Everyone loves to snack on Nules Clementines because their thin, loose rind is so easy to peel and their flesh can be described as juicy and sweeter than candy. Seedless or with very few seeds, Nules Clementines can be eaten fresh, served in salads, canned, and used in baked goods and marmalades. Growing among shiny, evergreen leaves, flowers appear in early May. Glossy, red-orange fruit usually ripens in October through December.
Available for shipment to the contiguous states with the exception of California, Arizona, Louisiana, and Texas
Easier to peel than oranges. Can be grown in the ground or in containers. Self-pollinating, so only one tree is needed to produce fruit. Trees should be kept out of direct sunlight until planted.
Basic planting and care instructions are included with each tree.
Prefer sunny location
Grows 6-8′ tall
Plant 10′ apart
Growing Instructions: Nules Clementine Orange trees are perhaps the best both indoor and outdoor patio plants. In the spring move your potted tree outdoors into full sun when the threat of frost is past. Bring it back indoors in the fall before the frost season begins. Fertilize regularly with high nitrogen formula, 5-3-3 ratio. Water thoroughly while letting the surface soil dry between watering. Do not overwater. Prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches. Remove any new growth or stems near the soil.