X Citroncirus spp.
Received as budwood from the UCR Breeding program. The crosses were made in 1951 at the University of California Citrus Research Center.
Both C-35 and C-32 are F1 hybrids between Ruby orange (CRC 589, NLA) and Webber-Fawcett trifoliate (CRC 2552).
Rootstocks of accession
Season of ripeness at Riverside
November to January
Notes and observations
C-35 is reported to be a slightly smaller, more open tree with some some low-branch dieback in older trees. It has trifoliolate leaves typical of most F1 hybrids between Citrus and Poncirus, with seed number averaging 8 to 12 per fruit.
Commercially available in California through the Citrus Clonal Protection Program. Click here to order budwood.
USDA Germplasm Resources Information Network page for C-35 citrange
HortScience 21(1): 157-158. 1986: C35 and C32: Citrange rootstocks for citrus.