Honey Tangerine from Seed

pilut_3iMay 26, 2010

I tried something new this year.I took the seeds from honey tangerines that I just ate and planted them. The biggest seeds I planted grew into 2 or 3 plants, while the smaller seeds just grew into one plant. I'm growing them individually in small paper soup cups. Does anyone know how I can upload pics???

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malcolm_manners

I have not tried uploading pics here, but I can tell you, honey tangerine, if by that you mean the variety 'Murcott' (the Florida sense of the term) normally comes true-to-type from seed and often begins flowering in the 3rd or 4th year from seed.

    Bookmark   May 26, 2010 at 9:21PM
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