Ruby Red Grapefruit Tree

Ruby Red Grapefruit Tree


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IntroductionGrow Your Very Own Ruby Red Grapefruit!Enjoy healthy fruit picked fresh off your treeSeedless and easy to peel fruitDrought tolerant and easy to grow citrus treeOur grapefruit trees can produce fruit in the first year.Never Bareroot… All plants come rooted into a container with soil.DescriptionWow! The Ruby Red Grapefruit tree is an exciting fruit tree to grow in your backyard. If you don’t have the right climate to grow this tropical tree outdoors, it can be planted in a container and moved into a protected area when temperatures drop too low for it to be outside. It tolerates pruning well and can be maintained at a reasonable size.The Ruby Red Grapefruit tree is surprisingly easy to grow. It is drought tolerant and naturally pest and disease resistant.Ruby red grapefruits are delicious and healthy – and they make a beautiful addition to your home or landscapeKey FeaturesEasy to grow. This citrus tree is very low maintenance in the recommended growing zones. It is drought tolerant and pest and disease resistant.Self-pollinating fruit tree. You only need one tree to grow plenty of grapefruit.Year-round appeal. This tree is evergreen. It boasts shiny green foliage, attractive flowers, and delicious fruit.Pro Tip:Citrus trees can handle heavy pruning with no negative repercussions. So prune away to keep your Ruby Red Grapefruit tree the size you desire. These trees do stay smaller when grown in containers.These fruit trees sell fast! Don’t wait! Order your Ruby Red Grapefruit tree for sale today!How To CarePlant the Ruby Red Grapefruit tree in full sun and well-drained soil. For about 2 months after planting, water your grapefruit tree deeply 2 times per week. Once this citrus tree is established, water deeply when the soil dries out. Citrus trees are drought tolerant and much prefer dry soil over wet soil. However, the Ruby Red Grapefruit tree, just like other citrus plants, love humidity so water over the leaves in dry climates for the best results.Feed this citrus tree with a balanced slow-release fertilizer in early spring and late summer. Citrus plants in pots lose nutrients much faster than citrus plants in the ground. Therefore they should be fed more often. We recommend feeding potted citrus 3 to 4 times per year with our specially formulated fertilizer.Fertilize citrus in containers at the end of winter, early summer, and again in fall for the ideal growth and performance. Use our organic planting mix when planting this citrus plant in a container.The Ruby Red Grapefruit tree can tolerate heavy pruning if you want to keep it small.The Ruby Red Grapefruit tree can grow in the ground outdoors in zones 8b to 11. Otherwise, it must be grown as a patio plant or indoors. It will not tolerate freezing temperatures. Move your grapefruit tree inside when temperatures drop below 40 degrees.

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