Tango is a sweet, seedless mandarin. Considered a medium-large mandarin, the smooth, deep orange rind is thin and easy to peel. Tango has a tendency to overbear fruit and needs regular pruning to maintain good production and good sized fruit. Self-fertile. Harvest fruit in Winter through Spring. Protect from cold temperatures below 32F.
Planted in the ground, the average mature height of a Tango Mandarin Semi-Dwarf tree is 10-15 ft. tall. The average height of the Standard tree form is 15-20 ft. tall.
The mature height and fruit production of your citrus tree depend on several environmental factors such as climate, light, soil type, texture, fertility and moisture, and pruning practices.
Semi-Dwarf vs. Standard citrus trees:
Semi-dwarf citrus trees grow to approximately two-thirds the size of a standard tree form. Depending on the position of the lower branches on the trunk, a semi-dwarf citrus can look like a bush with a short trunk, or a tree with a trunk that is shorter than the Standard tree form.