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Dwarf Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree,  Five Gallon Container
Dwarf Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree,  Five Gallon ContainerDwarf Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree,  Five Gallon Container

Dwarf Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree, Five Gallon Container

SKU:satsuma-mandarin-orange-tree
Availability:Usually ships in 2-3 business days
Price:$79.98
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Satsuma mandarin would be an great way to extend the fresh fruit availability from your yard. When the deciduous trees are done for the season, reach for a mandarin fall into winter, thus always something good around. The mandarins are great eaten fresh, added to fruit salads or even eaten as dessert. The tree may reach about 6 to 7 feet tall if allowed to grow, but can easily be managed in a container with occasional clipping, so no worries keeping your new tree to any desired size and shape. As an added benefit, these seedless mandarins keep well on the tree. Consider a satsuma mandarin orange or any citrus tree as a gift. Can not ship citrus trees to TX, AZ, or FL. Shipped as a potted tree in its original soil and container to ensure a healthier start when planted in yard or garden.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you really ship citrus trees this time of the year?
Since we ship all of our trees potted in soil, yes we are able to offer shipment year round. We monitor weather.com, and hold shipment temporarily if weather is too extreme. We add insulation to the trees as weather dictates, packaging each carefully by hand to ensure the best possible tree when it arrives at your home.

How are the trees prepared to make such a journey in the winter?
We insulate the trees prior to shipping if necessary, and then carefully box them, adding additional protective measures to absorb excessive vibration or movement while in transit. The root balls are then bagged to hold in moisture while the trees are on their way, with an additional card board collar placed over the tree to provide additional protection from the elements. Some leaf drop may occur, but the tree, once moved to a proper and safe location should re-foliate very quickly.

Can you really grow a mandarin tree indoors?
Give the tree at least moderate light, keep the soil moist, not soggy or dry, place the tree far away from any heater or cooling vent, and spritz a little humidity over the foliage when you can, and you will be harvesting fresh mandarins right from your living room sofa!