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Old 03-13-2011, 07:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Everyone, I am looking to try growing a citrus tree again. Due to my lack of space I am looking for a multi grafted or what some call a Fruit Cocktail Citrus tree. I am having a hard time finding one. I would really like one that has a few different types of oranges so I can have oranges all year long. But im not going to get mad about Lemons. If anyone has a one, or knows of a good place to look. Please let me know, Thank you
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Citrus Growers Forum :: View topic - 81-n-1 Citrus Tree November 20, 2008 update.
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THANKS!!! I just sent them an email..
I dont really want to graft it myself, but I might end up atteming to graft if I cant find anything I like.

81 n 1 is amazing!! That must have takin YEARs
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I was expecting a tree that was 70' tall and wide. LoL
It must be really hard to keep track of what is what. Even with that many I mean they all taste different but I bet some are just hard to tell apart from another.
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Everyone, I am looking to try growing a citrus tree again. Due to my lack of space I am looking for a multi grafted or what some call a Fruit Cocktail Citrus tree. I am having a hard time finding one. I would really like one that has a few different types of oranges so I can have oranges all year long. But im not going to get mad about Lemons. If anyone has a one, or knows of a good place to look. Please let me know, Thank you

Found this through google.

Floyd & Associates Citrus Nursery - Fruit Cocktail Tree

Pricey, but it takes years to get a mature tree like they show so it might be worth it.
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Everyone, I am looking to try growing a citrus tree again. Due to my lack of space I am looking for a multi grafted or what some call a Fruit Cocktail Citrus tree. I am having a hard time finding one. I would really like one that has a few different types of oranges so I can have oranges all year long. But im not going to get mad about Lemons. If anyone has a one, or knows of a good place to look. Please let me know, Thank you

Not sure if you found one yet but try the big orange box store. They have them in Penacola. The box store with the LOWESt prices should have them too! By the way it is unfortunately illegal to graft citrus in Florida without a permit from DPI which can only be issued to state inspected greenhouses.
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The last couple "Fruit Cocktail" trees I got were from K-Mart, many moons ago.
That was before I started putting "weed whacker guards" around the trunks of my stuff.
I'll spare ya the gory details.

For $900 a dang tree better be putting out GOLD instead of fruit!
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