Citrus aurantium Bizarria (also spelled Bizzarria) is a fascinating citrus species with a unique and remarkable appearance. This variety is closely related to the bitter orange, but has several unique characteristics created due to a genetic mutation. It is especially remarkable due to its frui t. Contrary to bitter oranges, which have an orange peel, the Bizarria have a two coloured (Orange and green or yellow) peel, hence the name Bizarria.
Fruit of Citrus aurantium Bizarria are usually not used for consumption due to their bitter taste. They are mostly cultivated for their ornamental value and the unique fruit. Its care is similar to other citrus fruits - a lot of sunlight, regular watering and well drained soil. Pruning can help keep the plant in shape as well as stimulate the growth.