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Mandarins are becoming the most popular fruit sold in the US market. The smaller "snack-sized" fruit is often easy to peel and most desirable when seedless. There is great variability in fruit quality due to climate and soils. Cold nights and warm days make for more intense color and flavor. Mandarins tend to be alternate bearing. Two of our favorites: Gold Nugget and Owari Satsuma.

gold_nugget_mandarinGold Nugget Mandarin (Patented)

Fruit is seedless, richly flavored and easy to peel. Remarkably frost tolerant trees begin bearing in March. Unlike many other mandarins, fruit holds well on the tree through summer. 

tango_mandarinTango Mandarin (Patented)

University of California's introduction. This Clementine type is basically W. Murcott without seeds! Deep orange colored fruit are smooth skinned with sweet flavor. Matures in January and holds well on the tree through April. 

owari_satsuma_mandarinOwari Satsuma Mandarin

Hardiest tree of all mandarins. Fruit Ripens in November, December and is usually picked before the first frost. Seedless fruit peels easily.  

dancy_tangerineDancy Tangerine

Often found on fruit stands at Christmas time. Heavily laden trees are popular for Chinese New Year.

clementine_mandarinClementine Mandarin (Algerian)

From North Africa. Ripens about a month after Satsuma, classic sweet/tart mandarin flavor.

murcott_mandarinMurcott Mandarin

Spring ripening with orange colored flesh. Tender, juicy, mild and sweet. Also called Florida Honey. May need thinning for larger fruit.

ca honCalifornia Honey Mandarin

An early spring ripening mandarin, similar to the Murcott with its rich, sweet flavor. May need thinning for larger fruit. 

wmurW. Murcott Mandarin

Also known as Afourer, this spring ripening Moroccan mandarin peels easily and has great sprightly flavor. 

kinnow mandarinKinnow Mandarin

Attractive upright growth habit. Spring ripening, sweet juicy fruit with seeds. A major commercial variety in Pakistan. 

Kara Mandarin

A cross between King and Satsuma varieties, this spring ripening mandarin is best suited to inland regions. More frost sensitive than its Satsuma parent. 

page_mandarinPage Mandarin

Juicy, sweet cross between Minneola tangelo and Clementine mandarin. Round fruit has deep orange rind, which is thin but can be peeled. A good choice to complete a citrus collection. It is more productive with nearby pollinator trees: mandarins or the Valencia orange. 

pixie mandarinPixie Mandarin

A late-maturing variety with upright, open growth habit. It is best suited to coastal and inter-coastal regions. Easy to peel and moderately juicy with pleasant, mild flavor. 

seedless_kishu_mandarinSeedless Kishu Mandarin

This early ripening mandarin, popular in Japan, produces very sweet, seedless, easy to peel fruit that ripens earlier than Owari Satsuma. Since the fruit is small and soft, it is not grown commercially, but it is becoming a gardener's favorite.