They are the fruits of the mandarin, a small citrus tree. Its shape is ellipsoidal and not spherical. Tangerines are usually eaten raw or in fruit salads. The tree is more drought-resistant than the fruit. The tree is evergreen, delicate, and easily damaged by cold. They grow in tropical and subtropical climates.

Like all citrus, so the tangerines grow in sunny and sheltered locations from strong winds and frost. They need regular watering and regular lubrication. The mandarin has many names, some of which refer to crosses between mandarins and other citrus plants.


Ortanique variety

 The tree is sturdy, large, and productive. The fruit is aromatic, tasty, and very juicy, with a high juice content and good organoleptic characteristics. Harvest begins in early February, after NOVA, until June.


Nova variety

 The fruit with an intense reddish color and is rich in juice content and is seedless. Late variety and with great resistance to refrigerating chambers. Tradable variety. Harvest in early December.