Mandarin is a citrus fruit that grows in Nepal. The Mandarin tree is known for its evergreen foliage, fragrant white blossoms, and small, easy-to-peel fruits. It typically takes 2 to 4 years for Mandarin trees to mature and start bearing fruit. Mandarins are cherished for their sweet and juicy flavor, making them a popular snack and ingredient in culinary preparations. They are rich in vitamin C and other essential nutrients. Mandarin cultivation adds a delightful citrus touch to the agricultural landscape of Nepal, providing both economic and nutritional benefits to farmers and consumers alike.