The Dwarf Owari Satsuma Tree is a dwarf-sized evergreen mandarin tree that is cold tolerant and disease resistant. These tangerine trees produce delicate, fragrant white blooms that look incredible contrasted against the deep green of its leaves.
The Dwarf Owari Satsuma Tree, botanical name Citrus reticulata Satsuma mandarin ‘Owari’, is a dwarf-sized evergreen mandarin tree that is cold tolerant and disease resistant. This citrus tree best suited planted outdoors in USDA growing zones 8-11. You can plant this dwarf citrus tree in colder zones but you need to protect it from strong winds and frost damage. If you are in USDA growing zones 4 to 7 this citrus tree should be planted in a container so you can easily move it indoors when the weather gets too cold. Be it planted in the garden or in a pot inside your house, you will be able to enjoy the fresh, citrus scent emitted by the blooms and the fruit of your satsuma tree.
Dwarf Owari Satsuma mandarin trees have dark green foliage that is rounded in nature and nearly thornless. This citrus tree can reach up to 8-10 ft in height but can be maintained at your preferred shape and size through pruning and pinching. These tangerine trees produce delicate, fragrant white blooms that look incredible contrasted against the deep green of its leaves.
The Owari Satsuma dwarf tangerine tree is a prolific grower of excellent fruit that are typically seedless (with one or two seeds if any), sweet, succulent and easy to peel making them a favorite among children and adults alike. Furthermore, just like all other citrus fruit, Owari Satsumas are a great source of vitamin C that may boost the immune system. The Owari Satsuma dwarf tangerine is not just delicious and healthy, but is also easy to peel and eat.