|Sunburst||November – January||Very good eating tangerine, easy to peel.|
|Ponkan||December – January||Great eating quality fruit, low seed count and easy to peel.|
|Robinson||October – December||Extremely sweet tasting with a dark orange flesh and peel.|
|Dancy||December – January||Most common tangerine. Loose skin and sections very easily.|
Beautiful color when mature.
|Murcott (Honey)||January – April||Very cold hardy. Hybrid of tangerine and sweet orange.|
2″ to 3″, low acid, high sugar, the very sweetest tangerine.
|Fallglo||October – November||Larger than other tangerines, excellent eating, juicy, dark orange|
|Orlando||November – January||2″ to 3″, peels easily, sections well. Most widely grown tangelo|
in Florida. More cold hardy than most citrus. Also use as a pollenizer.
|Minneola||December – April||3″, often exhibits a pronounced neck at the stem end of the fruit|
(bell shaped). Not many seeds, but extremely cold hardy.
|Nova||November – December||Medium to large size. Easily peeled. Very juicy and sweet.|
Very cold tolerant.