Tango, Honey Tangerine, W.Murcott?
Hello everyone, I recently bought what was labeled as a "Honey Tangerine" from Vons and it was super delicious. Its those common tangerines that are somewhat large with a very strong tangerine flavor and some honey flavor and it has lots of seeds. Well, after eating this fruit, I wanted to get a tree and did some research online but its kinda confusing with all the names out there.
I'm wondering what the difference is between California Honey Tangerines, Florida Honey Murcott and W. Murcott is? I also happened uppon a thread that said there is a new variety called "Tango" that is a seedless variety of W. Murcott, I think. Is W. Murcott similar or the same thing as California Honey Tangerine?
I really want a tangerine like the one I ate but with little or no seeds. The Flavor and sweetness is what I'm really after. I love that wonderful Honey flavor. Any help sorting these varieties out will be greatly appreciated.