The Mandarin Mystery
Have you ever wondered how long it takes for a Mandarin to grow? It’s not as simple of an answer as you may think. Growing Mandarins is a mystery that has perplexed many gardeners and fruit enthusiasts alike.
A Lengthy Journey
The journey from seed to fruit can take up to three years, depending on various factors such as climate and soil conditions. The first year is dedicated solely to growth, where the tree establishes its roots and branches, with no fruit in sight.
Patience Is Key
It’s important to keep in mind that growing Mandarins requires patience. In the second year, small green fruits begin to appear on the tree but these are usually immature and should be removed so that all nutrients go into developing strong roots and foliage.
< H2> Time To Harvest
Finally comes time for harvesting – this occurs between November through March when trees can produce their bright-orange fruit. With the right care and attention paid throughout those initial years of growth, one Mandarin tree can yield forty pounds (18 kg) of delicious citrus fruit!
< H2> Conclusion: Worth The Wait
In conclusion, though growing mandarin may seem like an enigma at first glance requiring both skillfulness & knowledge; patience & perseverance – it’s definitely worth it once those oranges finally make their way onto your plate or juice glass!