- Dwarf Chinotto Sour Dwarf
Also known as myrtle-leaf orange tree because of its resemblance to a myrtle tree. A small tree that is often grown as an ornamental. Chinotto Sour Orange is tart, acidic but juicy and delicious. Though you can eat them right off the tree, they are commonly used for cooking. The tart fruit tastes like a combination of an orange and a lemon.
- Dwarf Washington Navel
One of the most popular orange trees in the world. The Washington navel ripens in late fall into early winter, but these oranges will hold on to the tree for up to 3 months after maturing which doesn’t seem to affect their quality. The oranges this tree produces have a pockmark rind that peels easily and is usually absent of seeds.
- Dwarf Trovita
Trovita oranges thrive in high heat desert environments. Juicer then Washington navels and ripens winter into spring. They produce an abundance of sweet citrus fruit. Can have 5-6 seeds per orange.
We have one large tangerine tree left that produces an abundance of small, delightfully sweet fruits. Peels are thin and smooth, slightly leathery, with a textured surface.