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Tangerines

Tangerines come from China and are a variety of the Mandarin Orange. Less tart than the typical orange, and easy to peel, tangerines are great for snacking.

Clementine Tangerine
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This is probably the sweetest tangerine of all of the mandarin family, with a sugar rating that will reach 20. As with many of the tangerines, named after... More

Dancy Tangerine
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This is one of the original tangerines thought to originate in lands near what is now India and eventually introduced into China and Japan hundreds of years... More

Fairchild Tangerine
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This medium-sized fruit is one of the sweetest of the tangerine family and is a cross between a Clementine tangerine and an Orlando tangelo. It is a rich... More

Fallglo Tangerine
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This variety of tangerine matures the earliest at Deer Creek Heights Ranch, usually by the first week in November. The fruit is very large, often over... More

Lee Mandarin
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The Lee Mandarin is more like a tangerine in form, than what we usually associate with the Christmas Tangerine; the Satsuma Mandarin. It does peel fairly... More

Minneloa Tangelo
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W.T. Swingle and others developed the Minneola Tangelo, one of the worlds widest grown citrus hybrids, in 1931, at the USDA facility in Florida. It is a... More

Nova Tangerine
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This is one of the later varieties of tangerines that is a cross between a Clementine and an Orlando Tangelo. The trees are small but bear a lot of fruit.... More

Satsuma Mandarin
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The earliest of the citrus fruit from Deer Creek Heights Ranch; originated in the Satsuma prefecture of Japan. This fruit is so easy to peel it has been... More

TDE Triple Cross
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This fruit is an unusual triple cross of a Temple tangor, a Dancy mandarin and an Encore mandarin (formally known as TDE2 and TDE4). The genetics are... More