Citrus clementina Hort. ex Tan.
Mandarins and their hybrids
October – November
Oronules clementine is the result of the selection of a spontaneous mutation detected on a Fino or Common clementine tree in Nules (Castellón, Spain) in 1970. It is characterized by maturing earlier than Fino clementine.
TREE AND FRUIT DESCRIPTION:
It is a tree of medium vigor and slow growth, with a rounded morphology. Small, lanceolate leaves, with a tendency to curve towards the underside. Fruit of small-medium size, rounded morphology with slightly flattened poles. Intense orange rind, bright, striking. Juicy pulp, with good quality juice. Seedless in the absence of cross-pollination. Its productivity is alternating.