Dwarf Mandarins

   
 

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email: alohafarm@aol.com 
All varieties of Aloha Honua Dwarf Citrus Trees are grown in 5 gallon pots
$60.00 ea
Some varieties available in 15 gallon pots - $125.00 ea


 
 
    
    Clementine (Algerian)


Sweet juicy fruit repens a month after Satsuma, holding well on
       the tree. Attractive foliage.             
    



     
    Gold Nugget


    Rich flavor, gold colored bumpy skin that is easy to peel. Long Season,
    ripe spring through summer.  One of the best flavored citrus in the
    world! 

 

    
    Owari Satsuma


    Seedless fruit ripens Nov. - Dec. Hardiest of all mandarins.  
    Slow growing at first but worth the wait. 

   
 
    
    Dancy


    Upright vigorous tree.  Red-orange fruit is easy to peel, ripens from
    Dec.- March depending on climate. 


 
  
     
W. Murcott (Afourer)


    Easy to peel, great flavor.  Ripe starting in March.
    Responds well to thinning if crop is heavy.



 
    
    Fremont

    Bright reddish-orange.  Flavor rich and sprightly.  Tender and juicy.  
    Heavy bearing, winter ripening.



 



    
    California Honey


    Early spring ripening fruit with a rich sweet flavor.  
    Similar to "Murcott" from Florida.
 

 
 

    
    Tango


    Seedless version of W. Murcott with excellent flavor and color.  
    Very productive with little alternate bearing.

         


            Encore 
           
          Compact decorative tree. Deep colored fruit, has some seeds.
             This variety preforms well along the coast.
 

          


          Kishu
    
           A Japanese variety with small, seedless, early ripening fruit.              Delicious and easy to peel.  GREAT for children.
      
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            Clementine/Minneola Tangelo cross produces good size
          tasty round fruit.  Mostly seedless.

         

            Pixie

            This small, fruited, seedless variety does well on the coast
            and inter coastal regions.
 
   
         

           Tahoe Gold

            Mostly seedless, even when planted with other 
            mandarins.  Spring ripening varieties with sweetheart
            flavor and deep orange color.



      Yosemite Gold

          Mostly seelsess, even when planted with other mandarins.
          Spring ripening varieties with sweetheart flavor
        and deep orange color. 
            


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