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Profusely blooming eye-catcher

Lovely and delicious! That's the bountifully blooming mandarin tree (Citrus reticulata). The mandarin tree is a real eye-catcher. After it has shown off its fragrant flowers, juicy mandarins appear. The plant doesn't like frost. It is therefore recommended to the tree a spot outside in the summer and move it indoors in winter. The fruit tree blossoms in spring, That is when it reveals its white flowers. In the second year after planting, you will see mandarins hanging from the tree. However, these are more for appearance than for consumption.
The citrus tree is at its best as a creeping plant. We therefore recommend planting the tree in a large planter. In the winter, position the plant in a spot where it can overwinter without being exposed to frost. The tree grows best in a sunny, sheltered spot. Water the tree immediately after planting. Don't water it until the soil feels dry to the touch.

Mandarin tree Citrus reticulata

Citrus reticulata

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Mandarin tree Citrus reticulata

Regular price £50.49
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Specifications

White
Supplied as container plant
Not edible
Flowering April - October
Stays green
Growing height 50 - 90 cm
6 months growth and flowering guarantee
Hardy plant
Evergreen
Location: Half shadow
Planting distance 40 - 50 cm
Self pollinating

Description

Profusely blooming eye-catcher

Lovely and delicious! That's the bountifully blooming mandarin tree (Citrus reticulata). The mandarin tree is a real eye-catcher. After it has shown off its fragrant flowers, juicy mandarins appear. The plant doesn't like frost. It is therefore recommended to the tree a spot outside in the summer and move it indoors in winter. The fruit tree blossoms in spring, That is when it reveals its white flowers. In the second year after planting, you will see mandarins hanging from the tree. However, these are more for appearance than for consumption.
The citrus tree is at its best as a creeping plant. We therefore recommend planting the tree in a large planter. In the winter, position the plant in a spot where it can overwinter without being exposed to frost. The tree grows best in a sunny, sheltered spot. Water the tree immediately after planting. Don't water it until the soil feels dry to the touch.

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