Citrus Shekwasha (mandarin Tree)

Citrus tachibana Shekwasha - an inedible citrus of approximately 6 to 13 ft in height, grows in dense green branches with young thorns. The leaves are 3 to 6 cm in length, oval-shaped, and glossy dark green. The fruit is smooth-skinned, about 3 cm in diameter, but with a high acidity that makes it is unfit to be eaten raw, though marmalade can be made. Family: Rutaceae  

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Author : Millette Réjean D.
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Online since: January 22th 2018


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Citrus Shekwasha (mandarin Tree)

Categories : Rutaceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Shrubs - Plant Family - Fruits and vegetables -

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