Calamondin Orange Tree - Indoor/Outdoor Patio Citrus Trees, Ready to Give Fruit - 1-2 feet tall - Cannot Ship to FL, CA, TX, LA or AZ
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- SHIPPING SIZE- orange trees come 1-2 feet tall. These are young citrus plants. You will not get a mature tree or plant.
- DELIVERY- your plants may arrive a little more dry than you expected since they've traveled across the country. Please unpack them and give them a healthy drink. They will perk right back up. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us immediately.
- WARRANTY- If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your tree or with our service, please notify us immediately or within 30 days of receipt. We will correct the situation to your satisfaction.
- CANNOT ship to CA, FL, TX, LA, AZ due to federal agricultural restrictions... if you live here and order this tree, your order will be cancelled.
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One of the most popular decorative citrus plants on the market, the Calamondin Orange Tree is second to none. What makes this variety so unique? For starters, it's a close relative of the true orange tree but bears fragrant, wonderfully white florals and smaller fruit. And though its fruit is less sizable, you'll get a robust bounty of delicious treats that fit right in the palm of your hand, almost made for instant snacking.
Since it's a cross between a tangerine and a kumquat, this "mini-orange" from the Calamondin Tree is typically used in marmalades and baked dishes for its one-of-a-kind taste. Timeless looks plus delectable flavor in bushels: The Calamondin Tree is truly impressive.
And as a perfect contrast to the natural beauty of this tree's evergreen foliage, it provides fresh blooms year-round that result in a fairly large and lush harvest. The result? It's a super popular house plant, making its home on brightly-lit floors, tables and everywhere in between. Plus, Calamondin Orange Trees can be planted outside in milder climates, as long as they receive full sun in growing zones 9 through 11.
Basically, the Calamondin thrives in nearly any conditions - it resists humidity, is cold hardy, and blooms periodically throughout the year. It's well-suited for any location in the country when it's potted, however. Simply place it in front of a Southern-facing window to ensure it gets natural sunlight each day. Opulence with a side of delectable oranges await.
What is a Calamondin Orange Tree?
An indoor or outdoor must-have, the Calamondin Orange Tree thrives in humidity, is cold hardy, and blooms in spurts year-round.
A cross between a tangerine and a kumquat, this "mini-orange" is often used in juices, preserves, and as a complement for tea, seafood, meats, and sauces. It's also ideal for picking and eating right off the plant.
And with only 12 calories per fruit and a composition rich in vitamins A and C, potassium, fiber and calcium, it's totally healthful.
Plus, Calamondins are used in an array of home remedies, from a topical treatment for acne to an expectorant and cough suppressant or for insect bites.
Calamondin Orange Tree - A Popular Decorative Citrus Plant
· SHIPPING TIME: If you order today, your order will be shipped out in 1-2 business days
· DELIVERY: Your plants may arrive a bit drier than expected. Please unpack them and give them a healthy drink - they should perk up. If you have any questions or concerns, notify us immediately
· SHIPPING RESTRICTIONS: We cannot ship to CA, FL, LA, SC or TX due to federal agricultural restrictions.
Caring for your Calamondin Orange Tree
Give your orange tree as much direct sunlight as you can year-round (at least 4 hours of direct sunlight each day). Turn the plant a quarter turn every week because it will tend to grow toward the light source. You can move it outdoors during the warm months to give it a boost.
Water thoroughly, allowing the surface of the soil to dry between waterings. Soggy soil will lead to root rot, which is a sure way to kill a citrus tree.
Soil and Fertilizer
Use a soil-less, peat moss-based potting mix with added perlite and/or vermiculite for fast drainage. Citrus trees don't like their roots in soggy soil. Use a fruit tree fertilizer. It contains all the nutrients citrus trees need for healthy root growth and promotes flowers and fruits.
Calamondin Orange Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Calamondin Orange Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.
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