Dwarf Mandarins

Our Dwarf Mandarin Range

Because of their dense foliage, mandarins make surprisingly good hedges and decorative feature trees. On top of that, they produce some of the nicest fruit in the citrus family. They peel easily and make a very easy on-the-go snack for school or work.

They can sometimes be biennial, producing fruit every other year. Removing some of the developing fruits can sometimes help reduce the risk of this happening.

DWARF MANDARIN IMPERIAL

(Citrus reticulata ‘imperial’)

Originating in Australia, the Imperial mandarin is a very popular commercial variety here and worldwide.

  • Full height ranges from 1.5m
  • Fruit size: Medium
  • Fruit can ripen from May to June
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: Yes, a few

$50 each – 200mm pot

DWARF MANDARIN EMPEROR

(Citrus reticulata ’emperor’)

Emperor is another popular commercial mandarin variety, thanks to its easy to peel skin and rich flavour.

  • Full height ranges from 1.5 – 1.8m
  • Fruit size: Medium to large
  • Fruit can ripen from June to July
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: Yes, a few

$50 each – 200mm pot

DWARF MANDARIN ENGALL’S SEEDLESS

(Citrus unshui ‘okitsu’)

The Engall’s Seedless mandarin tree bears large, seedless fruit with a puffy, easy to peel skin and good, sweet flavour.

  • Full height ranges from 1.5m
  • Fruit size: Medium to large
  • Fruit can ripen from late April onwards
  • Self-pollinating
  • Seeds: No

$50 each – 200mm pot

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