Do i have to plant two grapefruit trees for the trees to have fruit?

Answer It is not necessary to plant two grapefruit trees to grow the fruit. Grapefruits are self-pollinating. In most cases, a single grapefruit tree is sufficient to provide the needs of a household.Refe... Read More »

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How to Harvest Grapefruit Trees?

Grapefruit trees grow primarily in Florida and California. Types of grapefruit include flame, star rubies, ruby reds and white. With the exception of white grapefruit, your grapefruit should be a r... Read More »

Care for Rio Red Grapefruit Trees?

Introduced in 1984, the Rio Red variety of grapefruit is fairly new to the citrus scene. The tree that produces the Rio Red grapefruit is an upright evergreen that prefers winter temperatures above... Read More »

Do grapefruit trees have thorns?

Thought to be a West Indies native, grapefruit is a dome-shaped bushy evergreen tree. Its characteristic citrus family glossy leaves are dark green with some unusually blade-shaped spines or thorns... Read More »

How do you plant 10 trees in 5 rows with 4 trees in each row?

You use 20 trees. I don't think you understand numbers.