Citrus in a sentence

use Citrus in a sentence

citrus;

[noun] A fruit family including tangerines, oranges, lemons, grapefruits, and limes.

The climate of the central lowlands of the Republic of Georgia is hot and damp, and well suited to growing tea and citrus fruits.

Across the mountains, they are planting citrus trees and lots of palms.

Citrus fruits are a great source of vitamin C.

It ought to be nearly the season when the citrus comes into the harbor.

In temperate climates, citrus plants tend to blossom heavily in spring, with the small-fruited varieties.

Marmalades are usually made with citrus and slivers of peels.

Her hair smelled of citrus shampoo and rain.

Good sources of Vitamin C are citrus fruits, tomatoes, green vegetables and potatoes.

He can’t drink the calcium-fortified orange juice–the citrus fruits are hard for lots of eczema kids, I think.