• Clementine Tree for Sale

    Clementine Tree for Sale

    Clementine Tree for Sale

 

Clementine Tree

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Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors


Growing Zones 8-11 outdoors This plant is recommended for zones:

4-11 patio
  /  
8-11 outdoors


You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

6-8 ft. unpruned

Mature Width:

4-6 ft.

Sunlight:

Full Sun

Drought Tolerance:

Good

Botanical Name:

Citrus clementia

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Delicious - Ornamental Fruit that's Easy to Grow!

- Seedless
- Easy to peel
- Delicious & Juicy

Clementines are exploding in popularity. They are sweet, juicy, and easy to peel.

Anyone who has ever fought with a naval orange will appreciate the Clementine's loose skin. Even small children can easily peel them.

Have you ever felt awkward spitting out seeds in front of company? Clementines are virtually seedless.

Loads of bright orange fruit just cover these little trees. It's one of the most attractive plants you will ever grow. Shiny, evergreen leaves contrast the glowing orange.

Works great as a patio plant. If you live in a cold climate, just bring it inside during the winter. It produces abundantly indoors or out. Just place it in front of a sunny window and pick fresh fruit throughout the winter.

Grows organically indoors or out, seldom bothered by pests or disease. A very easy-to-grow, low maintenance tree.

Trim to your desired size. Even a small tree will keep you and your friends loaded up with fruit.

Clementine trees are one of the most highly demanded plants this season. We are one of the few nurseries that still have them... and ours will sell out quickly. If you're interested, we recommend ordering now.






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Received my Nules clementine tree several weeks ago - had 5 blossoms. Now has 7 pea-sized fruit and another blossom! It's a beautiful plant! We currently have it outside but live in zone 4b so will be bringing it indoors in Sept.
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 2 years ago
This is the second season for our orange tree and this winter it was loaded with little oranges, and so goooood. We live in southern Oregon and the tree comes in for the cold weather and has just gone back outside for the bees to pollenate
December 31, 2012
Just received a new tree, and it's gorgeous! Well packaged, and as soon as I opened the box, the smell of blooms was intoxicating. Once I had it completely opened (took a while; well packaged) I was impressed with the overall health of the plant. I will definitely order again. Thanks
December 31, 2012
I received my clementine tree about 4 1/2 months ago. I have ordered 4 different plants/trees from FGTs and this was the only tree that seemed to get damaged in the shipping process. One big lateral branch was broken so I had to prune it back pretty far on that branch. Many of the leaves were damaged as well. However, it came with a nice shape and was pretty bushy. I'm happy to say that after 4 1/2 months, it seems to be doing pretty well. It put on several new leaves, no blooms yet though. I was a little worried because all of the leaves seem to be a little curled. However, if you look at the picture on the left with Pam standing next to some clementine trees, those leaves seem to be a little curled too. So maybe that's normal. Overall, very happy with the purchase.
September 5, 2014
Purchased the clementine tree over a year ago as a 2 - 3 ft tall plant. Fast growing tree was very careful with the packaging, as the tree did not get damaged at all. Had some small blooms on the tree this year but no fruit as of yet. However, the tree really took off this late fall/early summer with new sprouts all over. It's beginning to fill out. This tree is easy to care for in the winter as well, it did well inside near a sunny window. We are looking forward to harvesting some fruits off clementine this year. You will not be disappointed with this purchase
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 3 years ago
I got my Nules Clementine about 2 weeks ago is doing great I could see little white buds coming up soon I will be having fruit the tree is about 3-4 ft. I went to Home Depot and got the best soil they have also bought a big pot. I have 2 other Key Lime tree and they have flowers and new leaves growing. I highly recommend fast growing trees.com to purchase your tree. I leave in NY and is February and my trees are doing great. If you are going to have plants in your house why not have plants that will produce fruit and enjoyed the limes or clementines. I have them near a window. Can't wait for spring to bring them out and see them grow even more. Thank you Fast growing trees for having such great trees for sale!
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Darlin' Clementines
Bought 2. Came in fresh & healthy and going strong. Looking forward to first fruit.
September 5, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Cute tree
A great small tree that we potted for the back porch. In four monthes the branches have grown 6-8 inches and it is about a foot bigger in diameter. Beautiful tree and I would buy it again ... And now to wait for fruit.
September 12, 2014
Purchased
over 2 years ago
I live in Pa. and I received my (2-3 ft). clementine tree 5-15-14. It actually arrived bigger and better than I had expected. I am very happy with my trees. This is just one of several fruit plants that I had ordered and will definitely be ordering from here for now on.
December 31, 2012
We bought our tree March 2013. It arrived it great condition and already had blooms. It is now May 2013 and has 40 or more little green balls(clementines) that are growing and lots more blooms too. We are super excited about our tree and have bought several other items from this company as well, which are doing great too. Can't wait to harvest these as well as our strawberries and peaches that came from FASTGROWINGTREES.COM. We live in zone 8
December 31, 2012
Purchased
over 3 years ago

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Clementine Tree



Step 1: Dig Your Hole


Select a site with full to partial sun and moist or well drained soil for your Clementine Tree.

First, dig each hole so that it is just shallower than the root ball and at least twice the width.

Then loosen the soil in the planting hole so the roots can easily break through.

Use your shovel or try dragging the points of a pitch fork along the sides and bottom of the hole.



Step 2: Place Your Plant


Next, separate the roots of your Clementine Tree gently with your fingers and position them downward in the hole.

The top of the root flare, where the roots end and the trunk begins, should be about an inch above the surrounding soil.

Then make sure the plant is exactly vertical in the hole.

To make it just right, use a level.

Step 3: Backfill Your Hole


As you backfill the hole, apply water to remove air pockets.

Remove debris like stones and grass and completely break up any dirt clumps.

Water your Clementine Tree again after the transplant is complete.


Questions & Answers

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Otgontugs S on Jun 19, 2016
I've read that this is a great indoor tree.
Timothy S on Jun 15, 2016
We buy a lot of these from the store and our grandkids love them so we might as well grow our own.
Aubrey K on Jun 16, 2016
Pam's Fast Growing Trees is a great company and they deliver the best!
Derek D on Jun 12, 2016
how often should i water my plant and how much?
Marsha A on Oct 13, 2015
Best Answer: Is your clementine in a pot or in the ground?
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Oct 16, 2015
Does this tree attract animals & pests?
Thomasina R on Apr 12, 2015
Best Answer: NO. It is naturally resistant to them!! All citrus trees are!!
Reply · Report · Alan L on Mar 30, 2016
do I need to buy two of these for Cross pollination?
Roger on Jun 26, 2014
Best Answer: I Only Bought 1 Tree Over A Year Ago. It Seems To Set About 25% Of Its Fruit. IN My Opinion, Having 2 Trees Within A Few Yards Of Each Other, Will Workout Much Better For Fruit Set. I Plan On Purchasing Another From Fast Growing Trees. The Trees From Them Are Very Healthy Compared To Other Companies.
Thanks,
Danny
Reply · Report · Daniel C on Jun 26, 2014
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now that the tree is here what do i do?
A shopper on Jun 12, 2014
Best Answer: Follow the planting and care instructions provided by the link below.

http://www.plantingdirections.com/?s=clementine+
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jun 18, 2014
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i would like to get 2 citrus trees, 1 clementine & 1 lemon. Will they cross-pollinate or do i need to buy the same kind of tree?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2014
Best Answer: The clementine is self pollinating. I bought one two years ago and it is growing well but has yet to produce fruit. I have a Satsuma tangerine that is very prolific but it took five years to get the first fruit. I have a grapefruit that produced after four years and a kumquat that produced after three years. I do not have lemon because what the heck do you do with a tree full of lemons.
Reply · Report · William B on Sep 6, 2014
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What is in the kit?
Nancy C on Jun 2, 2014
Best Answer: The kit comes with a 12X12" container, and bag of DIEHARD transplant fertilizer and three bags of citrus planting mix.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Jan 9, 2015
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I bought this clementine tree two years ago. This is my second season taking it inside from the patio (BOSTON). The leaves stay green and look healthy all year but it is not bearing any fruit (two clementines total so far). Over the summer it a beautiful blossom of white, fragrant flowers but I didn't see any fruit from it. Maybe birds at the small buds? What can I do to trigger fruit growth while inside this winter? I have a sunny spot to keep it. Should I re-pot and fertilize? The tree is getting larger 3-4 feet now and I still have it in the 14-inch pot. Andy advice is appreciated. Thanks!
markfrance on Nov 12, 2015
Best Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us. You may need to manually pollination your tree to encourage more fruit production. These trees are self fertile but manual pollination can help with fruit production. Take a small paint brush and gently move the pollen around the buds to help pollinate your tree.

If your tree appears to be becoming root bound then it would be a good idea to transplant your tree into a larger container. You can also fertilize your tree with a well balanced citrus fertilizer, like Espoma Citrus Tone or Dr. Organic Earth. I hope this information is helpful. Feel free to contact us if you have additional questions at 1-888-504-2001.
Reply · Report · Chanel CStaff on Dec 16, 2015
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would I need at least 2 trees for either one to produce fruit?
Joseph on Feb 11, 2015
Best Answer: Citrus trees do not need a pollinator to produce fruit.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jan 21, 2016
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What size pot should I prepare for one of these clementine trees?
Paulla T on Jun 26, 2015
Best Answer: If you bought the 1-2 ft size, you will need a 10" pot. If you bought the larger 3-4 ft size, you will need a 14" pot. As your tree grows, you will need to transplant to a larger pot every 2-3 years, going to the next larger size each time.
Reply · Report · KarenStaff on Jul 1, 2015
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If I order the citrus planting kit, do I need the planting mix and fertilizer or is it all in the kit?
Pamela B on Jun 24, 2015
Best Answer: The kit will come with a pot, 3 bags of planting mix and a bag of fertilizer.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Sep 18, 2015
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Hello, We bought our first clementine tree a few months ago. We live in Boston MA . I think its about 3 feet. We have had tons of little tiny green oranges that just fall off before getting ripe. I tried using miracle grow food but don't know if I should try something else. Our 4 young boys are waiting and hoping and talking to it daily..lol but still not one we could eat. Should I buy 2?
sharon on Jul 4, 2014
Best Answer: Another Clementine Tree would significantly increase the fruit yield, however sometimes trees need about a year to get adjusted to their new environments before they start producing large amounts of mature fruit.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jul 10, 2014
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What type, if any, fertilizer do you recommend for the Clementine tree? I bought one a couple of days ago, and will keep it potted since I live in Pittsburgh, Pa.
By the way, on a personal note, you're adorable...LOL

Gary Ehrman
BikerGEE on Jun 3, 2014
Best Answer: I apologize for the delay in answering. We also planted ours in a large clay pot that we could bring inside during the winter. The only fertilizer we have used I sprinkling some miracle grow on top of the soil. It has done fine. This spring we got it outside early and had just thrived!
Reply · Report · Barry W on Jun 4, 2014
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How old are your 3-4 ft. Clementine Trees?
Cindy G on Mar 10, 2016
Best Answer: They are 2-3 years old.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Mar 10, 2016
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Does the Citrus Planting Kit contain everything I need to plant the tree once it arrives?
Stefanie K on May 22, 2015
Best Answer: Yes it does.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Dec 22, 2015
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Hello, I live in Pennsylvania ,
I want to plant 2 clementine trees in my yard. Will they survive the winter ?
I have a fig tree that does great with the cold weather here,
Bobby K on Sep 7, 2014
Best Answer: In PA a clementine tree will not survive the winter outside. Fig trees are more hardy that is why it can thrive all year.
Reply · Report · Angela SStaff on Jan 8, 2015
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I HAVE FLOWERS ON MY TREE, FIRST FLOWER HAD A CLEMENTINE ONE THIRD INCH IN DIAMETER AND THEN IT FELL OFF. WHAT CAN I DO TO GET THE FRUITS TO RIPEN?
Lola C on Feb 9, 2016
Best Answer: Not quite sure why it fell off. Clementine trees are sensitive to colder temps. I provide my try with 1 cup of water daily. In the spring, summer and fall the tree is outside receiving a good amount of sunlight. When the temps fall to the forties I bring the tree in but it still receives sun for most of the day. When I originally potted the tree I used the citrus fertilizer pack that fastgrowingtrees has available. Water, sun and care! Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Brad N on Feb 12, 2016
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I bought my clementine about 5 or 6 months ago. It had small fruit on it that dropped off. Someone told me to fertilize it so I did but that led to nasty little bugs. I've since took it inside (Boston resident) because its getting cold. All the leaves dropped off over the week. I have no south facing windows so I bought some grow lights. It looks sick and stressed. And I know have these fungus gnats in my house. What should I do? I realize that the tree is stressed out, do I repot it? I'm new at this, please help
sharon on Oct 18, 2014
Best Answer: I had the same problem with my tree. All but a few leaves fell off within during the winter (About 4-5 months after I bought it). I repotted it and gave it the same care I would if it were healthy. The leaves grew back during the spring (I think that's because I was able to put it back outside). From my understanding, the more light the better with citrus trees. Make sure your roots aren't too soggy.
Reply · Report · LaGregory T on Jun 14, 2015
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in regards to the patio clementine tree i live in nj so obv i cant have the plant outside year round. i have no issue bringing it in but my question is that i do have a 8x6 greenhouse. would i be able to keep it in there once the temp drops. i do know that usualy the greenhouse is around 10 degrees warmer outside and would also prevent frost. the greenhouse is basic so there is no heater but will the basic greenhouse do for this plant or in general tropicals.?
david k on Jun 30, 2014
Best Answer: I've kept the plant in a greenhouse at minimum of 45 degrees in winter and it did well, but it cannot tolerate any frost. You might want to keep it in the house instead, if your greenhouse in unheated. The plant is compact and not messy.
Reply (1) · Report · Ruth E on Jul 1, 2014
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why is my leaves falling off my tree?
carmella c on Mar 29, 2016
Best Answer: There are many reasons why this would happen. The primary would be not enough light, or not enough Water. If it is POTTED, it's very possible. Not to worry though...when the tree drops leaves..it sometimes is just going into a DORMANT phase because of the above. Just move it to a better location, or waterf it more..Fruit treees are thirsty! That being said - the other reason could be nutrients, or soil. If you do not have or use nutrients, I highly reccomend MIRACID. It's Miracle grow for ACID loving plants - and if you water daily with a little of this, I guarantee yoiu the problem will go away, and your tree will shift into a phase of blossoms, and leaf GROWTH. Check your PH too and remember - it's an acid loving plant..the acidity is the only way the roots will be able to absorb nutrients.
Reply · Report · Alan L on Mar 30, 2016
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Is this tree a self-pollinator?
Dennis F on Jun 8, 2015
Best Answer: It must be as I've had in my kitchen over the winter and it continues to grow, etc.
Reply · Report · Tish on Jun 8, 2015
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How soon does the clementine tree start producing fruits?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
Best Answer: This depends on the size of your tree. The 3 - 4 ft size should produce fruit within the first year. Generally most trees need a year to get adjusted to their new environment before they produce fruit.
Reply · Report · Allison BStaff on Jan 22, 2015
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I am going to put my plant in a pot on the patio. What do I do when it arrives?
travis on Jun 8, 2016
Best Answer: It will come with Planting Instructions.
It is best to choose a pot that compliments both your style and your landscape. Besides style you also
want to consider choosing pots that are practical for your landscape. You want to choose containers
that are a minimum of 12 inches wide or more; this is considered a 5 gallon sized container.
Make sure that your containers have drainage holes. Having containers with drainage is crucial to
your plants survival. The holes should be large enough to let out excess water, but not large enough
that soil is falling out.
Planting Mix
It is best to use a planting mix, potting soil or a homemade compost equivalent. In order to make
your own planting mix, we recommend mixing five parts compost with one parts builder sand, one
part vermiculite, and one quarter part of dry organic slow release fertilizer.
Planting
Gently remove your plants from their nursery container.
Start planting your tree in the center of the container and working outward. Scoop and fill soil in the
container as needed. The soil should be at the same level that it had in the original nursery container.
There should be no more or less of the plants stem covered.
Make sure to water your plant thoroughly after planting. After you water your plants check the soil
level and add more if necessary. Make sure that there are no air pockets in the soil.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jun 10, 2016
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does this tree ship in a pot?
Bill L on Apr 24, 2016
Best Answer: Yes it will be shipped in a black planters pot.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Apr 25, 2016
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Can I keep this clementine tree plant indoors at all times?

Which kind of pot should this tree be planted?
J O on Apr 15, 2016
Best Answer: I have had mine for almost 2 years. It has been in our sun room indoors the whole time. I planted it in a 17"X17"X14" high plastic planter. I drilled holes in the bottom and have it sitting on a plastic tray to catch the excess water. The tree lost a lot of leaves after I got it but this spring it grew them all back and has lots of new growth and flowers. I am a novice when it comes to plants so it is likely that the leaf lose was my fault.
Reply · Report · Andrew K on Apr 15, 2016
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Hello, I got my tree yesterday. Today the leaves are rolling up. Not dropping, yet. ? I thought when the leaves rolled, that meant mites/aphids or something is eating them? Help please?
amy c on Apr 14, 2016
Best Answer: Mine is the same and was so dry I'm amazed it's alive and will be more amazed if it stays alive!!
Reply · Report · Kelly D on Jun 2, 2016
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WHEN THEY HAVE FLOWERS HOW OFTEN DO YOU WATER THE TREE?
Lola C on Feb 10, 2016
Best Answer: Water management is vital to avoid excessive fruit drop and other tree problems. Poorly drain soils, excessive watering or drought stress can lead to fruit drop. Citrus trees prefer a slow, deep watering every 5 to 14 days during dry, hot weather, and every 14 to 30 days during cool, wet weather, or whenever the soil 6 inches below the surface near the tree feels dry to the touch.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Feb 10, 2016
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Are your trees gmo free? Also are they sprayed with pesticides?
Nick3003 on Jan 26, 2016
Best Answer: We are non-GMO. By law we have to spray with Bifenthrin once a year.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Jan 27, 2016
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the best fertilizer for citrus trees including clementine ?
carlos s on Dec 21, 2015
Best Answer: Espoma citrus tone
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Dec 22, 2015
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will this tree pollinate inside without bees?
?
Eugene J. M on Nov 28, 2015
Best Answer: Yes clementines, don't need to be pollinated to produce fruit, but will produce a smaller crop.
Reply · Report · Robyn .Staff on Dec 8, 2015
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What would cause a tree to begin putting on new fruit before the existing fruit has ripened? This is the second year in a row that it has started putting on new fruit while the fruit that is already on the tree is only about half ripe. It is still half green and half orange.

Is there anything I can do to keep this from happening?
James N on Sep 13, 2015
Best Answer: This happens to a few branches each year on my trees too. I think it is stress like pruning a branch or strange cliamate for a week or two that can trigger this. It does not seem to be a problem. enjoy the flowers in the off season
Reply · Report · Russell L on Sep 13, 2015
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