A member of the sour organ group, Seville has highly perfumed flowers and is very bitter-tasting. Ripening in autumn it’s an excellent variety for marmalades and preserves.
Plant in fertile, well-drained soil in a sunny position protected from the wind.
An attractive, evergreen tree with dark green glossy foliage and fragrant white blossoms. The oranges have pink to red flesh and are deliciously sweet with few pips.
Plant in a sunny position sheltered from the wind in a free draining soil and use mulch to retain moisture.
An average sized and very juicy fruit with a rich favour. Ideal for containers and home gardens. Plant in the sun and apply a citrus fertiliser annually.