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. 'Morr' variety has orange-red flesh.
When plucking clementines, don’t pick those that are hard. Since the skins are thin, cut them off using a sharp shear and remove the stem after a few days.
Sow seed 6-12 mm deep, directly or in a container and graft or bud variety when seedlings are well established.
Pot size should be proportionate to the size of the plant.
Can be grown in a pot indoor if sufficient light is available.
Temperate to cool subtropical
Full Sun, Partial Sun
Soil PH preference
Fruit segments are edible
Citrus leaf miner, false codling moth, aphids, citrus foot rot, citrus gummosis, citrus stubborn disease, citrus black spot and Alternaria.