Grapefruit Trees

The grapefruit (Citrus × paradisi) is a subtropical citrus tree known for its relatively large sour to semisweet, somewhat bitter fruit. Grapefruit is a citrus hybrid originating in Barbados as an accidental cross between the sweet orange (C. sinensis) and pomelo (or shaddock; C. maxima), both of which were introduced from Asia in the 17th century. When found, it was nicknamed the "forbidden fruit".[1] Frequently, it is misidentified as the very similar parent species, pomelo.

The "grape" part of the name alludes to clusters of fruit on the tree that often appear similar to grape clusters. The interior flesh is segmented and varies in color from white to yellow to pink to red.

Id Name Size Description
4475 Grapefruit, Bloomsweet Hybrid 3 Gallon White fleshed fruit with yellow skin. Easy to peel. Very cold hardy.
4476 Grapefruit, Cocktail 3 Gallon Cross between a mandarin and pummelo. Very sweet and juicy without the bitterness. Small to medium sized citrus fruit. This hybrid has a dark, yellow, thin rind with a deep yellow flesh. Great for juicing or eating, and garnishing drinks.
4477 Grapefruit, Duncan 3 Gallon White fleshed, old fashioned grapefruit with true grapefruit flavor. Somewhat seedy, very cold hardy.
4478 Grapefruit, Oro Blanco 3 Gallon Thick, easy to peel rind, white flesh, juicy; the flesh is sweet to tart in flavor.
4479 Grapefruit, Rio Red 3 Gallon Fruit is large with a smooth, thin skin. Yellow skin with red flesh, very juicy.