An Original Mandarin for Cooler Climates
The W. Murcott Mandarin is also known as Afourer. It is one of the oldest varieties of mandarins produces in Florida.It has a tendency to produce fruit in alternate years if the fruit is allowed to remain on the tree. It is more cold tolerant than other mandarins. It may or may not have seeds and has a thin rind with bronze speckles around a deep orange juicy fruit which is easy to peel and separate the sections.
The trees are more cold tolerant than other mandarins and can be grown in containers in northern areas or in the ground in southern areas of the country.
If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.
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- Easy to Peel
- Sweet Fruit
- Grow Indoors & Out
- Bronze Freckles on the Skin
|Botanical Name||Citrus x reticulata ‘W. Murcott’|
|Mature Height||8 – 10 feet|
|Mature Spread||4 – 6 feet|
|Soil Type||Well Drained|