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Citrus Fruit Trees

Citrus Trees

Citrus trees are a lovely way to add luscious greenery, a pop of colour and delicious scents to your garden. A Sutton Manor Nursery, we offer a wide variety of beautiful citrus trees including lime trees, mandarin, kumquat, limequat and lemon trees in a range of sizes. Each of our trees are hand-picked to ensure the highest quality trees that are suitable for growing in the UK. All our citrus trees come pre-potted ready to be placed in your garden, and many are suitable for both indoors and outdoors. If you’ve always wanted to have fruit growing in your garden, our citrus trees are the perfect choice. Browse our range of citrus fruit trees to find the perfect fit for your garden.

Our Hand-Picked Citrus Trees

We are currently one of the largest stockholders and suppliers of olive, palm, topiary and citrus trees in the UK. Each of our citrus trees are hand-selected from the most renowned European suppliers, to ensure each customer receives the highest quality trees we can find. All our trees are responsibly sourced and Defra approved so high-quality is guaranteed. At Sutton Manor, we are proud to offer our customers high-quality citrus fruit trees at the very best rates available. To ensure we’re offering our customers the very best rates on our palm trees, we consistently check our competitor’s prices to ensure ours are the lowest.

Kumquat, Mandarin, Lime, Lemon Trees and More

With over 3,000 trees in stock on our website, we’re proud to offer a wide range of beautiful citrus trees for great prices. Choose from beautiful mandarin orange trees (Citrus reticulata), citrus lemon trees, rare lime trees native to India and Malaysia and many more. Their beautiful shapes and colour make lovely landscaping pieces and you can also enjoy their delicious fruits too!

Caring for Your Citrus Trees

Individual care instructions for each of our citrus trees including information on watering, pruning, potting and sunlight can all be found on our website. Generally speaking, between the months of April and October, most citrus trees will be fine outside, however, as winter approaches, you can use a fleece cover for extra protection or move plant pots into a sheltered greenhouse or conservatory. Please refer to our care instructions for more information or contact us via phone, email or in person at our nursery with any questions on caring for your citrus tree.

Order Today for FREE Delivery

Give your garden an exotic feel with beautiful fruit trees from Sutton Manor Nursery. Browse the collection and place your order today. Remember, all online orders are eligible for FREE delivery! Prefer to browse our trees in person? Our customers are more than welcome to purchase our trees from us in person from our tree nursery in Kent which is open 7 days a week.

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Citrus Fruit Trees FAQ's

How do you look after citrus trees?

Most citrus trees are hungry plants that require consistent watering so the compost is moist but not wet. Be careful not to over water them and in the winter, allow the soil to dry out between waterings. Citrus trees need more regular watering in the summer, possibly once or twice a week.

Where is the best place to plant citrus trees?

Place your citrus tree in a sunny but sheltered spot and try to keep near a house or wall to provide shelter from the wind. Citrus trees like high humidity, so might need to be moved indoors for the winter months.

Can I grow a lemon tree in the UK?

Yes, lemon trees can be grown in the UK without too much effort required. They’re better kept in a pot than planted into the ground so that they can be moved indoors in the winter.

What is the best time to plant citrus trees?

The best time to plant citrus trees is early spring time (mid-March) because the weather will be cool enough for your tree to become established before the heat of summer.

How do I get my lemon tree to flower?

Cooler temperatures are the best conditions for your lemon tree to flower in. To get your lemon tree to flower, leave potted lemon trees out in the cold for a few hours each day during the winter and early spring. in the winter and early spring. This will encourage the plant to bloom.