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Question: I just brought the mandarin orange tree,but when I read that tree will
tall about 6-20'. I wonder
Can I plant that tree in
the container? and If I plant that tree in my garden That tree will
alive in the winter?
I am living in Oklahoma city, OK. Thank you.

Answer: You can plant your mandarin tree in a container and prune it to keep it small. Citrus trees are not very frost tolerant so plan on taking your tree indoors over the winter months and then back outdoors in the spring and summer months. Indoors it will need bright light, either near a window or under a gro lamp. Enjoy your tree!

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