trials, on fruit taste and type, and plant performance these new native citrus. They enhance the extraordinary collection bringing a broader extension of colour, flavour, shape and performance to the Citrus Gem family....more
Citrus is one of the most popular plants – grown and loved by gardeners all around the world.
As growers and marketers of citrus we have created the Citrus2grow website. A comprehensive site, that offers information about citrus varieties grown and available in Australia.
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- Seek variety information in our discover more about citrus section.
- New Release Citrus are posted as soon as they are available.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Three T’s of Citrus Tree First Aid!
The joy of a new citrus plant arriving into the garden is very exciting, it's been a considered purchase, an investment or it's come as a loving gift and the new responsibility of looking after this Citrus tree can be overwhelming. Like any new arrival, we often don't know what to expect and when things […]... more
Remove low growing vigorous growth
David recently bought a Eureka Seedless Lemon and it's been growing beautifully. You can see he has it situated in a warm & sunny protected possie, perfect! David asks - It is growing very well but I wonder if I should give it a prune in spring ? I have attached a few photos. Should I […]... more
Lop Sided Citrus Splitzer
Julie wrote into us with a worry about her newly acquired Lemon & Lime Splitzer. She was concerned one side was larger than the other.... more