AVAILABLE TO SHIP JANUARY - FEBRUARY
THE HONEYBELL STORY
This very unusual Mandarinis is known in the citrus industry as the Mineola Tangelo. However, to the general public, it is usualy called by its nickname "The Honeybell". It is a cross between a Duncan grapefruit and a Dancy tangerine resulting in its delicious tangerine flavor. The unique hybrid was created by citrus scientists in 1931 under controlled conditions, creating a fruit that was perfect in size and flavor.
Mother Nature is not always predictable, so although our flavor is perfect, there may be some variations in color and shape, and some may even have a few seeds.
The Honeybell is seedless, but if a honeybee lands on a blossom right after visiting a seeded blossom, then you'll see a few seeds.
Honeybells require tender care. They have thin skins and must be picked using clippers.