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Owari Satsuma Mandarin

Citrus reticulata 'Owari'

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Owari Satsuma Mandarin

Citrus reticulata 'Owari'

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Botanical Name

Citrus reticulata 'Owari'

Outdoor Growing zone

8-10

Mature Height

6-12

Mature Width

2-6

Sun needs

Full Sun

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

If you grow just one kind of sweet-fleshed citrus, the Owari Satsuma is the perfect choice. This is the hardiest of the sweet citrus fruits, surviving even down to 150F. It will grow in most kinds of soil that are well-drained as since it is a small tree it can also be easily grown in pots in cooler areas. The delicious fruits are very, very easy to peel and the sweet, juicy flesh has no seeds. It ripens during the Christmas holiday period and will bring joy to all your family. Besides being hardy for a citrus tree, the Owari Satsuma is easy to grow in any sunny location and needs no specialized care to produce baskets of delicious fruit at the ideal time of the year. Make this your choice for a citrus tree and you will be sure to enjoy its harvest for years to come.

  • Delicious fruit for Christmas
  • Easily grown and heavy cropping
  • Stays small for easy growing in pots
  • Beautiful scented ‘orange-blossom’ flowers
  • Attractive evergreen, glossy foliage

Grow your Owari Satsuma outdoors in zone 8, 9 or 10. Choose a sunny spot, with good drainage. In wetter soil, plant on a slight mound. Grow it a pot in colder areas, bringing it indoors from a little before the first frost to early spring. It will happily spend the winter in a cold porch or any other cool, well-lit spot. Be sure that the pot you use has a drainage hole and plant it in a well-drained potting soil. When growing outdoors, choose a sunny spot, and water whenever the soil has become party dry. Outdoor trees will usually be free of pests.

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