Citrus reticulata 'Nules'
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Clementines are small to medium-sized evergreen trees that produce round to slightly flat fruits. The fruit has a fragrant glossy orange skin that separates readily from the segmented flesh inside. 'Nules' is a selection of Clementine with small to medium sized fruit.
Spring, Autumn, Winter
Allow fruit to ripen on the tree until the colour is fully developed. Nules will be ready to harvest in winter.
Cuttings from desired cultivar is grafted on strong rootstock
Seeds can be sown 6-12 mm deep, either indoors or outdoors and specific cultivar grafted on seedling when stem is about 10-15mm thick.
Attracts useful insects
Bees and butterflies
Clementines can be grown indoors, provided they receive enough sun.
Clementines can be grown in a large container, Make sure the plant receives enough sun and is protected from the wind.
Make a wonderful evergreen screen
Red-orange color. The fruit is juicy with a deep-orange flesh speckled with medium-sized seeds if other citrus trees can pollinate it, otherwise seedless.
Temperate to cool subtropical
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
Soil PH preference
Citrus leaf miner, aphids, citrus foot rot, ants, citrus gummosis, citrus stubborn disease, citrus black spot, alternaria