Hardiest variety of all mandarins. Fruit Ripens in November, December and is usually picked before the first frost. Seedless fruit peels easily. Plants are evergreen making them a great option as an edible hedge! Grafted onto what is considered semi-dwarf rootstock, they will grow to be about 8-10′ tall and bushy.
Plants are fully rooted out in 3 gallon pots, ready to be transplanted into the ground or potted into a 10 gallon or larger pot. Hardy to around 15 Degrees.