The Calamondin Orange Tree is one o the most popular decorative citrus plants. A close relative o the true orange true, it bears ragrant, white lowers and tiny oranges. You'll get a plentiul amount o delicious ruit, too!A cross between a tangerine and a kumquat, this "mini-orange" is usually used in marmalades and baked dishes... but more adventurous ches have ound many uses or it.Besides the natural beauty o this tree's evergreen oliage, it will bloom year round and you will get a airly large harvest.This orange tree is very popular houseplant, making its home on brightly-lit loors and tables everywhere. Calamondin Orange Trees can be planted outside in milder climates as long as it gets ull sun.This tree thrives in humidity, is cold hardy, and blooms in spurts all year long. When planted outdoors, it preers the warmth o zones 9-11... but when potted this little tree will thrive anywhere in the country! Place your Calamondin in ront o a window with southern eposure to ensure it gets enough natural sunlight each day.
Features & Highlights
- CANNOT ship to CA, FL, TX, LA, AZ
- Grows 7-10 ft. tall by 4-5 ft.wide
- Botanical name is Citrus mitis 'Calamondin'
- Enjoy a lifetime of citrus!
|Model:||Citrus mitis 'Calamondin'|
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