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The Sweetest, Juiciest Orange
…that isn’t technically an orange. The Page Mandarin is a hybrid of Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin, so it’s officially a hybrid tangelo.
Once you taste this decadent, juicy, fruit, you won’t care how it’s classified and will most likely refer to it as The Best Orange Ever.
Packed with rich, sweet flavor, they’re an instant juicy treat picked right off the vine. Pages are strongly valued by many orange growers who claim they’re the best oranges for making orange juice.
One of the Easiest Oranges to Peel
The thin, leather-like rind makes the Page easy to peel. You can peel a couple of these delights in the same time you could most larger oranges.
The fruit is relatively small; about the size of a tangerine. The intense flavor makes up for the size. You’re not likely to find them at your grocery store, because their size makes them less profitable for the grocer than a larger size orange. You'll be able to offer your guests a treat they've likely never tasted before.
Jackpot!! You’ll Get a Long Harvest Season
Page Mandarins have a longer growing season than most citrus trees. Expect your tree to blossom in the spring. You’ll receive fruit as early as October and the fruit can hang on your tree through February.
Your plants will arrive with a strong root system equipped to thrive because we’ve nurtured them for you from 1 – 2 years already.
To get the maximum return, you’ll want to pair it with other pollinizer varieties. We’ve seen great success with the Pixie Mandarin as a pollinator.
Truly Fascinating Appearance
Their stunning appearance makes the Page a star in any setting. The dark green glossy foliage is accompanied by white flowering blossoms and rich orange-red fruit.
The color combination is alluring. If you want to put yours in a container and bring inside, you’ll be adding an inexpensive elegant touch to your décor. Plus, the aroma is intoxicating and will permeate the air throughout your home.
Versatile and Easy to Own
You can grow these plants in your orchard, in your yard, or in a container. This enthusiastic plant grows upright and spreads a bit because of the weight of the fruit.
- Low Maintenance
- Pruning is only necessary if you want to reduce the growth of the tree or thin the fruit production
- Very Few Thorns
No worries about the weight of a large harvest. This is one robust producer that accommodates the fruit until you’re ready to pick it.
A few Tips on Planting
If you plan to grow you Page Mandarins outdoors, choose a spot with full sunlight and in a wind protected area. Plants should be placed 6’ to 10’ apart.
If planting in a container, the pot should be 3 times the size of the root ball. The pot should be filled with a well-draining potting mix, and compost. Make sure your plant is placed in front of a window that gets plenty of sunlight.
Whether inside or out, you should water once or twice a week. Don’t overdo it. These do better in drought conditions than they do with inundation.
Full Planting & Care Instructions
|8 ft. pruned
|October - December
|Year to Bear:
|Can Fruit the 1st year!
|Does Not Ship To:
|Grows Well In Zones:
|4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors