Marsh Grapefruit Tree – Citrus paradisi ‘Marsh’
This familiar white grapefruit accounts for 40% of Florida’s commercial grapefruit production, and for good reason. Sugar and acid are nicely balanced, and the juicy flavor is classic. Marsh Grapefruit tree bears big pale yellow fruit that are often seedless. Fruit holds well on the tree for a very long time, up to six months without loss of flavor. Fruit ripens December to May. Self fertile. Zones 8B-10.