Citrus trees have been proven to be very popular with home gardeners.
Under Hawaii’s tropical climate, they have shown their ability to produce two or more crops per year.
Home growers should select a plant grafted onto a rootstock suitable to their soil type and resistant to diseases in their locality.
The choice of rootstocks also plays a role in determining the fruit quality and size, drought tolerance, and tree size.
The following are descriptions of some citrus varieties available to home gardeners