Multiple Grafted Citrus Trees: Growing A Mixed Graft Fruit Tree

By September 4, 2017Articles

Multiple Grafted Citrus Trees: Growing A Mixed Graft Fruit Tree

By Liz Baessler Fruit trees are great things to have in the landscape. There’s nothing quite like picking and eating fruit from your very own tree. But it can be hard to choose just one. And not everyone has the space for several trees, or the time to care for them. Thanks to grafting, you can have as many fruits as you want, all on the same tree. Keep reading to learn more about growing a mixed graft citrus tree. What is a Mixed Graft Citrus Tree? Citrus trees with more than one fruit growing on them, often called fruit salad citrus trees, are a great choice for gardeners with big ambitions but little space. Most commercial fruit trees are actually the product of grafting or budding – while the rootstock comes from one variety of tree, the branches and fruit come from another. This allows gardeners with a range

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