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Mandarine

Tree One Nova Mandelo
Nova s a hybrid of a mandarin and a tangelo. Easy to peel and often seedless. This exceptional fruit is fine-textured and juicy with a sweet rich flavor. Matures early and holds well on the tree.
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Tree One Shasta Gold Mandarin
Somewhat spreading in form. Fruit is seedless and moderately large size. Rich and sweet flavor when mature. Late season ripening. Tree growth is vigorous.
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Tree One Seedless Kishu Mandarin
This mandarin of Chinese origin makes a good container specimen. Fruit is seedless, mild-flavored, sweet and juicy. It ripens early and holds well on the tree. Great taste remains after peel puffs.
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Tree One Yosemite Gold Mandarin
Large seedless fruit, dark orange rind. Flesh finely-textured, sweet and juicy. Fruit holds well on the tree. Vigorous tree growth, slightly spreading.
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Tree One Gold Nugget Mandarin
An upright vigorous tree. Often declared as he best tasting mandarin. The Fruit has bumpy rind thatis fairly easy to peel.
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Tree One Dancy Tangerine
Best known commercial mandarin. Small orange-red fruit with thin lose skin. Juicy, tender, very flavorful orange flesh has some seeds.
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Tree One Owari Satsuma Mandarin
Medium sized seedless fruit, has loose easily-peeled skin. The taste is mild, sweet, and juicy. Open, spreading tree. Very cold hardy.
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Tree One Kinnow Mandarin
Makes an excellent ornamental. Medium sized, rich, sweet aromatic fruit. Densely foliated tree. Fruit holds very well on tree.
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Tree One Algerian Mandarin
Excellent early mandarin. Medium sized, easy to peel delicious fruit, few seeds. Produces heavier with Valencia orange as a pollinator.
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Tree One Honey Mandarin
Very sweet flavored. Small, easy to peel, thin-skinned fruit. Attractive vigorous tree, with or without thorns. An excellent ornamental.
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Tree One Kara Mandarin
Medium large, sweet-tart, easy to peel. Best in moderately warm inland areas. Varies in seediness. Nearly thornless, spreading tree.
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Tree One Encore Mandarin
A very juicy, mild flavored, easy peeling fruit. Orange skin with darker spots. Ripens later than most mandarins. Fruit holds well on the tree.
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Tree One Pixie Mandarin
Best in coastal or moderate zones. Late ripening seedless fruit, mild sweet flavor. Vigirous, upright tree. Fruits holds well through summer.
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Tree One Fairchild Mandarin
Fruit ahs great market appeal with bright red color, medium-thin skin, great taste; excelletn for juice. Pollinate with Dancy, Clementine, and Kinnow.
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Tree One Mediterranean Mandarin
An important veriety worldwide, sometimes called ‘Willow Leaf’. Midseason ripening of sweet, aromatic yellow-orange, very juicy fruit.
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Tree One Fremont Mandarin.
An early variety with richly sweey flavor. Alternate bearer. Bright orange, seedy fruit.
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Lime

Tree One Palestine Sweet Lime
Acidless, slightly sweet flavor. Used in Middel Eastern, Indian and Latin American cooking. Tree has spreading open character. Attractive pure wirhte flowers.
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Tree One Bears Lime
Very popular nearly seedless lime. Lower hear requirement; more cold tolerant than Mexican Lime. Known as ‘Persian’ or ‘Tahiti’ elsewhere.
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Tree One Mexican Lime
Bartender’s lime; small size green to yellowish fruit with very juicy aromatic, flavorful acid flesh. Thorny or thornless types.
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Tree One Rangpur Lime
Vigorous, very productive cold hardy tree. Reddish orange rind with orange flesh. Juicy and acidic. Ever-bearing in mild climates.
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Tree One Tavares Limequat
Excellent lime substitute. Yellow, oblong shaped fruit grows to 3 inches. Very hardy tree. Abundant fruit holds well on tree, high ornamental appeal.
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Tree One Kieffer Lime
Popular in Thai cooking. Leaves are used as flavoring as well the juice and rind. A frost tender tree. Flowers can be used in tea.
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Lemon

Tree One Eureka Lemon
Highly productive, bearing fruit year round. Major grocery store variety. Medium sized yellow fruit, nearly seedless. Vigorous grower. Low heat requirement.
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Tree One Lisbon Lemon
Very productive commercial variety. Tree and fruit tolerates heat, cold and wind. Vigorous growth.
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Tree One Improved Meyer Lemon
Sweeter than a true lemon, very juicy. Cold hardy and ever-bearing. Smaller tree size also suited to pot culture.
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Tree One Ponderosa Lemon
Lemons the size of grapefruits! Valued ornamental appearance. Fruit is flavorful and juicy. Container or garden culture.
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Tree One Variegated Pink Lemon
‘Pink Lemonade’ tree. Light pink flesh. Leaves and immature fruit are variegated. A prized ornamental specimen. Nearly ever-bearing.
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Tree One Mexican Sweet Lemon
Sweet but slightly acid flesh. Good for fresh juice, salsas and seafood. Tree has an open canopy & beautiful pink blushed flowers.
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Tree One Buddha’s Hand Citron
Also known as Fingered Citron, this fruit is a symbol of supreme happiness. Extremely fragrant fruit that is candied. Frost sensitive plant.
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Grapefruit

Tree One Oro Blanco Grapefruit
A fantastic tasting grapefruit. One of the sweetest. Pummelo x Grapefruit hybrid. Nearly seedless, white flesh. Vigorous, spreading tree. Low heat requirement.
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Tree One Marsh Seedless Grapefruit
Excellent quality whitre grapefruit. Large, thick-skinned, light yellow fruit with pale, juicy, seedless flesh. Fruit holds well on tree. Older commercial standard.
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Tree One Star Ruby Grapefruit
Large, blushed, thick-skinned fruit with seedless ruby red flesh. Compact tree. Frost sensitive. Blushes well in coastal zones.
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Tree One Riored Grapefruit
Developed in Texas. Excellent commercial variety of pink blusjed, seedless fruit. Fruit develops color in both coastal and inland regions. A dependable producer.
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Tree One Melogold Grapefruit
Very large fruit with mild sweet flavor. Grapefruit x Pummelo hybrid. Needs less heat than true grapefruit. Seedless white flesh.
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Orange

Tree One Bergamot Orange
Bergamot oil of the rind is used in Earl Grey tea and perfume. On handling or scratching the rind, the oil released has a beautifully and unique aroma. Flesh is very acidic and has a bitter flavor.
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Tree One Washington Navel Orange
#1 commercial navel. Medium to large, easy to peel fruit with juicy seedless flesh. Attractive heavy bearing tree with dense dark green foliage.
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Tree One Robertson Navel Orange
Very productive small-sized tree bears 2 – 3 weeks earlier than Washington Navel. Thick skinned, seedless fruit is identical to Washington.
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Tree One Valencia Orange
The standard juice orange. A vigorous tree with dense upright growth that produces heavily. Fruit holds very well on tree.
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Tree One Trovita Orange
Excellent flavored, medium sized, sweet and juicy with few seeds. Attractive upright tree bears heavily. Great fo cooler areas.
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Tree One Tarocco Blood Orange
Largest fruit among Blood oranges. Excellent tasting flesh is spotted red; orange skin. Vigorous open growth character.
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Tree One Sanguinelli Blood Orange
Oblong fruit with orange-skin that holds well on the tree. Deep red, nearly seedless flesh, almost berry like flavor. Early ripening.
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Tree One Moro Blood Orange
Darkest res of all Blood oranges. Develops red color even in coastal areas. Sweet and juicy, few to no seeds. Fruit holds well.
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Tree One Skaggs Bonanza Orange
Fruit similar to Washington Navel, ripens 2- to 3 weeks earlier and often beras at an earlier age. Tree size is smaller, rounder and more dense.
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Tree One Summernaval Orange
A late ripening rich flavored eating orange. Easy to peel with think rind. Vigorous, spreading growth. Large attractive leaves & russet bark.
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Tree One Palestine Jaffa Orange
Popular eating orange in the Mediterrenean. Thrives wherever navels do. Fragrant, sweet flavored fruit. Also called Shamouti.
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Tree One Midknight Valencia Orange
Originated from S. Africa. This seedless variety ripens 2-4 weeks earlier than Valencia. Excellent commercial & backyard producer.
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Tree One Chinotto Sour Orange
This unusual myrtle leaf sour orange grows into a uniquely handsome small tree. Fruit prized for making candy. Stes clusters of fruits.
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Tree One Lane Late Orange
Ripens 4 to 6 weeks later than Washington Orange. Excellent seedless fruit, easy to peel. Holds well on tree. Hails from Australia.
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Tree One Fukumoto Orange
An excellent tasting early maturing navel. Attractive orange-red rind that is easy to peel.
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Other Citrus

Tree One Chandler Pummelo
The standard for commercial pummelos. Very large, yellow fruit with very thick skin. Pinkish flesh has a very sweet flavor. Beautiful, dark-green foliage.
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Tree One Minneola Tangelo
Mandarin x grapefruit. Large redish orange fruit with prominent neck. Peels easy. Juicy and few seeds. Bears heavily. Unique rich tart flavor.
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Tree One Nagami Kumquat
Small, oval, bright orange fruit, tender, sweet rind with moderately sour flash and few seeds. Used in a marmalade or eaten fresh with rind.
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Tree One Meiwa Kumquat
Sweetest of commercial kumquat varieties; best variety for fresh fruit use. Rounded, orange colored fruit has a sweet rind. Excellent for container growing.
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Tree One Calamondin
The fruit is larger than a kumquat, with sweet rind and juicy, tart center when ripe. Make preserves or marmalade. A fine ornamental.
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Tree One Variegated Calamondin
A spectacular ornamentalwith beautifully variegatedleaves and fruit. Fruit holds variegation when ripe. A tart fruit with a sweet rind.
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Tree One Bouquet de Fleurs
Plentiful richly-fragrant blossoms adorn this prized ornamental citrus. Fruit is juicy & sour. Especially lovely specimen, patio tree, or hedge.
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Tree One Eustis Limequat
Mexican Lime x Kumquat. Highly productive. Light yellow round fruit. Very cold hardy. Good choice for espalier.
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Tree One Fukushu Kumquat
Very attractive and cold hardy tree. Compact growth habit. Wonderful ornamental qualities. Round fruit with thin rinds that is eaten whole. Heavy producer.
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