Page mandarins are a cross between a Clementine and Minneola tangelo. The fruit is smaller, flesh colored deep orange; tender and juicy; with a flavor that is rich and sweet. It ripens November to January.
Ponkan is probably the most widely-grown mandarin in the world, being heavily-grown in China, India, and Brazil. It is a vigorous grower and has an upright bearing. At maturity it is a medium-sized tree. Ponkan fruits are usually oblate in shape, with a light orange, loosely-adherent thick rind.
Valentine Pummelo is the combination of a Pummelo, a mandarin and a blood orange. This large, grapefruit-size fruit is called a Valentine Pummelo because it is typically ready to be harvested around Valentine’s Day and because of its red pigmentation resembles a heart when halved length-wise, tapered end down. If you like mandarins, blood oranges and grapefruit, you will love a Valentine Pummelo.
UGA Pink Frost Grapefruit – The Pink Frost Grapefruit was derived by Dr. Wayne Hanna, University of Georgia. It averages 3 seeds per fruit. Its circumference is 30 to 35 cm. It produces a lot of fruit – per fruit-200 to 250 ml. It is an absolutely delicious pink grapefruit. It will make a grapefruit non-eater turn to eating grapefruit; they’re that good!
UGA Sweet Frost Tangerine – This tangerine, developed by Dr. Wayne Hanna, University of Georgia, is a Changsha tangerine made seedless. Its Brix content ranges from 11 to 12. This fruit is to die for! Kids love them as good as candy…and it’s 10 times better for them!
UGA Grand Frost Lemon – This lemon was derived by Dr. Wayne Hanna, University of Georgia, from the Ichang lemon. He has less than 6 seeds per fruit. It’s a big lemon with a circumference of fruit from 25 to 28 cm. The Grand Frost Lemon is good for cooking, cleaning, and making lemonade.