Evergreen, Edible fruit, Shrubs, Trees
This group of mandarinsis the source of importedcanned “mandarin oranges.”Sweet, delicate flavor; nearlyseedless, medium to large fruit.Loose skin. Earliest mandarinto ripen—early fall to lateDecember. Quickly overripensif left on tree but keeps wellin cool storage. Standard treesare spreading, to 10–15 ft. tall.Dwarf trees can be used as 6-ft. shrubs. Open, angular growth when young, becoming more compact with age. Not suited to the desert. ‘Owari’ is the main satsuma grown in the West.
Trees grow 10—12 ft. tall with large, glossy green leaves and large (5-in.), sweet-tart, yellow ...
‘Augusta Blue Skies’ is a compact hybrid with lavender-blue flowers and improved heat tolerance.
Sometimes called key lime in Hawaii. Small, green to yellow-green fruit; standard bartender’s li...