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Mandarin Orange

Mandarin Orange (Citrus reticulata)

Mandarin oranges (also known as Clementine, Satsuma oranges or tangerines) produce small, thin-skinned fruit with a wonderful sweet flavor. Most often eaten freshly peeled, the small slices are very popular for adding to lettuce, gelatin, or mixed fruit salads. Mandarin trees are…

Mandarin Orange

Mandarin Orange 'W. Murcott' (Citrus reticulata)

This appealing selection was originally from Morocco, and was introduced to the United States in 1985. Super sweet fruit and a smooth rind that is easy to peel make these mandarins a favorite among children and adults alike. Mandarin trees are smaller than standard orange trees and…

Mandarin

Mandarin 'Page' (Citrus reticulata)

This little gem was first introduced as an orange around 1942. A cross between a Minneola tangelo and a Clementine mandarin it’s considered one of the very best mandarin varieties available. The moderately pebbled peel zips off easily exposing rich, sweet fruit. Mandarin trees are…

Navel Orange

Navel Orange 'Cara Cara' (Citrus sinensis)

Navel Oranges are identified by their distinctive button formation on the opposite side of the stem. As one would expect of Navel Oranges, the 'Cara Cara' is seedless and peels/breaks apart easily. Discovered in Venezuela in the mid-1970s, the difference from other Navels is the…

Navel Orange

Navel Orange (Citrus sinensis)

The orange most popular for commercial production or home gardening because the fruits are so easy to peel and the slices separate easily. Navel oranges are also seedless, and the sweet flavor is outstanding. This orange was discovered in Brazil in the 1800s. It was a single tree…

Navel Orange

Navel Orange 'Lane Late' (Citrus sinensis)

The first late season navel orange, 'Lane Late' was brought to California from Australia. Like other navel oranges, it produces sweet seedless fruit that is easy to peel with segments that separate easily. When planted in combination with other standard orange varieties, ‘Lane…

Navel Orange

Navel Orange 'Washington' (Citrus sinensis)

'Washington' is a very compact tree that is ideal for small space landscapes or for planting in large containers on patios and decks. This old-fashioned favorite was originally imported into California in the 1880s, and has been prized ever since for its seedless, easy-to-peel fruit…

Orange

Orange 'Hamlin' (Citrus sinensis)

This variety is popular for its early-season, high yields of sweet, nearly seedless fruit and its improved cold tolerance compared to other Oranges. The fruits are excellent for making fresh squeezed juice. To make orange juice, lightly smack each fruit on the counter before cutting…

Orange

Orange 'Red Navel' (Citrus sinensis)

Navel Oranges are identified by their distinctive button formation on the opposite side of the stem. This small-to-medium sized tree is noted for its easy-to-peel sections with seedless red flesh. The fruit holds well on the tree. Each Orange is loaded with vitamin C! Eat fresh or…

Orange

Orange 'Trovita' (Citrus sinensis)

A versatile variety, the 'Trovita' Orange can be grown either indoors or outdoors. The tree is more productive when grown in desert heat, but is easily capable of developing sweet fruits indoors, without desert conditions. For a citrus tree to remain productive, it must be placed in…