Yes, grapefruit grow abundantly in Florida.
plant a grapefruit seed. Water it. Let it grow into a tree in a warm climate
A grapefruit grows on a citrus tree in warm climates
Fungi spores use it as soil and it grows on the grapefruit.
Because grapefruit grow in bunches like grapes do.
1-3 years after it sprouts incredibly
The plant was probably named grapefruit because its fruits grow in bunches or clusters.
Lemons grow on trees. As well do plums, apples, bananas, pears, grapefruit, and oranges.
between 3" - 3 3/4" in diameter
grapefruit,lemons, and limes i think....or citrus groves
Lemons and grapefruit come from two different types of trees. I believe it is possible however to mix breed them and grow a hybrid lemon/grapefruit.
A German farmer named grapefruit that because they grow like grapes.(they can grow in bunches of 25):)
Beans, rice, and corncacao, corn, grapefruit, oranges, papayas, bananas, rice, and sugar
that is a rediculous question. You should be ashamed of yourself for showing such ignorance.
Apricots, cherries, grapefruit, kiwis, lemons, navel oranges, and strawberries.
We grow apples, peaches, plums, oranges, grapefruit, pears, strawberries, blueberries, etc....(and you really need to take some grammar classes)