Tuesday, April 7, 2020

When Our Tangerine Flowers Turn into Fruits

Tangerines' flowers are in bloom.

Our backyard fruit flowers, Tangerine bloomed about early March in this year. Then, the sweet aroma of Tangerines' blooms had gone, the flowers turned into tiny fruits.

In case you have no idea about this fruit, it is said that Tangerine is a citrus fruit from cross hybrids of a Mandarin and an orange varieties.

There are 3 main varieties of Tangerine that available in the markets. They are:
- Clementines
- Temples
- Tangelos

Our variety look like clementines. The tastes of these varieties are different, but all of them are so sweet and delicious. They are also rich of Vitamin C.



Flowers turn into fruits

Last week, the petals of flowers were cracking in the same time. The white petal with yellow stamens were very attractive.

The flowers' scent and performance attracted the small bees and little bugs.


The flowers are wilting, the fruits are coming up

I could hear the bees were buzzing happily. They were very busy for sucking nectar from one flower to another and others.

I enjoyed observing them from far, from my windows. The flowers were exciting to welcome the bees and the tiny bugs.

These small creatures flew around the tree from in the early morning to the evening. They were hard working creatures to pollinate, to transfer pollen from male to female part of those flowers, so the flowers became fruits. 


The fruits are getting bigger.

These tiny fruits need a long time to perfectly ripe. They will be in their prime in between October to November.

Ripe tangerines are quite soft to touch and more juices compare to oranges. Their size are smaller than orange, but sweeter and less sour than orange.


Do you have fruit trees in your backyard? What kind of fruit trees?

94 comments:

  1. Dear Evi! How are you? I do hope you are well. I am fond of tangerines. I very often buy them. Yummy!

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    1. I am fine, Irina!
      I am strictly staying at home.

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  2. My favourite citrus fruit! I can't wait to see when they are ripe in Autumn :-)

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  3. Me encantan. En casa de mi hija hay mandarinos y que delicioso aroma despiden y su fruto delicioso. Saludos amiga.

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  4. Un post molto interessante su uno dei frutti che più prediligo...il resoconto è così interessante che giunge il sentore aromatico della buccia. Certo si tratta della mia fantasia, ma è la potenza dell'immagine che suggerisce l'odore.

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  5. It's very nice that you convex this topic and give us where you can find vitamin C not to take in tablets but to give natural relief.

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  6. Awesome, i love tangerine fruit and candy :)

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  7. Add insight into flowers and fruit. Great article

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  8. in my family home in the yard is a nut (I do not know if it counts in the category of "fruit trees" i) and I also do not know how it currently looks ...
    I remember when I once wanted to grow a tangerine in a pot - from seeds 😂
    of course nothing came of it
    Regards
    Lili

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  9. Wow your tangerine looks so beautiful. I wish to have a garden one day xx

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  10. Its wonderful to see flowers turn into fruits. we have a peach tree in our yard.

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  11. Fascinating! I always look forward to tangerine season every year.

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  12. Dear Evi!
    I love tangerines. Do the flowers smell as beautiful as oranges?
    Hugs and greetings.

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  13. Bellissime immagini della natura.
    Un caro saluto,silviva

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  14. Look good. We have an apple tree. I would like to grow more but slugs are a problem where we live! And the weather of course, not too great in Scotland haha!

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    1. Thank you. Apple trees sound great! Slugs? Oh no

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  15. My parents used to grow fruit trees, such as oranges, tangelos and pomelos. I cannot consume such fruit because of acid reflux disease.

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    1. Sounds great!
      I am sorry about your stomach problem, Gigi!

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  16. I love citrus but I don't know if I've ever seen the actual trees or blossoms -- just heard of orange blossoms. Thanks for this. I wish my computer had a fragrance button!

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  17. Very instructive article, Evi, Thank you very much. I love tangerines worse in my garden I only have lemons. You should also plant tangerines and oranges, and why not grapefruit. Vitamin C is essential.

    Super huge hugs, friend.

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  18. Las flores,esas maravillas de la evolución.

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  19. Aunque el mundo está medio parado. La primavera sigue dando vida.
    Cuídate Evi
    Desde casa te mando este abrazo 🙅

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  20. There's an apple tree in my garden that my grandfather planted many years ago.

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    1. Sounds so lovely! It must be a big tree with lots of fruits.

      Thanks

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  21. Lo único que se me ocurre decir con el calor que hay en éstos momentos es: ¡Wow que imágenes tan lindas, que color de naturaleza tan verde y fresco! quisiera estar descansando bajo esa sombra!!!

    Besotes y abrazos inmensos!!

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  22. uy que ganas de mandarinas. yo tengo un árbol de higos, limones, nisperos, un árbol de capulis y uvillas. Te mando un beso

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  23. Post interessante. In Italia chiamiamo “clementine” l’incrocio fra un mandarino e un arancio e le chiamiamo anche “mandararancio” e il sapore ricorda più l’arancio che il mandarino.
    Felice giornata, un abbraccio
    enrico

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  25. We also have all three and we love it
    Kiss:D

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  26. Bel post, da noi si chiamano "Clementine" un ottimo frutto e tanta vitamina "C".
    Buona giornata.

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  27. So beutiful blossom!!! Have a good spring )))

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  28. The mandarin has beautiful flowers! Hugs!

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    1. The flowers are beautiful and nice fragrance!

      Thank you :)

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  29. Great information amount clementine

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  30. Oh, it is wonderful you have a tangerine tree in your garden! Thanks for sharing all the beautiful pictures.
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  31. I love tangerines, oranges, clementines. They are fruits rich in vitamin C that help to prevent and cure the flu, for example.

    The photo is delicious

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  32. wow! beautifull flowers! I love clementines and i can only imagine how delicious theywill be :)

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  33. Lovely flowers

    Kisses
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  34. What a lovely post, Evi! No, no fruit trees here, but looking forward to the veggies:)

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  35. What a blessing to have your own fruit tree,especially tangerine, love them!

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  36. that's so nice you will have tangerine in your back yard soon! :)

    Hope that you are having a nice week :) We are enjoying the Easter break, at home of course.

    Away From Blue

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  37. So beautiful! This makes me wish I had a harden full of flowers.

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  38. Nos traes siempre unos post estupendos. Me encantan los árboles y su simpleza en crear fruta.
    Besos

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  39. How I wish I could grow tangerine in my garden. Happy weekend.

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  40. That's beautiful. Beautiful fruit flowers. I like mandarins.

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  41. It is so beautiful to see flowers this time pf year, makes me hopeful about future.

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  42. Flowers looks so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  43. Thanks for the beautiful post!

    Have a nice day)  

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  44. I don´t have fruit trees in my backyard but I have a lot of plants ❤ Happy Easter!

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  45. Keren mba Evi, di amrik masih punya halaman belakang. Bisa nanam2 bunga dan pohon buah

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  46. Yo tengo cerezos, mandarino, naranjo, melocotón, nispero y alguno más. Besos y salud.

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  47. Beautiful photos! I like tangerine so much!

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  48. Amiga mia,tener un poco de fantasias es muy necesario en estos tiempos.

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  49. We have a kumquat tree and no one eats them at all! They are too sour.

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  50. I don't have any fruit trees, but my mom was telling me at my grandparents house there was a peach tree, walnut tree, and pecan tree. There was also a strawberry patch.

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  51. oh that reminded me my grandma house back in native village ,they had orange tree and i loved the smell of not just it's flowers but leaves also had strong pleasant aroma
    my mom planted an orange tree in her yard too later
    you have beautiful garden area :)

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