Citrus trifoliata - formerly Poncirus trifoliata
....... notable specimens in UK, with some European & a few USA/Canada
St. Paul's Cathedral, London Eltham Palace, London Kew Gardens, London Richmond, London Clerkenwell, London Cannizaro Park, Wimbledon, London Syon Park, Brentford, London Leatherhead, Surrey Polesden Lacey, near Bookham, Surrey Surrey University, Guildford, Surrey Castle Gardens, Guildford, Surrey Merrist Wood College, Guildford, Surrey Hilliers Arboretum, Hampshire Exbury Gardens, Hampshire Broadwindsor, Dorset Manor Gardens, Exmouth, Devon Exeter University, Devon Oxford University Botanic Garden Oxford University Colleges: Balliol & Wadham Headington Hill Park, Oxford Grey's Court, Henley, Oxfordshire Sandy, Bedfordshire Birmingham University, Winterbourne House Bot. Gdn. Cambridge University Botanic Garden Leicester University Botanic Gdn Newarke Houses Museum, Leicester Hull, East Yorkshire Dyffryn Garden, near Cardiff, Wales
Edinburgh Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland Singleton Park Botanic Garden, Swansea, Wales
Prague / Praha  Czech Republic Rivierenhof Park, Antwerp, Belgium Bokrijk Arboretum/Park Midden Limburg, Belgium Copenhagen, Denmark Paris, France - several locations Strasbourg & Rennes, France Jardin Botanique, Tours, France Mainau Island, Germany Potsdam Botanic Garden, Germany Hamburg - Old Botanic Garden, Germany Bremen, Germany Geneva BG, Zurich BG, Yverdon, Switzerland Pisa&Lucca&Bologna Botanic Gardens, Italy Turin / Torino Italy - several locations Dublin Botanic Garden, Ireland Austria - Vienna & Salzburg
Where to see fruiting P. trifoliata (USA) ...Boston, Ma., USA Where to see Poncirus trifoliata in Canada ....Canadian Meyer Lemons
All the plants listed below are publically accessible. Nearly all the photos were taken by me. The very few exceptions of were sent to me by interested readers of this page.
Please remember that plants do die or get removed, so I can't absolutely guarantee they still exist!
page created 7th Nov 2019
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Interactive map of UK specimens
Original 2013 list