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.
Plant Information or Specifications
Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)
Plants required to Pollinate
1 (Self Pollinating)
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Can it Handle Frosts?
Amount of leaves in Winter?
All Leaves (Evergreen)
May, June, July, August, September, October, November
Customer Comments on Mandarin Tree
I am interested if anyone has experience growing these new varieties in cool areas | Anthony Miceli - Mornington, VIC 09-Feb-2006
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 | Ron Briggs - Grafton, NSW 28-Feb-2007
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? | Joy Gallen - Cessnock, NSW 11-Jan-2009
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! | Dave - Sydney, NSW 12-Feb-2009
Clementine Fina- fruits every second year-Anzac day till June .Small, sweet, easily peeled. | Gary - Murwillumbah, NSW 18-Mar-2013
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 | Anna Thomas - Glenelg, SA 25-Jul-2015
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