The Cocktail citrus tree is an evergreen tree that upon producing fragrant blooms, will yield luscious, plump fruits in just a year. This 2-in-1 fruit tree is also ever-blooming. Once your first crop has occurred you will always have flowers and fruit on the tree all the time.
A lot of us would like to grow different citrus trees on our patio, in our backyard, or even inside our houses. But due to limited space, having more than one citrus tree at home is often impractical. Thanks to grafting techniques that makes growing trees faster and the horticulturists, botanists and researchers who work tirelessly to make growing citrus trees easier for home growers, we can now grow different fruit varieties of the same family on a single tree.
If you are thinking about getting lemon or lime trees, look for a Citrus Cocktail lime tree for sale – the perfect combination of a Meyer Lemon tree and a Key Lime tree. The Citrus Cocktail Tree came about by grafting scions of Key Lime and Meyer lemon trees to a rootstock that has superb root structure, is cold hardy, and is pest and disease resistant. By growing a citrus Cocktail Tree you will have the advantage of an increased chance of pollination, multiple harvests from a single tree, and at the same time both limes or lemons for the recipe you are making.
The Cocktail citrus tree is an evergreen tree that upon producing fragrant blooms, will yield luscious, plump fruits in just a year. This 2-in-1 fruit tree is also ever-blooming. Once you have your first crop you will always have flowers and fruits on the tree all the time. Furthermore, since this dwarf lime tree is bushy and seldom reaches above 12 ft in height, you can prune it to your desired shape and height and plant it in a pot indoors or in the ground outdoors in USDA plant hardiness zones 9 to 11.