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Unique Citrus

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Calamondin

Calamondin

One of the hardiest and most attractive Citrus varieties, Calamondin blooms year-round and fills the air with its wonderful citrus fragrance. Following the flowers are abundant, tasty, 1” diameter, bright orange fruit which are used like a lemon or lime. The fruit makes delicious juice and marmalade, and is used for flavoring fish and other dishes. Calamondin is hardy to 20˚F. or below.
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Kiyomi Tangor

Kiyomi Tangor

A unique hybrid of Mandarin and Sweet Orange, Kiyomi Tangor bears good crops of large, bright orange fruit with pebbly-textured skin. Rich and spicy in flavor, it is good for fresh eating and for juice.
2635
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Pearl Tangelo

Pearl Tangelo

This unique Tangelo variety is a cross of Grapefruit and Mandarin Orange. Pearl Tangelo features particularly attractive, willow-like foliage and delectable, sweet, grapefruit-like flavor.
2626
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Sudachi Hybrid Yuzu

Sudachi Hybrid Yuzu

Prized in Japan for its very flavorful juice, Sudachi is a cross of Mandarin Orange and Yuzu. The unique, spicy juice from golf ball size Sudachi fruit is used to flavor soups, fish dishes and even ice cream and other desserts. Higher in Vitamin C than Lemons, Sudachi fruit is often picked green, when its flavor is most pronounced.
2619
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Sue Linda Temple Tangor

Sue Linda Temple Tangor

A unique cross of tangerine and sweet orange, Sue Linda Temple Tangor features sweet, richly flavored flesh with a hint of acid. This easy to peel, very attractive fruit is a great for fresh eating.
2636
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Temple Tangor

Temple Tangor

A unique cross of tangerine and sweet orange, Temple Tangor features sweet, richly flavored flesh with a hint of acid. This easy to peel, very attractive fruit is great for fresh eating.
2637
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Variegated Calamondin

Variegated Calamondin

One of the hardiest and most attractive of the sweet Citrus varieties, Calamondin is prized for its abundant crops of 1” diameter fruit which are used like a lemon or lime and makes delicious juice and marmalade. In addition to its compact form and fragrant flowers, Variegated Calamondin features attractive, creamy-white and green, variegated fruit and foliage.
2613
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Wekiwa

Wekiwa

A unique variety of Tangelo, Wekiwa produces abundant crops of delicious, large fruit. Sweet with a hint of tartness, this very flavorful fruit is bright yellow with a pink blush when ripe. Wekiwa fruit is great for fresh eating and juice.
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