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Calamondin Orange Potted Kit

Available Spring 2018

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Plant in a pot and grow sweet-tart oranges right at home! This kit comes with one Calamondin Orange tree and also includes one 10-inch pot and saucer – perfectly suited to accommodating your new citrus tree’s root system with room to grow. Pot and saucer are made of durable, crack- and chip-resistant resin. Lightweight and resistant to fading.

  • Shipped as 6-12 inch plants.
  • Mature size can be kept smaller by pruning.
  • If you live in a cooler climate, we recommend this Kit option for growing this warm-weather plant in containers so that you can move it indoors before freezing temperatures arrive.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

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Why did you choose this?
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Because my friend killed his first one; I'm helping him learn how to be a city indoor plant gardener!
Simone H on Apr 14, 2016
Because my friend killed his first one; I'm helping him learn how to be a city indoor plant gardener!
Simone H on Apr 14, 2016
I have had an orange tree for 3 yrs and it has never bloomed. I have it in a 24in pot. My tree is good sized and puts out new leaves and branches but never blooms. I put it outside on my porch in the summer and inside by a East window in the winter. What am I doing wrong???
Momma B on Mar 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure how long it's been in that pot, but a good general rule for potted citrus trees is: If their roots have reached the inside edges of the pot, they will be encouraged to bloom. If your tree has been in that pot long enough for the roots to reach the edges, you might try to lightly root prune. Not a lot, just enough to disrupt some of the roots near the inside edge of the pot. Another option would be to use a fertilizer that encourages blooming*.

*Bonide?? Triple Super Phosphate:
What is the size of the fruit?
John A on Apr 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Small to medium; About the size of a golf ball, maybe a little larger.

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