A dwarf form of the Rio Red Grapefruit growing to around 2 metres in ideal conditions and cropping abundantly. A newer variety of grapefruit, that is quickly becoming the variety of choice due to its beautiful pink to red flesh and a flavour that is distinctly sweeter than other grapefruit, but still has that grapefruit tang. The flesh is pink to red and similar to blood oranges, the colour pigmentation does vary due to climatic conditions, although it still colours well in Sydney. The skin has a red blush beneath the yellow skin. Fruit ripens July into August, although if the fruit is left on the tree it will continue to get sweeter. The fruit makes a wonderful juice with the red/pink colour.