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Armenian tangerine tree?

Posted by penrynca california (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 18, 13 at 17:03

A friend has a tree she calls an armenian tangerine tree. Fruit is really sweet and shaped like a mandarin. I can't seem to locate such a tree. Anyone heard of an armenian tangerine? thanks

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RE: Armenian tangerine tree?

Might your friend mean Algerian tangerine (mandarin), which is s deliciously sweet Clementine variety? - Silica

RE: Armenian tangerine tree?

I have an Egyptian Tangerine tree. It did not produce any fruit yet. An Egyptian friend gave it to me.

RE: Armenian tangerine tree?

I am beginning to think it might be an algerian tangerine as I cannot locate an "armenian" variety. Anyone know where an Algerian tangerine tree can be obtained?

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