*(image is for illustrative purposes only, actual tree may look different)
The Page Mandarin is a citrus that sometimes suffers from an "identity crisis". The Page mandarin was created in 1942 by workers at the U.S.D.A., and is a cross between Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin. Sounds simple enough, but hold on a second...this delightful little citrus fruit was officially released as an ORANGE, but technically speaking the variety is a tangelo hybrid since its parentage is three-fourths mandarin and one-fourth grapefruit. Huh?? Sure it sounds confusing, but make no mistake, once you grow your own Page mandarins, you will always be sure that you grew a great tasting, easy to peel, citrus fruit that is sure to please even the most discriminating citrus lover.
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO ORDERING: To allow for a shorter amount of time that your tree will be under the "stress of shipping", these young trees are shipped directly from our supplier to you. As soon as your tree is shipped, you will receive a tracking number in order to track your tree.
Also...when prepared for shipping, the soil is removed from the tree’s roots and they are carefully packed with moist wood shavings in a plastic bag. So, bare-rooted citrus trees should be planted in a 12-14” container, or in the ground and watered upon arrival.
And finally...due to USDA restrictions, citrus trees cannot be shipped to: Arizona, Texas and Florida.