Owari Satsuma Mandarin Orange is one of the most cold hardy citrus trees, tolerating temperatures down to 28 degrees. It is not recommended you keep them outdoors for any extended time with sub-freezing temperatures. They are small enough to grow in a container and bring indoors during colder weather. Besides its hardy nature, the fruit is seedless and these mandarins are regarded as some of the sweetest and easiest to peel.
Although they can grow a tall as 12 feet, Owari Satsuma Orange trees can easily be kept pruned to a smaller height, making them ideal to grow in container in colder climates to bring them indoors during winter. Just keep your tree near a sunny window.
|Botanical Name:||Citrus reticulata ‘Owari’|
|Average Height:||10 – 12 feet|
|Average Width:||8 – 10|
|Grow Zones:||8 to 11 outdoors | 4 to 11 patio|
USDA Plant Hardiness Grow Zone Map
Owari Satsuma Mandarin Tree Frequently Asked Questions
How tall do Owari Satsuma Mandarin trees get?
They can grow up to 12 feet but can also easily be pruned to whatever height you prefer.
Are Owari Satsuma trees cold hardy?
Yes, they are considered one of the most cold hardy citrus trees. They can withstand temperatures as low as 28 degrees Fahrenheit. It is recommended, however, not to keep them outdoors for extended sub-freezing temperatures.
Are Owari Satsuma Mandarin trees self-pollinating?
Yes! You do not need a second tree to ross pollinate. One tree will bear fruit on its own.