Calamondin (Direct Ship)

CAN NOT SHIP TO TX, AZ, FL, PR, HI Or VIRGIN ISLANDS

It is the easiest citrus to care for and  the easiest to grow in a container. It has broad oval green leaves, is almost thornless and has a shapely upright habit. Throughout most of the year it produces an abundance of round bright orange 1-1/2" fruit. The fruit is easy to peel and has few seeds. The orange colored pulp is juicy and sour. It can be used as a flavoring or as a juice like a lemon or a lime. When sweetened with sugar it makes a marmalade. While most citrus go dormant below 50° F, the Calamondin will thrive at lower temperatures and is therefore easier to grow successfully outside the South. Still, in the Northwest and colder regions, bring the pot in for the winter. Hardy to 10° to 15° F,  We ship 2 year old potted well formed trees.

In stock
SKU
J120Q
$69.95
  • USDA Zone - 8-11
  • Grows To - 5ft
  • Plant Spacing - 6ft
  • Pollination - Self Fertile
  • Prefers Full Sun -
  • Ripening Time - No
  • Comments - Grown indoors, depending on conditions Citrus can bear at various times of the year.

CAN NOT SHIP TO TX, AZ, FL, PR, HI Or VIRGIN ISLANDS

It is the easiest citrus to care for and  the easiest to grow in a container. It has broad oval green leaves, is almost thornless and has a shapely upright habit. Throughout most of the year it produces an abundance of round bright orange 1-1/2" fruit. The fruit is easy to peel and has few seeds. The orange colored pulp is juicy and sour. It can be used as a flavoring or as a juice like a lemon or a lime. When sweetened with sugar it makes a marmalade. While most citrus go dormant below 50° F, the Calamondin will thrive at lower temperatures and is therefore easier to grow successfully outside the South. Still, in the Northwest and colder regions, bring the pot in for the winter. Hardy to 10° to 15° F,  We ship 2 year old potted well formed trees.

 

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