Generally, mandarin trees are small and spiny with long, slender branches.The leaves of the trees are lanceolate and may be hairless or toothed with narrowly winged petioles. The trees produce flowers singly or in clusters and globose fruits with a bright orange to red-orange peel and segmented orange flesh.
Latin Name: Citrus Reticulata.
Common Name: Mandarin Orange Tree, Satsuma Orange.
Hardiness: Hardy down to -6
Growth: Evergreen ornamental fruit tree with glossy green leaves and delicious, sweet, easy peel fruit. Easy to grow. Fragrant white blossom.
Sun: Full sun.
Flowering Season: Spring.
Fruiting Season: Summer/Autumn.
Soil: Well drained.
Moisture: Water freely in summer. Less in winter.
Feeding: Feed every 2 weeks through summer.