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Nules Clementine Tree
  • Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) 8-11 (in ground)
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    Mature Height: 6-8 ft.
    Mature Width: 4-6 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Spring
    Spacing: 8-10 ft.
    Botanical: Citrus clementina 'de Nules'
    Cannot Ship to: CA, TX, FL, LA, AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Nules Clementine Tree

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    • 1-2 ft.
    $99.98 to $99.98 $$49.99
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    The most popular Clementine in the world!

    • Dwarf tree, perfect for patios
    • Drought-tolerant, requires no additional water
    • Pest & disease-resistant- that means no spraying
    • Grow it organically!
    • Adapts to many soils and conditions
    Often confused with mandarin oranges, clementines are either seedless or have very few. Nules Clementines are considered the best because of their sweet taste and premium flavor.

    This is a great citrus tree for even the smallest spaces. Clementines are heavy-yielding, even when maintained at a bush size. Your entire family will love this sweet, juicy citrus treat packed with important vitamin C. Enjoy them fresh as a snack, or in baking, canning or marmalades

    Nules Clementines make great landscape plants.
    From their thick canopy of large leaves to the ornamental brilliance of the late-season fruit ripening, they'll look amazing! Clementines will ripen in November and should be harvested right away. Like all citrus fruits, you’ll enjoy an excellent shelf life if you store your harvest of Nules clementines in a cool, dry place.

    The Clementine tree is rapid growing and easy to grow.
    Nules Clementine trees will readily adapt to most soils and a wide variety of regions in the warmer states. In cooler states you can still enjoy the sweet delicious taste of Clementine fruit when growing them in a container. When cold weather threatens, bring your citrus tree in and let it prosper in a sunny window. You'll find these clementine trees to be pest and disease resistant with good drought tolerance, once established.

    If you are in growing zone 8 or cooler, you must bring your citrus tree indoors during the winter months.

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