Citrus unshiu is a semi-seedless and easy-peeling citrus species, also known as unshu mikan, cold hardy mandarin, satsuma mandarin, satsuma orange, naartjie, and tangerine. It is of Chinese origin, named after Unsyu (Wenzhou), China, but introduced to the West via Japan.
|4509||Satsuma, Brown Select||3 Gallon||Medium size tree, slightly more cold hardy and ripens 1-2 weeks before Owari. Very sweet and seedless.|
|4510||Satsuma, Little Sweetie||3 Gallon||Naturally small tree with small, easy to peel fruit.|
|4511||Satsuma, Miho||3 Gallon||Extremely cold hardy. Fruit is sweet and seedless. Ripens late September or early October.|
|4512||Satsuma, Owari||3 Gallon||Very cold hardy tree. Medium sized fruit. Seedless, ripens early October.|
|4513||Satsuma, Seto||3 Gallon||Medium size tree, extremely cold hardy. Medium size fruit, smooth thin rind. Extremely sweet and seedless. Very easy to peel and segments break easily. Ripens late September to Early October. Fruit is often ready to eat when rind is still green Fruit holds well on the tree until late December.|