The biggest of the small ones!You think you know mandarins. The cute little slices are everywhere these days – in fruit cups in the grocery store, in salads in restaurants, in kid’s meals in the drive-through. It’s time for something new.Step aside little cuties…say hello to Tango.Tango Mandarin was developed only a few years ago by the brilliant scientists at UC Riverside in one of California’s best citrus growing regions. They wanted a clementine-type of fruit that was a little bigger, a little better, a little juicier and a little easier to grow than what was currently on the market. Thanks to some intricate scientific cyphering combined with some special SoCal fairy-dust they were able to introduce Tango to the world.Easy peel and super juicy with no seeds! This is the mandarin your kids dream of. The trees are hardy, covered in glossy green leaves. The fruit matures in January and hangs on fast through April.Only on the commercial market since 2010, there is a pretty good chance that you’ll be the first person in your neighborhood to grow these in your own garden or indoor container. Why not guarantee it? Order yours from us today!* Seedless Sweet Fruit * Vigorous Grower * Winter blooms with amazing scent * Grow Indoors & Out .
Easy Peel and Super SweetLooking for an easy peeling, sweet tasting, snackable fruit for your garden? Golden Nugget Mandarins are all that and more. These guys may be small, but they pack a HUGE taste. Golden Nugget Mandarins have been voted one of the best-flavored varieties of citrus IN THE WORLD by professional taste panels.Golden Nugget gets its name from the sparkling deep orange color of the segments inside as well as the bumpy ‘nugget-like’ texture of the rind. The rind easily peels from the fruit, making this a perfect snack fruit. Tuck some in your lunchboxes and everyone is happy! These fruits are typically seedless, which only adds to their easy eatin’ quality.These late season citrus typically ripen up between March and May and deliver a mine-load of fruit per tree. Golden Nugget Mandarins give you 15% of your daily vitamin A and C needs, too, and since you grow them yourself you can be confident that you are feeding your family the healthiest fruit available.These make great landscape trees but also excel in containers in a sunny window if you’re in a place where winters are cold.Nature Hills ships strong, young trees with great branching and hardy roots to get you off to a great start. Order yours today!* Voted one of the best tasting citrus in the world!* Easy peel, palm-sized fruit* Great in containers.
Prolific, Sweet & Juicy FruitThe Page Mandarin is a juicy, sweet cross between the Minneola tangelo and the Clementine mandarin. It is 3/4 mandarin and 1/4 grapefruit. The round fruit is a deep orange, sweet and juicy, with numerous seeds. The rind is also deep reddish orange which is thin but easy to peel. The shiny, dark green leathery leaves compliment the abundance of early ripening small orange fruit. This is an excellent container plant because it is easily prunded to any size.The Page Mandarin is a good choice to complete a citrus collection and will be more productive with nearby pollinator trees. Good pollinators are other mandarins or the Valencia orange.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Prolific Sweet Juicy Fruit* Early Ripening* Lovely Foliage* Grow Indoors & Out .
The W. Murcott Mandarin is also known as Afourer. It is one of the oldest varieties of mandarins produces in Florida.It has a tendency to produce fruit in alternate years if the fruit is allowed to remain on the tree. It is more cold tolerant than other mandarins. It may or may not have seeds and has a thin rind with bronze speckles around a deep orange juicy fruit which is easy to peel and separate the sections.The trees are more cold tolerant than other mandarins and can be grown in containers in northern areas or in the ground in southern areas of the country.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Easy to Peel* Sweet Fruit* Bronze Speckles on Fruit* Grow Indoors & Out .
Amazing Taste, Amazing FragranceThere is a reason that they call this tree ‘Honey’. Of all of the mandarins, the California Honey Mandarin consistently ranks as the best tasting and smelling of all the mandarin/tangerine trees available.You won’t find the California Honey in your local grocery store. The fruits are on the small side and have more seeds that the commercial industry likes. Their loss is your gain, though! One taste of this and you’ll be spoiled from any store-bought fruit again. This citrus is very juicy and tastes for all the world like spiced honey.The fragrant white flowers emerge in late spring and produce the delicious fruit which ripens November through April. The shrubby trees have dark willowy leaves and are beautiful on their own, with or without fruit.Like all of our citrus, these trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Prolific Producer * Honey Spiced Taste * Fragrant * Grow Indoors & Out .
Compact Tree with Sweet, Mild & Juicy FruitThe Pixie Mandarin has a sweet mild flavor encased in deep orange fruit. The late ripening seedless fruit is round, slightly bumpy, and sometimes has a neck. The numerous groups of fruit are nestled among upright foliage of leathery dark green leaves. Fruit holds very late on the tree, sometimes well into summer on this vigorously growing shrubby tree. Pixie trees can grow up to 6′, but can be pruned to any size. They make a great container plant and can bde placed outdoors in 6 hours of sun in the warm weather and brought into the house when the weather turns cold.Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Sweet, Mild, Juicy, Deep OrangeFruit* Compact Size* Vigorous Upright Growth* Grow Indoors & Out .
A Small, Very Sweet, Easy to Peel Mandarin The Clementine Mandarin Orange is the smallest of the Mandarins. A cross between a sweet orange and a Chinese Mandarin they are small, usually seedless and very sweet. This small Mandarin is an excellent eating orange. The peel is smooth, bright orange, and easy to peel. The deep orange fruit can be easily separated into numerous segments and are almost always seedless, with less acid than oranges.They are sometimes hard to find fresh because canners buy them up quickly. However the flavor of the fresh fruit is much better than the canned. Now you won’t have to worry about the availability when you can pick them from your own tree. The Clementine is an early season Mandarin whose fruit will stay on the tree for months. The tree is a beautiful evergreen and the fruit makes it very ornamental. In warmer zones they can be planted in the yard and would make the loveliest of privacy screens, or plant one as a focal point in your garden.In colder climates they do well in containers as a patio plant. Keep it on your patio, deck or sunroom and enjoy this happy little tree in the warmer months then bring it inside before the first frost. Imagine being the only person in your neighborhood to grow your own oranges! * Seedless* Less Acid Than Oranges* Easy to Peel* Grow Indoors & Out .
A Rare Treat for Your Edible GardenFor a few months in late summer and early fall, Farmer’s Markets in sun belt states get the luxury of Sudachi mandarins showing up in small batches in the booths. If you blink though, you’ll miss them, because they are snatched up so quickly by local chefs and foodies.Sudachi is a lime-like citrus fruit from Japan. It is similar to the Yuzu Citron, but is smaller, juicier and less seedy. Like Yuzu, it is a cross between a mandarin and a lime. Unlike Yuzu, it is the juice – not the rind – that is most prized.Sudachi is used to flavor soups, fish dishes and especially matsutake mushrooms. It has a distinctive spicy aroma that chefs say is like lime, pepper, dill and cumin all in one. The flavor is best when they are harvested green and about the size of a Ping-Pong ball.Until recently these fruits were very rare in America. While they certainly aren’t common now, they are available in limited quantities from Nature Hills, but you need to act fast.Our 3-year old trees arrive well-branched and thickly rooted, ready for planting in your favorite container, or in your garden if you live where citrus thrives outdoors. These trees will make a great addition to your edible garden.* Rare in the US * Great for cooking * Exceptional in containers.
The most delicious mandarin you’ll ever taste.Any gardener will tell you that fruit you grow yourself is better than fruit you buy at the store. They will also tell you that fruit that you grow that isn’t available in the market tastes even better! Adorable and irresistible, the Kishu Seedless Mandarin is one of the most delicious of all the mandarins. The fruit is smaller than a golf ball but super easy to peel, tender and juicy on the tongue, and fragrant and sweet to the nose. All of these qualities make for a fantastic home-grown fruit, but a difficult one to grow commercially. Until recently it was a challenge to find – even at farmers markets – but the fruits are becoming more readily available, thanks to small groves.Thankfully you don’t have to wait until this delicious fruit comes to your local market – you can grow your own today! If you live in a citrus friendly area, or even if you have a large pot and a sunny window, you can grow this delightful fruit for yourself.You’ll be an instant hit with your neighbors and at your local farmers market, but only if you order yours today!* Exceptional fruit * Early ripening * Small, easily peeled fruit * Not commercially grown.
Evergreen Tree with Edible FruitThe Owari Satsuma Mandarin is an evergreen tree that produces excellent fruit. It would do well in your yard as a specimen plant, or in a container near a patio. Think what it would be like to walk out into your yard and pick a fresh Mandarin orange off your own tree. Imagine that first gush of juice, still warm from the sun’s rays, as it flows over your tongue.Nothing can compare to that zesty, sugary sweet flavor. It’s an experience like no other, and the Owari Satsuma is the best Mandarin tree to bring that experience to your own backyard.Your Owari Satsuma Mandarin is the hardiest of all the Mandarin trees. It’s disease and pest resistant and cold tolerant. Even though it can reach 12 feet in height, it can easily grow in a container if you prefer, and handle any pruning necessary to keep it a preferred shape and size.The dark green, evergreen foliage fills out its rounded nature well, giving it a vibrant, healthy appearance year-round. Its flowers are a delicate white bloom, and their fragrance will carry easily to the bees and butterflies who will love to stop by for a visit.The Owari Satsuma Mandarin tree is obviously easy to care for and provides excellent Mandarin oranges. The succulent, sweet fruit ripens in late December and stores well. It’s not only delicious, but also healthy…and even peels easily. You won’t find another orange anywhere that is easier to peel or less messy to eat. It’s especially great for kids who can manage the orange themselves with no fuss or muss.You can’t do better than an Owari Satsuma Mandarin tree. Plant several today and begin enjoying its exquisite beauty and mouth-watering fruit.Hurry, Quantities Are Limited!Our trees are always in high demand, and we expect these large-sized, mature citrus trees to be very popular. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Seedless Fruit* Cold Tolerant* Insect and Disease Resistant .