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Minneola Tangelo Tree (Semi-Dwarf) (Potted) - FT265

Minneola Tangelo Tree (Semi-Dwarf) (Potted) Minneola Tangelo Tree (Semi-Dwarf)
Indoor Citrus

Indoor Citrus

Out of stock
  • Up to 6 potted trees may be combined in a single package, but cannot be combined with other items.
  • Not registered for sale in: FL, TX, AZ, HI, AK, PR
  • Sold out for the season. Available again in August 2015.

Makes an Attractive Edible Landscape Tree

  • Semi-dwarf on Cuban Shaddock rootstock
  • Zones: 9-10 (protect when temperature drops below 30°F)
  • Fruit: Bell shaped fruit gets rich orange red color in winter, but tastes best when it develops sweetness to balance acidity in March or April.
  • Facts of note: A cross between Dancy Mandarin and Duncan Grapefruit, it is known in Florida as Honeybell. An attractive landscape tree, particularly when fruit is ripe.

About Our Citrus

Add a little zest to your garden! Citrus trees are potted, evergreen, semi-dwarf, 1 ½-years-old, pencil caliper, 18”-24” tall measured from the bottom of the pot to the top of the tree. They will, with good care, produce fragrant, self-pollinating flowers and wonderful fruit. Mature height is 8’–12’, but can be pruned to suit in ground or in containers.

Choose a sunny location, in well drained soil, sheltered from wind. They are affected by freezing temperatures, and in many locales require frost protection.

These are evergreen trees and thus the dormant bare root guarantee does not apply. Your trees will arrive in good, viable condition. Contact us immediately if they do not. Non-taxable.

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