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Calamondin Orange trees are considered heavy producers. The tart orange fruit is used more like a lime. You can grow it in a container & bring it indoors in zones 4 through 7 for winter. Just be sure to keep it near a sunny window. Calamondin Orange is classified as a semi-dwarf tree but it naturally grows more bushy. They would make a great evergreen hedge anywhere in grow zones 8 to 11 if panted in areas that get almost full sun.
|Botanical Name:||Citrus Mitis|
|Average Height:||6 – 8 feet|
|Average Width:||8 – 10|
|Spacing:||8 – 10 feet|
|Grow Zones:||8 to 11 outdoors | 4 to 11 patio|
USDA Plant Hardiness Grow Zone Map
Can a Calamondin Orange tree be grown as a houseplant?
Although they can grow as tall as 8 feet, you can keep them pruned to a more manageable height. Just keep it near a sunny window. Ideally, bring it outdoors in summer, soaking up the sun. It’s ideal temperature range is 50 to 80 degrees.