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Mandarin Orange ‘Seedless Kishu’ (Citrus reticulata)

Mandarin Orange ‘Seedless Kishu’ (Citrus reticulata)

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4" Pot Size
Grafted Plant
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Mandarin Orange ‘Seedless Kishu’ (Citrus reticulata)
This mandarin produces an abundance of sweet, seedless fruit that ripens during December just in time for the holidays. The small, deliciously sweet and easy-to-peel mandarins are some of the best tasting citrus we’ve ever eaten. Highly fragrant flowers appear on its arching branches from late winter to spring. It takes a year or two for container-grown Seedless Kishu Mandarins to begin bearing fruit but it’s well worth the wait. The tasty fruit holds nicely on the tree adding to its ornamental appeal. Plants are grafted to improve vigor.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Spring
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Fragrant
  1. Healthy plant Review by Kate
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    I wanted this variety due to the outstanding reviews but could not find the plant in stock on online nurseries untill I found it here along with another plant I was having a hard time finding so late in July. I have had it a week and there is already so much new growth starting all over. Be careful with the thorns though! My only issue is it is such an aggressive grower that the branches are growing so wild the it could not stand on its own in the small pot it was in. Also I got a tree that really should have been in a bigger pot the roots were really needing a stretch. Other than that the plant is beautiful! (Posted on 8/4/2016)