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Arctic Frost Satsuma

Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy 79'

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Arctic Frost Satsuma

Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy 79'

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Edible
Tolerates Acidic Soil
Tolerates Alkaline Soil

Botanical Name

Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy 79'

Outdoor Growing zone

8-10

Mature Height

8-12

Mature Width

4-6

Sun needs

Full Sun

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AK, AL, AZ, CA, FL, HI, LA, PR, TX

The Arctic Frost™ Satsuma is the most reliable citrus tree for growing outdoors, because it is hardy throughout zone 8. It has been bred for cold-resistance, but it is also delicious, with sweet fruits that keep that real citrus tang. They are very easy to peel, and virtually seedless. White flowers fill the air with orange-blossom fragrance in spring, and orange fruits are ripe by late fall and early winter. This tree grows no more than 12 feet tall outdoors, or 6 feet in a planter, and it is self-fertile, so a bumper crop is certain, even with just one tree.

  • The most cold-hardy citrus tree available
  • Delicious sweet but tangy fruits
  • Easy to peel and virtually seedless
  • Beautiful white flowers with orange-blossom fragrance
  • Easily grown in a pot anywhere in the country

The Arctic Frost™ Satsuma should be grown in full sun, and a spot in front of a south-facing wall is ideal in colder zones. It grows easily in ordinary well-drained soil, or in a planter with citrus potting soil and regular fertilizer. Potted trees can be brought into a bright, cool place during the coldest months. Pests and diseases are rare, and no pruning is needed. A simple hand-pollination will make sure your potted tree has a big crop – outdoor trees will be pollinated by bees.

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