|Dimensions||22 × 22 × 100 cm|
The tangelo is a cross between mandarin and grapefruit. Minneola is the most well-known of the tangelo varieties commonly available in Australia. The fruit ripens in winter and is round or bell shaped with a distinct neck at the top. It has loose skin that is easy to peel, the flesh is very juicy and has a sweet flavour with slight grapefruit characteristics. The tree is a medium grower, reaching to 5 metres in good conditions and the dark orange fruit contrasts beautifully against the glossy, green leaves.