Kara Mandarin

Kara Mandarin

The Kara mandarin was developed in the early 1900's and is a cross between a King tagor and an Owari satsuma. The fruit peels fairly well and has a flesh that is tender, juicy, rich and distictive. The tree is medium to large with drooping, open habit and few thorns. This crop also bears heavily in alternate years.

Specifications

  • Hardy To: 25 Degrees
  • Ripens: February through April
  • 5 Gal: $22.00
  • 15 Gal: $59.50

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