TreeSource Citrus Liner Availability

Liner inventory is updated daily!


For more information on each variety, simply hover over the name and the descriptions and photos will appear. For pricing information, click here. If you would like to place an order, call the office at 1-800-992-2304 or fill out the Contact Us form.

Citrus Liner – Limes

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
Mexican LimeAlso known as Key Lime, it is small fruited lime. Tree is frost sensitive and fruit will turn yellow in cooler climatesRich 16-646

Citrus Liner – Grapefruit

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
FlameA popular red-fleshed fruit. Fruit stores on the tree well and has best flavor in spring and summer. Makes a nice ornamental tree. Carrizo17
FlameA popular red-fleshed fruit. Fruit stores on the tree well and has best flavor in spring and summer. Makes a nice ornamental tree.Flying Dragon1
FlameA popular red-fleshed fruit. Fruit stores on the tree well and has best flavor in spring and summer. Makes a nice ornamental tree.R-16-691
Oro BlancoA product of the UC Breeding Program, this triploid is seedless and sweet. Often sweet when rind is still green, it harvests from October-April.C-358
Oro BlancoA product of the UC Breeding Program, this triploid is seedless and sweet. Often sweet when rind is still green, it harvests from October-April.Carrizo30

Citrus Liner – Mandarin

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
Clem NulesAn “easy peel” tangerine that is rich in flavor and can be seedless when isolated from other seeded citrus treesCarrizo1
Lee x NovaRich 16-684
Frost OwariA seedless mandarin known for its frost hardiness. Fruit produces November-January and is easy to peel.Flying Dragon185
Frost OwariA seedless mandarin known for its frost hardiness. Fruit produces November-January and is easy to peel.Rich 16-657
HicksonCarrizo10
HoneyRich in flavor, easy to peel, fruit is small in size. Not like Honey Mandarins from Florida.C-3561
HoneyRich in flavor, easy to peel, fruit is small in size. Not like Honey Mandarins from Florida.Rich 16-65
PageCarrizo1
PixieRich 16-67
Seedless KishuA tiny seedless mandarin that harvest in November-December. Rich in flavor, it is a great variety for pot or backyard growing.Carrizo107
TangoThis variety has a $2.00 Royalty per tree.C-3572

Citrus Liner – Lemon

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
8A LisbonVigorous growing tree, more frost tolerant than the Eureka lemon with more thorns. Lots of Fruit! Harvested year around, but mainly in the winter.C-3512
8A LisbonVigorous growing tree, more frost tolerant than the Eureka lemon with more thorns. Lots of Fruit! Harvested year around, but mainly in the winter.Volk115
Allen EurekaCarrizo30
Improved MeyerThe popular lemon for the home gardener, The tree fruits early in life and the fruit is not as acidic as regular lemon. Trees are more frost tolerant than other lemon typesC-2241
Improved MeyerThe popular lemon for the home gardener, The tree fruits early in life and the fruit is not as acidic as regular lemon. Trees are more frost tolerant than other lemon typesRich 16-66

Citrus Liner – Navel

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
BarnfieldCarrizo46
Cara CaraA pink fleshed navel orange with all the rich flavor of a regular navel. Best when picked January-AprilFlying Dragon2
ChislettCarrizo2
FukumotoCarrizo315
FukumotoRich 16-67
Lane LateC-3587
Lane LateRich 16-643
Parent WashThe pride of California citrus industry, this seedless orange harvests in the winter and tastes best from January-April.Carrizo2
Parent Washhe pride of California citrus industry, this seedless orange harvests in the winter and tastes best from January-April.Volk57
PowellThis Variety has a $2.00 Royalty per tree.Carrizo350
PowellThis Variety has a $2.00 Royalty per tree.Rich 16-62
Skaggs BonanzaRich 16-620

Citrus Liners – Tangelo

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
Minneola TangeloAlso called the Honeybell, this nearly seedless variety attains its best flavor in hot climates. Best harvested February-April.Carrizo1
Minneola TangeloAlso called the Honeybell, this nearly seedless variety attains its best flavor in hot climates. Best harvested February-April.C-351

Citrus Liners -Valencia

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
Cutter ValenciaC-356

Citrus Liners -Other

ProductDescriptionRootstockQuantity
Bergamont PerfumeC-3510
Bream TaroccoRich 16-621
Fairchild LSThis Variety has a $2.50 Royalty per tree.Carrizo17
Fingered CitronThe oddest selection in citrus. We call it the “CITRUS FLOWER” since it often looks like a flower and has wonderful aroma. Some enthusiast candy the rind, but it is more a novelty than anything else.C-351
NovaCarrizo3
Sanguinelli BloodNature’s Easter Egg. Egg shaped, purple flesh, red and orange rind. Makes great juice March-May.C-357

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