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Calamondin Orange Tree

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3-4 Year Old (3-3.5 Ft) Calamondin Orange Tree

Calamondin Orange Trees are the Most Popular Potted Citrus on the Market!


Not Available in Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, or Texas. 


Shipped in a Black Growers Pot with Soil (Pot Not Available in FL)
(Normally $119.99 + $20.00 extra shipped planted in growers pot & soil)




3 Year Warranty!



Availability: In stock

$76.99

Sale: $139.99

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Our Citrus Trees are grown and handled by world-renowned growers. It is our mission to provide the best and healthiest trees in the country. We pride ourselves on our customer relations. We aim to please you, our valued customer. Rest assured when ordering through lemoncitrustree.com. Prefer to place your order over the phone? Call us at 229-299-5555.


At LemonCitrusTree.com All of Our Trees are:

  • On Sale! Up to 60% Off the Regular Price
  • Lowest Price Guaranteed
  • Longest EVER 3-YEAR WARRANTY (You Won't Find a Warranty as Long with ANY of Our Competitors!)
  • Includes Grower's Pot & Soil for Free, Save Up to $20! (Some Restrictions Apply)


NOTE: Not all of our citrus trees can be shipped throughout the entire country due to agricultural restrictions.


Product Description:

CalamondinCitrus mitis, is an acid citrus fruit that originated in China and was introduced to the U.S. as an "acid orange" around 1900. This plant is grown more for its looks than for its fruit edibility. It performs well as a patio plant or when trimmed as a hedge. Calamondin is cold hardy in USDA Growing Zones 9-11. It is hardier to cold than any other true citrus species---only the trifoliate orange and the kumquat are more tolerant to low temperatures. The Calamondin works well as a container-grown tree in all other growing zones. Simply bring your tree indoors for the winter. The small, edible fruit is orange and measures about one inch in diameter. The shape of the fruit resembles a small tangerine. The peel is thin and smooth, yellow to yellow-orange and easily separable.

Calamondins are moderately drought-tolerant. Calamondin potted citrus plants prefer bright light for best growth and fruiting. You may keep them at medium light intensities during midwinter. The Calamondin orange is the most popular potted citrus, although Meyer lemons are also satisfactory for home use.

UPC: 700256921899

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Customer Reviews

Didn't have to wait till Spring! Review by Angela
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I love my new Calamondin Orange Tree! It arrived well packaged and covered in fruit. I couldn't be more thrilled! As someone who lives in a cold climate, I also appreciate immensely that the seller tracks the weather in the destination and only ships when temps are warm enough. If I was buying this anywhere else I would have had to wait until spring in order to make sure my little tree got here alive. But because of how much care these folks put into their business, I was able to receive my bright, sunny orange tree during a brief January thaw to brighten my home in the dead of winter. Thanks for everything! (Posted on 1/26/17)
Beautiful Healthy Specimens -Very Satisfied Review by Kathryn
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We ordered the most mature orange, lemon and lime trees for our New York City balcony. They arrived as scheduled in perfect condition. The orange tree has blossoms and many small oranges. The videos are well done and very instructive.

Lemon Citrus Tree provided helpful instructions for acclimating them and two months later they are doing great with new growth. We will move them indoors for the winter with plant lights.

The customer service representative was very helpful and patiently answered my questions. Overall we are very satisfied with our purchase.
(Posted on 8/2/16)

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