The tree size is considered to be small to medium. The fruit is known for its red flesh. The fruit is large, flavorful, considered seedless, and appears to hold well on the tree. The fruit is also known to section and peel easily.
Most Citrus Trees are Technically not cold hardy in Central Texas. This means sometime In a 20 year period they are likely to experience a hard, killing freeze. We do have a fair amount of customers(friends really) who have planted sone varieties in the ground, outside with really good luck.(mostly Miho Satsuma, Owari Satsuma & Meyers Lemon). We do Still strongly suggest you plant yours in a 20” clay pot, using our really great potting soil.