Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Seedless Kishu Mandarin

At the beginning of March 2014 this Seedless Kishu Mandarin went into the orchard. Out of all the citrus trees it is doing the best as it flowered and the fruit set and we now (30 September 2014) have around 30 mandarins on it which should be ready to eat soon.

The label describes it as early maturing variety from China. Popular in specialty markets and landscapes. Excellent container specimen.

Season: November to April

Tree: Small size with round shape.

Fruit: Very small. Light yellowish-orange rind. Easy to peel, seedless, mildly sweet.

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