This grafted variety of Citrus trees are well suited to smaller containers and allow you to grow citrus plants indoors. The Citrus trees display glossy, green foliage and a wonderful citrus fragrance. During summer months they may be placed either inside or outside, but not in a windy area. Once your plant flowers, if it is pollinated it will produce fruit.

Plant Type

Specialty plants are usually rare and unusual plants. Because these plants may be hard to find, a bit challenging to grow, or grow out of season, they make a unique addition to your houseplant collection.

Plant Feature

Full Sun
Place these plants in sunny spots where they can have full, direct light, and they will showcase luscious greenery and lovely blooms. Many of them are tolerant of drought and won’t mind if you miss your watering schedule.

Light Care

High Light
High light plants require full sunlight to assume their full potential, which means they need at least 6 hours of direct, bright light a day. The brightest spot in your home is the best place to put them.

Water Care

Medium Water
Plants with medium or moderate water needs should be watered once or twice a week. They need moist soil throughout the growing season for optimum growth and flowering. Water these plants when the soil is dry to touch.

Fertilizer Care

Low Fertilizer
These plants would appreciate a regular application of fertilizers during the growing season. They aren’t heavy feeders, and feeding at low rates is enough for these low-fertilizer plants to grow well. 



Plant Care

This variety of citrus trees are perfect for indoors! To keep your citrus tree thriving, it is best to place your plant in an area where it can recieve at least 6-8 hours of high light. Make sure to keep the soil moist but not soggy. When repotting, we recommend using our All Purpose soil.


Citrus Tress are believed to have originated from tropical regions in asia such as Northern Malasysia, Burma and India.