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With careful variety selection mandarin fruit trees can bear from early April through to Late October. Our nursery is involved in the rapid multiplication of varieties that have been brought into Australia from some of the best citrus growing regions of the world.

Dwarf Mandarin - Imperial

$46.95

A proven early variety that is still very popular today. Excellent colour and flavour; the skin is smooth, glossy, thin and easy to peel. Older trees may develop a biennial bearing habit. Dwarf trees grow to about 2m tall.

Dwarf Mandarin - Nules

$39.00

Most popular Clementine mandarin grown, early, good size and vigorous tree. Seedless when grown by itself. Dwarf tree perfect for pots and patios.

Mandarin - Afourer Murcott

$37.00

Recently imported Tangor, with rich, sweet juicy flavour. The tree is moderate in size and vigor. Thin, smooth, orange rind that is easy to peel. The fruit is low-seeded in the absence of cross-pollination, but seedy when cross-pollinated.

Mandarin - Clauselliana

$34.00

A seedless Japanese type variety. Large fruit, low tree vigour makes it suitable as a good dwarf variety. From Spain.

Mandarin - Daisy

$40.95

Recently introduced variety from Californian that is showing promise over a large range of climatic regions. Large fruit size, well coloured fruit and relatively seedless.

Mandarin - Ellendale

$40.95

A medium to large fruit with medium rind. Relatively easy to peel when mature. Bright orange, very juicy flesh with a rich flavour. Moderately seedy. Late mid season.

Mandarin - Emperor

$79.00 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

The fruit has a pale orange skin that is inclined to be puffy. Excellent flavour however the fruit can be prone to drying if harvest is delayed. Loose skin that is very easy to peel. Most popular mid season variety.

Mandarin - Encore

$34.00

Late bearing. Fruit holds until November, vigorous tree, thin skinned.

Mandarin - Fallglo

$34.00

Good size, colour, flavour and easy peeled. May be seedy if cross pollinated. Moderate vigour, susceptible to cold.

Mandarin - Fremont

$40.95

Bright reddish-orange peel, rich flavor, tender and juicy. Some seeds, heavy bearer. Where protected from cold, fruit flavor is unsurpassed.

Mandarin - Green pigeon

$34.00 ($17.90-$34.00 choose a size)

An excellent old seedling variety from the hills near Kyogle. Loose skin and easy to peal, the flavour is similar an Emperor. Seed grown.

Mandarin - Imperial

$79.00 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

A proven early variety that is still very popular today. Excellent colour and flavour; the skin is smooth, glossy, thin and easy to peel. Older trees may develop a biennial bearing habit.

Mandarin - Miho Wase (Satsuma)

$34.00

Very early fruiting and easy peeling. High sugar levels in fruit. Very popular export variety. One of the main satsuma varieties of Japan. Slow growing dwarf tree. Fruit is better flavoured than the common Silverhill variety although a little smaller.

Mandarin - Nules (Clementine)

$79.00 ($40.95-$79.00 choose a size)

Most popular Clementine mandarin grown, early, good size and vigorous tree. Seedless when grown by itself.

Mandarin - Okitsu wase (Satsuma)

$40.95

Seedless, good flavour, low acid and high TSS. Satsumas are cold hardy and form a compact growing tree. They are the earliest mandarins in the marketplace. .

Mandarin - Pixie

$34.00

Late maturing Californian variety, seedless good flavour. Upright growth and vigorous.

Mandarin - Sunburst

$34.00

Sunburst trees are moderately vigorous, thornless, upright and spreading. Cold hardy. Produce high quality, attractive fruit of the mandarin or tangerine type with good flavour. Reddish-orange rind at maturity. Segments easily separated. Juicy fruit with dark orange flesh colour.

Mandarin - Green pigeon

$34.00 ($17.90-$34.00 choose a size)

An excellent old seedling variety from the hills near Kyogle. Loose skin and easy to peal, the flavour is similar an Emperor. Seed grown.

Mandarin - Okitsu wase (Satsuma)

$40.95

Seedless, good flavour, low acid and high TSS. Satsumas are cold hardy and form a compact growing tree. They are the earliest mandarins in the marketplace. .

Mandarin - Afourer Murcott

$37.00

Recently imported Tangor, with rich, sweet juicy flavour. The tree is moderate in size and vigor. Thin, smooth, orange rind that is easy to peel. The fruit is low-seeded in the absence of cross-pollination, but seedy when cross-pollinated.

Dwarf Mandarin - Imperial

$46.95

A proven early variety that is still very popular today. Excellent colour and flavour; the skin is smooth, glossy, thin and easy to peel. Older trees may develop a biennial bearing habit. Dwarf trees grow to about 2m tall.

Mandarin - Miho Wase (Satsuma)

$34.00

Very early fruiting and easy peeling. High sugar levels in fruit. Very popular export variety. One of the main satsuma varieties of Japan. Slow growing dwarf tree. Fruit is better flavoured than the common Silverhill variety although a little smaller.

Mandarin Tree Reviews & Tips

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ray
1y ago

ashfield, nsw

Mandarin Tree

i am in sydney close to CBD which mandain tree suit me ? also perfer sweet .

Anna Thomas
5y ago

Glenelg, SA, Australia

Mandarin - Nules (Clementine)

I have tasted the Clementine and it is gorgeous. But finding a plant that is available is difficult. I like that it is seedless if grown alone without citrus nearby

Gary
7y ago

Murwillumbah, NSW, Australia

Mandarin Tree

Clementine Fina- fruits every second year-Anzac day till June .Small, sweet, easily peeled.

Dave
11y ago

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Mandarin Tree

Can anyone recommend or comment on some of the varieties listed on this page? Any experience with some of the newer listed varieties would be appreciated. Jim Ho of Nedlands, you sound like the man i need to talk to!

Joy Gallen
11y ago

Cessnock, NSW, Australia

Mandarin Tree

I have a question.I have a mandarin tree and it has thorns, what type of mandarin tree is it? The fruit is sweet and juicy. I am moving and would like to take part of the tree with me, like a cutting or grafting. How do I do this?Can any one help?

Ron Briggs
13y ago

Grafton, NSW, Australia

Mandarin Tree

I grow imperial in a large pot with a well drained mix of compost sand loam and cow manure I fertilize with seaweed/fish emulsion and the tree is covered in fruit

Anthony Miceli
14y ago

Mornington, VIC, Australia, Australia

Mandarin

I am interested if anyone has experience growing these new varieties in cool areas

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