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Hi there, bought Mandarin plant this year in July. Recently i noticed that new leaves r appearing from the mandarin plant, but they are different. After a thorough research on net, i came to know that another citrus plant known as Trifoliate orange is this one. I guess this plant was used for grafting the mandarin. My question is this; should i let it grow along with Mandarin or trim it. I know two or three citrus family plants can grow together from main plant. In my case , main plant is Mandarin.
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Hi Anjali, we would recommend removing the other citrus growth from your mandarin tree. This way the plant can put all its energy into growing the mandarin tree fully. Thanks, the Palmers team

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