They are a hybrid of a tangerine and a sweet orange made sometime around the turn of the 20th century. Until recently, they were marketed under the name ‘honey tangerine.’ The rind is thin and fragrant and clings to the flesh, making them moderately easy to peel.
- Light: Full sun or very bright light
- Water: Water thoroughly, allowing the surface of the soil to dry between waterings.
- Additionally: will need to be hand-pollinated to trigger fruit production. Use a small, dry paintbrush to dab each flower. Wiggle the brush around the center of each flower, moving from flower to flower.