Tangerine Trees

Tangerine tree

Zone Highland, CA | Anonymous added on March 4, 2018 | Answered

We moved from Michigan to Southern California and now have a tangerine tree in our back yard. The fruit has never been sweet and juicy, probably because we don't know how to care for it. This year, there are so many tangerines on the tree, but they are small, dry and sour. I'm thinking we probably should have picked some blossoms off, among other things, like fertilizing, pruning, etc. it's a lovely tree and we've would like to be able to enjoy the fruit. Can you help?

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