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Plants are shipped out on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and sometimes on Saturdays....Most plants will be sent bare root wrapped in wet sphagnum moss and a plastic bag wrapped in tape for security, and sent via USPS Priority Mail. When plants arrive be sure and soak in water overnight and then plant. I take great care in wrapping plants to assure they arrive safely, but sometimes the Post Office gets careless and damages the package(See “Damage” under shipping) I only ship plants to lower 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Protectorates, and APO/FPO address no international shipping at this time, but am working on same on a country by country basis, so email me with any requests! If there are any certificates or special shipping costs above and beyond what normally occurs in my regular shipping to the lower 48 states...buyer is responsible to tell me and pay any additional costs incurred. Please immediately email or call me upon arrival of shipment, for any problems that you think might have occurred. John Talbott

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ORANGE SETO SATSUMA MANDARIN BUSH- Citrus unshiu 'Seto' Zone 9a ORANGE CALAMONDIN ORANGE TREE-Citrus mitis Zone 8b OWARI SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE- Citrus reticulata SATSUMA MANDARIN 'Owari' ZONE:  9a

ORANGE 'SETO' SATSUMA MANDARIN BUSH- Citrus unshiu 'Seto' Zone 9a

  • Can bloom year-round
  • Fruit ripens October to December to an extra sweet taste
  • Peel is thin and smooth easy to peel
  • Low spreading growth 13-15 feet tall at maturity
  • Full sun
  • Zone 8a Touted for 10-15 degrees F, but realistically this is for brief periods of time and after well established in the ground after 2-3 years. Many did not make it in the freeze of the winter of 2018; which got down to 12-14 degrees and freezing temps lasted for up to 48 hours.
Satsuma mandarins (Citrus unshiu Marc.) are among the most cold hardy citrus varieties that have sufficient fruit quality for potential commercial marketing as well as for homeowners outside the typical citrus belt in the Lower Rio Grande Valley (Mortensen, 1983). Early-maturing, high-quality, cold-tolerant varieties of satsumas were obtained from Japan for evaluation in Texas 'Miho' and 'Seto' are two such varieties developed from seed produced by controlled pollination of 'Miyagawa' satsuma (similar to 'Okitsu', which was introduced to Spain in 1983, starting its commercial spread in 1987, (IVIA, 1983)). 'Miho' and 'Seto' were obtained as seed from the Fruit Tree Research Station - Okitsu Branch, Obitsu, Shimizu, Shizuoka 424-02 Japan in November, 1984.


ORANGE CALAMONDIN ORANGE TREE-Citrus mitis Zone 8b

  • GROWN MORE FOR LANDSCAPE ORNAMENTAL THAN FRUIT ALTHOUGH FRUIT EDIBLE-small at 1 1/2 inches in circumference very acid
  • My wife is Filapino and she makes a really good citrussy drink from this fruit!!
  • Interesting and beautiful Patio/container plant or hedge to 15 feet at maturity
  • Moderately drought tolerant
  • Peel is this and smooth and peels eaisly
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Can flower year-round most fruit set is in spring
  • Fruiting in fall/winter
  • Zone 8b will freeze, carry inside in winter

OWARI SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE- Citrus reticulata SATSUMA MANDARIN 'Owari' ZONE: 9a

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 2-Gal, 3-Gal, and 5-Gal at various times of the year.


  • Cold hardy...the hardiest Satsuma Orange tree, developed byTexas A & M, for the Houston area and most of East Texas
  • Evergreen tree produces excellent fruit

  • Fragrant white spring flower most of the year favorite of bees and butterflies
  • Fruit ripens in Winter
  • Seedless and easy peeling
  • 10-12 feet tall at maturity 6 foot in container
  • Disease and pest resistant as well as cold tolerant
  • Zone 9a(20-25) in demand because of cold tolerance
BROWN SELECT SATSUMA ORANGE- Citrus unshiu Brown Select  SATSUMA  ZONE:  9a MIHO SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE- Citrus reticulata MIHO Zone: 9a NAVEL ORANGE-Citrus sinesis 'Osbeck' Zone: 9a

BROWN SELECT SATSUMA ORANGE- Citrus unshiu Brown Select SATSUMA ZONE: 9a

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 2-Gal, 3-Gal, and 5-Gal at various times of the year.


  • · Evergreen tree produces excellent fruit

    · Another one of the cold hardiest of the Satsumas

    · One of the earliest to ripen Satsuma, usually two to three weeks ahead of Owari

    · Can reach normally 7-10 feet, but can reach 12 feet in height or does well in container

    · The Brown Select Satsuma tree originated as a selected seedling of Kimbrough Satsuma tangerine in Louisiana.

    · Delicate white blooms are favorites of bees and butterflies

    · Succulent sweet fruit ripens in late October to December

    · Delicious and healthy and peels easily

    · The fruit is often seedless

    · Self fertile

    · Zone 9a(20-25F) in high demand because of cold tolerance

MIHO SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE- Citrus reticulata MIHO Zone: 9a

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.


  • Cold hardy...the hardiest Satsuma Orange tree, developed byTexas A & M, for the Houston area and most of East Texas to 20-25F degrees

    · Evergreen tree produces excellent fruit

    · Fragrant white spring flower most of the year favorite of bees and butterflies

    · Fruit ripens in Late Fall and Winter

    · Seedless and easy peeling

    · 10-12 feet tall at maturity 6 foot wide

    · Disease and pest resistant as well as cold tolerant

    · Zone 9a(20-25F) in demand because of cold tolerance

    NAVEL ORANGE-Citrus sinesis 'Osbeck' Zone: 9a

    We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

    · Cold hardy...to zone 9a
    • · Evergreen tree produces excellent fruit

      · Fragrant white spring flower most of the year favorite of bees and butterflies

      · Fruit ripens in Late Fall and Winter

      · Mostly Seedless and easy peeling

      · 10-12 feet tall at maturity 12 foot wide

      · Disease and pest resistant as well as cold tolerant

      · Zone 9a

RED NAVEL ORANGE– Citrus sinensis ‘Cara Cara’ ZONE 9a HAMLIN SWEET ORANGE-Citrus sinensis Hamlin Zone 9a Moro Blood Orange-Citrus sinensis Moro Zone 9a

    RED NAVEL ORANGE– Citrus sinensis Cara Cara ZONE 9a

    We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

    · Cold hardy...to zone 9a

    · Evergreen tree produces excellent fruit

    · Fragrant white spring flower most of the year favorite of bees and butterflies

    · Self-Fertile

    · Pink Navel Oranges Fruit ripens in November to February

    · Most popular over all varieties of oranges

    · 4-9 feet tall at maturity

    · Disease and pest resistant as well as cold tolerant

    · Zone 9a

      HAMLIN SWEET ORANGE-Citrus sinensis Hamlin Zone 9a

      We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

      · Most widely grown sweet orange in Florida

      · Among the most cold tolerant of the larger oranges

      · Probably originated in China, India, and Asia

      · Highly attractive to honey bees because of sweet blossoms

      · Hamlin is an old cultivar from as early as 1879

      · Fruit ripens early in Winter

      · Likes plenty of fertilizer, 20-40' tall 12-20 wide

      · The whole orange tree is usable: Culinarily and medicinally, the wood is used for furniture, the pulp for animal feed, the oil is extracted for cleaning, as a pesticide, and from soap to perfume, tasty food, and to attract the Giant Swallowtail Butterfly for larval food.

      · Zone 9a

Moro Blood Orange-Citrus sinensis Moro Zone 9a

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

· Cold Hardy Citrus Tree with Incredible Taste
  • · Originated with Italian and Spanish immigrants in the 1930s
  • · Highly attractive to honey bees because of sweet blossoms
  • · The reddish coloration is due to Anthocyanin, peeling is almost always with a reddish tint
  • · Smaller than common orange, with pitted skin, although in some cases may be smooth
  • · Apart from delicious taste and aroma, it is used by chefs because of visual appeal Of all blood oranges in USA, is most prominent
  • · High amounts of Vitamin C, two oranges exceed daily amount for one person, one orange is 70 calories and high in fiber and help lower blood pressure
  • · Fruit ripens in Winter, Fragrant blooms usually in spring
  • · 10-12 Feet tall and wide
  • · Full sun to partial shade
  • · Adapts to wide range of soil conditions and climate
  • · Pest and disease-resistant
  • · Zone 9a
PAGE MANDARIN Orange-Citrus reticulata  Zone 9b Clementine Mandarin Orange-Citrus reticulata ‘Clementine’ Zone: 9 PONKAN MANDARIN TANGERINE TREE -Citrus reticulata 20-25 feet Zone 8b

PAGE MANDARIN Orange-Citrus reticulata Zone 9b

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.
· Cold hardiness to light freeze zone 8
  • · Mature height 8-10 feet 4-6 width
  • · Full Sun
  • · Drought tolerance great moderate growth rate
  • · Blooms in spring fragrant harvest in Oct-Dec.
  • · Fruit 1st year
  • · Excellent flavor easy to peel
  • · All tangerines are mandarins, but all mandarins are not tangerines: four groups mandarins…most prevalent in Texas are Satsumas and Tangerines
  • · Most mandarins are more erect than other citrus
  • · Most are self-pollinating and self fruitful
  • · Most have a heavy crop one year and a lighter crop the next
  • · Mandarins are grown in tropical and subtropical areas with them being the most cold hardy of all citrus being only second to kumquats
  • · Most are grafted to Trifoliate and/or Flying Dragon trifoliate root stock
  • · Zone 9b

Clementine Mandarin Orange-Citrus reticulata ‘Clementine’ Zone: 9

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

· Evergreen with a growth habit round

· 10-12 feet tall at maturity and 15 feet wide

· Attracts butterflies and bees, bird friendly with fragrant flowers

· Origin Asian/Mediterranean Tropical

· A wonderful patio tree with luscious fruit

· Clementine Trees are hybrids between Mandarin Oranges and Sweet Orange Trees

· Some say a French Monk named Marie-Clement Rodier produced the hybrid, while others attribute it to China years before Rdier

· Made it to America about 1909

· Although Tangerines and Clementines are both linked to Mandarins, Clementines Taste very sweet while tangerines are sour.

· Easy to peel and broken apart to 8-14 sections

· Nutrients found in Clementines include fiber, calcium, potassium, and Vitamin C

  • Zone: 9

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PONKAN MANDARIN TANGERINE TREE- Citrus reticulata 20-25 feet Zone 8b

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 3-Gal, 5-Gal, and 7 Gal at various times of the year.

· Evergreen with a growth habit round

· Self fertile

· One of the oldest and most popular mandarin tangerines, due to it’s rich sweet flavor

· Ponkan tangerine tree is distinctive for its oblate shape fruit, often having a short collar or neck

· The sweet, tender, juicy flesh is pleasantly aromatic and has a rich, bright orange color

· Ripening early it’s a good choice for short season areas Nov-Jan.

· 20-25 feet tall at maturity

· Attracts butterflies and bees, bird friendly with fragrant flowers

· Origin India/Mediterranean Tropical

· A wonderful patio tree with luscious fruit

· Although Tangerines are linked to Mandarins, Ponkan Tangerines Taste very sweet while many tangerines are sour.

· Easy to peel, Ripening early it’s a good choice for short season areas Nov-Jan.

· Nutrients include fiber, calcium, potassium, and Vitamin C

  • Zone 8b (15-20 degree freeze light) Tangerines are one of the most cold hardy

Sweet Kumquat-  Fortunella crassifolia Meiwa  Zone:  8a SUNBURST TANGERINE-CITRUS reticulata ‘Sunburst’ Semi-self fertile Zone:  8b ORANGE BUMPER SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE TREE- Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy8' Zone 9a

Sweet Kumquat-Fortunella crassifolia Meiwa Zone: 8a

We grow and sell these in Gal, Full Gal, 2-Gal, 3-Gal, and 5-Gal at various times of the year.

· Sweet Kumquats are distinguished by their more rounded oval shape and their level of sweetness
  • · Kids love them
  • · Compact small growing tree ideal for container plantings or short hedges
  • · Height 10-12 feet in the ground
  • · Self fertile with fruit ripening in Oct-Ded.
  • · Kumquats are entirely edible, rind, flesh, and occasional soft seeds
  • · Skin is thick smooth oily peel with aromatic fragrances and sweet flavor
  • · Flesh is not overly juicy and tart
  • · Only by eating both the skin and flesh will its perfect sweet-tart flavor balance be experienced
  • · Average size of a kumquat is about one inch in diameter
  • · Zone 8a after established (10-15 degrees F)

    SUNBURST TANGERINE-CITRUS reticulata ‘Sunburst’ Semi-self fertile Zone: 8b

    1. Citrus reticulata ‘Sunburst’

    2. Beautiful in bloom and smell when in bloom

    3. Deep Orange color appears early in the season and is an indicator of high sugar content and high acidity

    4. Very juicy, some seeds, not zipper-skin

    5. The Vigorous, upright tree tends to be alternate-bearing

    6. Fruit benefits from thinning in heavy production years

    7. Grafted to Trifoliate rootstock

    8. Grows to 12-14 feet Tall and 8-10 wide

    9. Semi-Self Fertile.

    10. Fruit ripens in November/December

    11. We recommend another Tangerine, Tangelo, or Orange for Pollination and better fruit production.

    12. Spacing 8-10 feet

    13. Part to full sunlight

    14. Widely grown commercially

    15. Fruit Segments typically 11-14

    16. The rind is thin, smooth, and somewhat easily removed

    17. Zone: 8b, can be grown in containers in all other areas

    ORANGE BUMPER SATSUMA MANDARIN ORANGE TREE- Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy8' Zone 9a

    • Glossy green foliage
    • Fragrant flowers spring and summer
    • Fruit in winter and early spring
    • Sweet tart flavor, seedless, with easy peeling fruit
    • 10-12 feet tall at maturity; 5-7 feet in a container
    • Full sun
    • Zone 9a(20-25F)

    Temporarily out of stock ORANGE OKITSU SATSUMA MANDARIN TREE- Citrus unshiu 'Okitsu' Zone:  9a ORANGE ARCTIC FROST SATSUMA MANDARIN-Citrus reticulata Gremoy79 ZONE:  8b TAKE A 17 DEGREE FREEZE!!! Orange Orange Frostâ„¢Satsuma- Citrus reticulata Gremoy47 8b Take a 17 degree freeze!!

    ORANGE OKITSU SATSUMA MANDARIN TREE- Citrus unshiu 'Okitsu' Zone: 9a
    • Can bloom throughout the year, but fruit ripens Oct to Dec.
    • Medium-small seedless fruit with thin leathery rind
    • Satsuma Mandarin Oranges are imports from China
    • One of the cold hardiest
    • Full sun
    • Zone 9a

    ORANGE ARCTIC FROST SATSUMA MANDARIN- Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy79' ZONE: 8b

    NOTE: ONLY GROWING GRAFTED 5 GAL ANYMORE--THESE CAN BE SHIPPED--5 GAL

    We grow and sell these in 5-Gal and 7-Gal at various times of the year-- we no longer have smaller gals, as the wholesale supplier has changed, BUT PRICES HAVE LOWERED FROM $109.95 TO $89.95 IN A 5 GAL. ALSO NO LONGER BUSHES BUT TREES 4-8 FEET!!!

    • Small spreading tree 8-12 feet at maturity
    • Super cold hardy, along with Orange Frost, Texas A & M, says that this Orange bush is the hardiest for our Houston area and in East Texas
    • Fragrant white blooms in spring and various times of the year
    • Fruit in early winter
    • Grows well in a container
    • Seedless juicy easy peeling fruit
    • One of most cold tolerant Satsumas along with Orange Frost Satsuma
    • Superstar plant per Texas A & M Article: http://today.agrilife.org/2015/06/10/arctic-frost-satsuma-mandarin-hybrid-named-new-texas-superstar/
    • Zone 8b Will take a 17 degree freeze

    Orange Frost™Satsuma- Citrus reticulata 'Gremoy47' 8b

    NOTE: ONLY GROWING GRAFTED 5 GAL ANYMORE--THESE CAN BE SHIPPED--5 GAL

    We grow and sell these in 5-Gal and 7-Gal at various times of the year we no longer have smaller gals, as the wholesale supplier has changed, BUT PRICES HAVE LOWERED FROM $109.95 TO $89.95 IN A 5 GAL. ALSO NO LONGER BUSHES BUT TREES 4-8 FEET!!!

    · Small spreading tree 8-12 feet at maturity

    · Super cold hardy, along with Arctic Frost, Texas A & M, says that this Orange bush is the hardiest for our Houston area and in East Texas

    · Fragrant white blooms in spring and various times of the year

    · Fruit in early winter

    · Grows well in a container

    · Seedless juicy easy peeling fruit

    · One of most cold tolerant Satsumas along with Orange Frost Satsuma

    · Superstar plant per Texas A & M Article: http://today.agrilife.org/2015/06/10/arctic-frost-satsuma-mandarin-hybrid-named-new-texas-superstar/

    · Zone 8b Will take a 17 degree freeze

    DANCY TANGERINE-Citrus reticulata Dancy Zone:  9b hardy to 30 degrees

    DANCY TANGERINE-Citrus reticulata Dancy Zone: 9b hardy to 30 degrees

    Dancy tree is large, vigorous, densely-foliated tree upright spreading nearly thornless

    Tendency to alternate-bearing

    Flesh is deep orange with rich flavor

    Sweet taste with tart aftertaste

    Spicy with a lower acidity level than oranges therefore sweeter

    Rind is this smooth reddish-orange easily peeled

    Moderate number of seeds

    Fruits store well after harvest

    Height 10-12 feet Width 10-12 feet

    Fast growing

    Harvest in Nov-Dec

    Semi-Shade to full sun

    Zone: 9b hardy to 30 degrees