Check the Fruitsaladtree company then, because they do offer two types of oranges, one winter one summer, as well as lemon, lime, tangelo, pomelo and mandarin (I think that's all the citrus). I do wish they had blood orange though, they're so yummy.pineapplehound wrote:Page is a cross between the Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin. For multigrafts to give a good result the varieties should grow with similar vigour. Looks like that was one of the reasons for combining Page and tangelo (probably Minneola).
I wish someone would put out a combination of early, mid, and late season varities of the same basic kind of fruit on the one tree for an extended harvest period. For instance, a multigraft that combines Washington Navel, Lanes Late Navel, and a Blood orange all on the one tree.
littlegarden wrote:I might try "notching" above the tissue - do you think there's a chance it would re-shoot from the lime?
I was interested in getting a blood orange(or normal orange)/tahithian lime grafted fruit tree to grow in a large pot in sydney. Does anybody know where i could get one//have any advice on if it would work or not? Any feed back would be appreciated, thanks!
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