Page Mandarin

The Page Mandarin Tree

A page mandarin tree is three-fourths mandarin and one-fourth grapefruit. This is called a tantangelo.  It’s cross between the Minneola tangelo and the Clementine mandarin. This citrus tree’s appearance is bushy with upright growth habit. It flowers abundantly and bears medium-sized fruit. Excellent mandarin choice for juicing. When indoors, fill your potting tray with water as this cultivar likes lots of humidity to produce and hold fruit.

Basic Information

Common Name Page Mandarin
Botanical Name Citrus reticulata ‘Page’
Location of Origin Indio, California
USDA Zone 9-11
Can be grown in containers? Yes

Fruit Characteristics

Flower Color White
Fruit Size Medium
Fruit Shape Round
Fruit Flavor Very Sweet
Rind Thickness Thin
Rind Texture Smooth
Rind Color Orange
Flesh Color Orange
Easy to Peel? Easy
Seeds No

Tree Details

Has Thorns?
Flower Color White
Flower Size Small-medium
Foliage Color Green
Foliage Size Small-medium
Mature Tree Height in Ground 7′ – 10′
Fruit Bearing Age 3-4 years of age
Alternate Bearing? Yes
Cool to Sweeten Fruit? Yes

Growing Conditions

Temperature Hardy to 32 ºF
Self-fertile? Yes
Sunlight Required Full Sun
Bloom Season in Minnesota Spring
Harvest Season in Minnesota Winter
Average Spring/Summer Watering Once every 1-2 weeks, more often when hot
Average Fall/Winter Watering Once every 3 weeks

Guides for Growing in Containers


3 year old page mandarin tree in July outdoors
My page mandarin tree in the middle of summer
page mandarin blossom
Page Mandarin Blossom