- Flower nameHassaku orange
- Scientific nameCitrus hassaku
- Place of originJapan
- Place of floweringOrchard
- Flowering seasonMay
What is Hassaku orange
Hassaku orange, scientific name:Citrus hassaku, is an evergreen small tree of the Citrus genus Rutaceae department native to Japan. As the citrus fruit is edible. The spring it makes bloom. Fire and harvest in winter sleep 1 or 2 months, from acid. Out and Peel in the mostly eaten raw flesh, pericarp (reached) without food. Light acidity is preferred.
Generic name: Hassaku orange, scientific name:Citrus hassaku, leaf: elliptic-lanceolate, phyllotaxis: vs., racemes, petal, petal number: five cards, flower diameter: 3 cm, place of origin: Japan, harvesting season: December-February, Quarter: January-may (season: March, April), fruit-shaped amygdala spherical, fruit diameter: 8 cm, fruit weight: 350-400 g, pericarp color: orange.