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Bergamot orange on Flying Dragon

Important notice! Most citrus plants on the market are produced for planting in orchards in the Mediterranean countries. They have a large overall height, have high graft and are difficult to shape and support at home. Rootstocks on which they are grafted are very fast growing, which is fine for the open ground in the subtropics, but is not desirable when growing in pot in the temperate climate.

All our small citrus plants are produced specifically for the Bulgarian market and are ideally suited for home cultivation. The rootstocks cause compact growth, grafts are low and this allows making an excellent shape of the crown, to be suitable for growing in pots. The used rootstocks are trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon') and Volkamer lemon, Citrus volkameriana. Trifoliate orange is frost-hardy to -25°C, and significantly increases the cold resistance of plants grafted on it.

 

Citrus bergamia, Bergamot orange on Flying Dragon

from Botanical Garden - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

 

Bergamot orange is one of the most famous Citrus species, due to the expensive Bergamot oil, which is produced from its fruits. They are also used in medicine, in many recipes (even in the production of Turkish delight in southern Turkey), and in some countries a Bergamot juice drink is quite popular.

All parts of the plant (flowers, leaves, twigs) have strong and distinctive exotic aroma, which is very valuable in perfumery.

Like all citrus, Bergamot orange should be protected from spider mites and scale insects.

It should be overwintered at temperatures below +10 degrees Celsius! At higher temperatures, the leaves will usually fall off. During the summer the plants should be outside, fertilized and watered regularily.

 

Much more information about Bergamot and all other Citrus varieties is available in Bulgarian in our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=4

Price: €26.01

Availability: 5 pcs

Bergamot orange

Important notice! Most citrus plants on the market are produced for planting in orchards in the Mediterranean countries. They have a large overall height, have high graft and are difficult to shape and support at home. Rootstocks on which they are grafted are very fast growing, which is fine for the open ground in the subtropics, but is not desirable when growing in pot in the temperate climate.

All our small citrus plants are produced specifically for the Bulgarian market and are ideally suited for home cultivation. The rootstocks cause compact growth, grafts are low and this allows making an excellent shape of the crown, to be suitable for growing in pots. The used rootstocks are trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon') and Volkamer lemon, Citrus volkameriana. Trifoliate orange is frost-hardy to -25°C, and significantly increases the cold resistance of plants grafted on it.

 

Citrus bergamia, Bergamot orange

from Botanical Garden - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

 

Bergamot orange is one of the most famous Citrus species, due to the expensive Bergamot oil, which is produced from its fruits. They are also used in medicine, in many recipes (even in the production of Turkish delight in southern Turkey), and in some countries a Bergamot juice drink is quite popular.

All parts of the plant (flowers, leaves, twigs) have strong and distinctive exotic aroma, which is very valuable in perfumery.

Like all citrus, Bergamot orange should be protected from spider mites and scale insects.

It should be overwintered at temperatures below +10 degrees Celsius! At higher temperatures, the leaves will usually fall off. During the summer the plants should be outside, fertilized and watered regularily.

 

Much more information about Bergamot and all other Citrus varieties is available in Bulgarian in our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=4

Price: €89.41

Availability: 18 pcs

Chinoto

Citrus myrtifolia, Chinoto

 

 

This is an interesting citrus of high ornamental value. It bears fruits that resemble mandarins. On the background of the tiny leaves, they stand out and the plant looks like covered by fruits. Regardless of their acidic taste, the fruits are used in many ways, especially in southern Italy, where they are used as a spice in a variety of local drinks, for example Campari.

Price: €64.91

Availability: 36 pcs

Calamondin, the perfect ornamental citrus

Important notice! Most citrus plants on the market are produced for planting in orchards in the Mediterranean countries. They have a large overall height, have high graft and are difficult to shape and support at home. Rootstocks on which they are grafted are very fast growing, which is fine for the open ground in the subtropics, but is not desirable when growing in pot in the temperate climate.

All our small citrus plants are produced specifically for the Bulgarian market and are ideally suited for home cultivation. The rootstocks cause compact growth, grafts are low and this allows making an excellent shape of the crown, to be suitable for growing in pots. The used rootstocks are trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon') and Volkamer lemon, Citrus volkameriana. Trifoliate orange is frost-hardy to -25°C, and significantly increases the cold resistance of plants grafted on it.

Citrofortunella mitis, Calamondin, the perfect ornamental citrus from Botanical Garden - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

If you want a mandarin plant, which blooms all year round and freshens the air with a pleasant fragrance, to set fruits throughout the year, and is laden with ripe fruit throughout the year, the Calamondin should be your choice. This is probably the best ornamental citrus. Fruits are sour but as they stay on the tree all year round, usually they are left for decoration.

As with all other Citrus plants, the Calamondin is susceptible to scales and spider mites and needs to be sprayed twice a year.

In winter it will need a cool place with temperatures 0-10 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is higher, the leaves usually fall off. In summer it needs to be outside and abundantly watered.

Much more information about all citrus species is available on our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=4

Price: €325.13

Availability: 5 pcs

Calamondin, the perfect ornamental citrus

Important notice! Most citrus plants on the market are produced for planting in orchards in the Mediterranean countries. They have a large overall height, have high graft and are difficult to shape and support at home. Rootstocks on which they are grafted are very fast growing, which is fine for the open ground in the subtropics, but is not desirable when growing in pot in the temperate climate.

All our small citrus plants are produced specifically for the Bulgarian market and are ideally suited for home cultivation. The rootstocks cause compact growth, grafts are low and this allows making an excellent shape of the crown, to be suitable for growing in pots. The used rootstocks are trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata 'Flying Dragon') and Volkamer lemon, Citrus volkameriana. Trifoliate orange is frost-hardy to -25°C, and significantly increases the cold resistance of plants grafted on it.

Citrofortunella mitis, Calamondin, the perfect ornamental citrus from Botanical Garden - Plovdiv, Bulgaria

If you want a mandarin plant, which blooms all year round and freshens the air with a pleasant fragrance, to set fruits throughout the year, and is laden with ripe fruit throughout the year, the Calamondin should be your choice. This is probably the best ornamental citrus. Fruits are sour but as they stay on the tree all year round, usually they are left for decoration.

As with all other Citrus plants, the Calamondin is susceptible to scales and spider mites and needs to be sprayed twice a year.

In winter it will need a cool place with temperatures 0-10 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is higher, the leaves usually fall off. In summer it needs to be outside and abundantly watered.

Much more information about all citrus species is available on our forum:

http://forum.palmi.bg/viewforum.php?f=4

Price: €64.61

Availability: 2 pcs

300 g fertilizer for treatment of chlorosis

Fertilizer concentrate for chlorosis treatment

 

Special blend, prevents the appearance of yellow new leaves, treats  long-lasting chlorosis, supports quality growth

Ingredients: Iron salts, magnesium salts, acidifying ions, additional minerals.

Application: Dissolve 1 tablespoon in 1 gallon of tap water and water the plants abundantly every 2  to 4 weeks. In case of severely damaged plants, apply the fertilizer every 2 weeks until green and  quality new growth is developped! Could be applied all year round to potted plants. Use with caution to avoid rust spots on any surrounding surfaces! Please note, that this fertilizer will affect mostly the new growth, not the old leaves that are already damaged. Do not overdose!

Storage: In a tightly closed package, in a dry and dark place. Durability: 2 years.

Net: 10.5 oz (300 gr)

Own recipe of the nursery Palm Center-Plovdiv Ltd., Bulgaria, www.palmi.bg

Price: €4.36

Availability: 10 pcs

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Price: €5.83

Availability: 191 pcs

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Chinoto

Citrus myrtifolia, Chinoto

 

 

This is an interesting citrus of high ornamental value. It bears fruits that resemble mandarins. On the background of the tiny leaves, they stand out and the plant looks like covered by fruits. Regardless of their acidic taste, the fruits are used in many ways, especially in southern Italy, where they are used as a spice in a variety of local drinks, for example Campari.

Price: €19.88

Availability: 13 pcs

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