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So, anyone know of a nursery in south Florida carrying the Tango tree?I am convinced I need one for my collection.
Quote from: Viking Guy on April 10, 2017, 09:27:26 PMSo, anyone know of a nursery in south Florida carrying the Tango tree?I am convinced I need one for my collection. Wont find it in South Florida...not sure but I have my doubts you would find it anywhere in Florida.
I got a tango last year and should be able to get more. I live close to LaBelle, Florida 33935. If I get one or two wouldyou drive and get them? I also would consider Kishu for an earlier ripening citrus tree. They get ripe around September orOctober and are usually still green when they are ready. The climate in South Florida is very different then the climate iswhere the Wonderful Halos are grown. They have cool nights and the citrus grows very different in South Florida. I reallyenjoyed the Kishus the past two years. They are very tangy flavored and it is the only truly seedless citrus I have grown so far,Even the tangos had a few seeds. I grow 3 types of satsumas and they also had seeds and the ponkans are very seedy from thecross pollination. If you really want a tango pm me and we can make arrangementsMike
How many do you want? They would be small in citri cups. I will find out if they are still available and get back to you.There was also Early pride and possibly something else available, I can check what else is available. Mike