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Grapefruit Citrus Tree in 6L Pot

Grapefruit Citrus Tree in 6L Pot

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Add an exotic Mediterranean feel to your garden and grow your own delicious grapefruits.

These juicy, zingy tasting fruits are packed with vitamin C - what could be better than picking your breakfast grapefruit from your very own plant. Trees are evergreen with glossy green foliage that exudes a pleasant scent, in summer they bear huge white fragrant flowers that will delight as you near the plant. Yellow globe-shaped fruits develop through late summer and autumn. Grow in pots for best results - plants can stay in their nursery pot or move to a similar decorative container and place in a sunny spot outside. Alternatively, grow in a cool greenhouse or conservatory.

To ensure you'll be picking delicious fruit year after year, we advise you to keep your trees in their pots and place them in a sunny, sheltered position. Protect from frost during the winter time either by bringing indoors into a conservatory.


  • Availability: October to May
  • Planting time: April to September
  • Flowering time: May to June
  • Fruiting time: June to August
  • Supplied as a mature plant - approx 1m tall in a 6L pot

Top Tips

  • For best results, bring indoors to cool area for winter.
  • Feed with specialist citrus feed regularly in spring and summer.

Care Information

  • Citrus tend not to thrive in centrally heated homes, so from mid-June to late September, give plants a treat and transfer them outside to make the most of the available sunshine - but remember they are not frost tolerant so will need to be brought under cover if cold nights threaten.
  • In summer, water freely - ideally with rainwater, while in winter you can reduce the amount - allowing the surface to partially dry out before watering again. Always allow excess water to drain away.
  • Overwatering in winter is one of the commonest problems, so try to keep them on the dry side.
  • Only minimal pruning is required to reshape or remove dead or damaged shoots.
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