Standard. This Mandarin is very popular in Queensland where it was discovered as a chance seedling in 1888. The virtually thorn-less tree produces large fruit with a thin easy peel skin. The flesh is tender and juicy.Ripens around July. If left on the tree you will notice the skin gets 'puffy'. Evergreen.
As with all Citrus make sure you cut the fruit off the tree rather than just pull. Your Mandarin will grow well in a warm, well drained fertile spot in the garden with protection from harsh frost. Also suitable for container growing with regular feeding and watering.
Colour: White Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: STD