Citrus its a Dad Thing Little Girl With Oranges

If citrus doesn't seem like a natural fit for Dad, we don't know what is. It can literally feed right into his lifestyle and his culinary interests. Our selection is vast but may vary by location

- check out these Citrus Varieties

For information on how to Care For Citrus

Citrus Tree in a Corona Extra Bucket

Mexican Lime or...

Meyer Improved Lemon

in Corona Extra Bucket

  • Tomorrow's Harvest by Burchell Nursery
  • 8-inch
  • Mexican Lime - Classic aromatic, green fruit grows well in containers. Excellent speciment plant. Fragrant spring blooms.
  • Meyer Improved Lemon - hardy, ornamental fruit tree is a prolific regular bearer. Tangy, juicy, medium-sized lemons.
  • Regular Price: $34.99

Don't Forget The Essentials

E.B. Stone Citrus Planting Mix and Tree Food

Citrus & Palm Planting Mix

E.B. Stone Organics Citrus & Palm Planting Mix has the perfect mix for all citrus, palms and other tropical plants. Their Planting Mix is blended to provide excellent aeration and water retention to help your citrus and other tropical plants thrive. Contains: Aged Fir Bark, Lava Rock, Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss. Be sure to feed your citrus trees with Citrus & Fruit Tree Food.

Citrus & Fruit Tree Food

E.B. Stone Organics Citrus & Fruit Tree Food is a blend of select natural organic ingredients for use with citrus and other home orchard fruit trees and with small fruits like berries and those grown on vines. It is formulated to encourage new growth, lush green foliage and to support bountiful crops. Contains: Blood Meal, Dried Chicken Manure, Bat Guano, Alfalfa Meal, Kelp Meal, Potassium Sulfate, Humic Acid, and soil microbes including mychorrhizal fungi It may also be used to feed shade trees, flowering trees and ornamental vines. Don't forget to check your pH and lower as needed with our Soil Sulfur for healthy citrus.

Bonide Captain Jacks Deadbug Brew

Captain Jack's Deadbug Brew

  • Bonide
  • For Organic Gardening
  • Kills bagworms, borers, beetles, caterpillars, codling moth, gypsy moth, loopers, leaf miners, spider mites, tent caterpillars, thrips and more.
  • Use on pome fruits, berries, citrus trees, cole crops, vegetables, grapes, herbs, stone fruits, fruit trees, nut trees and ornamental plants