USDA Prohibits Shipping Citrus to: AZ, CA, LA, HI or TX. If you reside in one of the states listed, your order will be cancelled.
Tree Size (as shipped): 30 – 32 inches
Mature Tree Size (Approx. 10 yrs): 12-14 feet
Harvest: Oct. – Nov. Seeds Per Fruit: 4 – 5
Propagation: Grafted Standard Rootstock Although a mandarin, tastes a bit like lemonade. Some call it a “lemonade tree”.
Very cold hardy.
CITRUS: 1 Gallon (4 inch CitraPot) 1.5 - 2 Foot Height, 1 Foot Spread, .25 - .50 inch Caliper. Current age: 1.5 years Typically 3 years to fruit for most citrus. Lemons & limes ~2 years.
WHERE TO PLANT YOUR CITRUS TREE
Citrus trees are subtropical plants. They can survive temperatures of 28 degrees F for several hours without permanent damage. Most will not survive temperatures below 28 degrees F for any significant duration. If you live in USDA Hardiness Zone 8, you may be able to, depending on your location and the variety you choose, plant your citrus tree outside. However, you will need to protect your tree from frost and freezing during extreme cold periods. If you live in USDA Zone 7 or North, for survival of your tree, we strongly recommend you plant in a movable container which will allow you to move your citrus tree indoors during the winter. You can be as creative as you like in finding a pot for your tree. It can be decorative or just functional.
HOW MUCH SUNLIGHT IS REQUIRED FOR A CITRUS TREE?
Citrus trees require full sun year round. It is best to plant your tree such that it will get as much available sunlight as possible. If you live in a northern climate where you must move your tree indoors, try to place in a sunny location. Morning sun is the most beneficial for your tree. The south side of your house will usually provide the most sunlight.
The USDA Hardiness Zone Map divides North America into 11 separate zones; each zone is 10°F warmer (or colder) in an average winter than the adjacent zone. To find your USDA Hardiness Zone, use the map above or enter your zip code here: USDA Hardiness Zone Finder.