Very flavorful, seeded tangerine and rich with a delicious sweet-tart taste. Loose skin around fruit making it easy to peel. Averages 2 seeds per section. Can be kept in the fridge for up to a week. Great for sauces.
This Dancy tangerine fruit is the first citrus to be called a tangerine as it was grown in Tangiers. It originated in Buena Vista, Florda as a seedling of a Moroccan plant. The Dancy fruit is small to medium sized, easy to peel (also known as a zipper-skin or kid glove tangerine), has seeds, has a rich and sprightly flavor, and is moderately juicy.
The Page tangerine fruit is small to medium, orange/red, has few to many seeds, and produces in large numbers. This is a great choice for fresh juice lovers.
The Satsuma fruit is the perfect treat for lunch as it's a sweet, healthy desert with very few seeds and is easy to peel. The tree is extremely cold tolerant and fairs well in diverse environments.
The Pixie tangerine is a small to medium midseason fruit with a light orange, easy to peel bumpy rind. Its flavor lends itself to being perfect in salads, lunch boxes and dessert.