Grafting Citrus

Asked June 24, 2016, 11:21 PM EDT

Hi there, I have a 16 year old grapefruit tree. I have lemon, lime, calamondin orange, and tangerine seedlings. I would like to graft parts of the seedlings on to the the big guy. On top of that, the grapefruit tree does not produce any fruit, as I grew it from a tropicana seed planted as a child. Can I graft on to it and will it produce fruit? Thank you

Hennepin County Minnesota grafting fruit trees grafting citrus

1 Response

You have talent, if you are growing citrus in Minnesota. Your thumb is really green!

Grafting works to mix other fruit types. I think it will work here too. Good luck!