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Satsuma Orange

Satsuma Orange (Citrus unshiu)

This delightful little mandarin orange is a fantastic snacking orange because it is easy to peel and usually seedless. Satsuma oranges originated in Japan and the common name reflects the province from which the oranges were first exported to the West. They are one of the most…

Satsuma Orange

Satsuma Orange 'Owari' (Citrus reticulata)

Originally from Japan, this hardy selection is now one of the most popular Satsuma Orange varieties in the United States. The easy-to-peel fruit is loaded with vitamin C and is almost seedless. Try adding freshly peeled segments to gelatin or mixed fruit salads. 'Owari' is smaller…

Satsuma Orange

Satsuma Orange 'Seto' (Citrus reticulata)

This dwarf tree selection is highly valued for its easy-to-peel, large fruits. Once the plant is established, it is more cold hardy than most other Satsuma varieties. The fruits mature and are ready to be harvested around late November. The white blossoms are fragrant and attract…

Tangelo

Tangelo (Citrus x tangelo)

Tangelo is a hybrid cross between a tangerine and a grapefruit and can be easily identified by the "neck" on the fruit where it attached to the stem. The skin is orange-red in color and the flavor of the sweet, juicy flesh is similar to that of a mandarin orange.

Tangelo

Tangelo 'Minneola' (Citrus x)

Regarded by many as the tastiest and juiciest orange in the world, the ‘Minneola’ Tangelo is a hybrid of a 'Dancy' Tangerine and a 'Duncan' Grapefruit, developed in Florida in 1931. They are often called Honeybells because of their bell-shaped bud end and their sweet, almost…

Tangelo

Tangelo 'Orlando' (Citrus x)

The word "tangelo" is derived from this citrus tree’s parents, Tangerine and Pomelo (ancestor to the grapefruit.) Moderately vigorous and more cold resistant than its sibling ‘Minneola’, ‘Orlando’ was developed in 1911 and was originally known as ‘Lake’ Tangelo. The…

Tangerine

Tangerine (Citrus reticulata)

Tangerines (also known as Mandarin, Clementine, Satsuma oranges) 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 smaller than…

Tangerine

Tangerine 'Dancy' (Citrus reticulata)

This variety shares desirable traits of Tangerines, such as easy-to-peel fruits and deliciously sweet juice. 'Dancy' is one of the oldest Tangerine varieties, originating in Colonel F.L. Dancy's Florida grove in the 1860s. Because the skin is thin and pliable, the fruits should be…

Tangerine

Tangerine 'Sunburst' (Citrus reticulata)

This selection was introduced for commercial use in the late 1970s, and since that time has become one of the most popular Tangerines grown in the United States. A different variety of Tangerine should be planted within close proximity to act as a pollenizer tree and thereby maximize…