Aoshima Satsuma


Aoshima is an Owari mutant discovered by H. Aoshima in 1950 in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the leading late-maturing varieties of satsuma; harvested from mid-December to early January. Aoshima trees are vigorous, densely foliated and precocious as well as being reliable bearers. The fruit is larger than most other satsuma mandarin cultivars and has an attractive oblate shape with a smooth textured rind.


Translations: 青島薩摩, Aoshima ساتسوما, 아오시마 사쓰마, Aoshima סצומה, Аосхима Сатсума, Аошіма Сатсума, 奥士玛萨摩, Аошима Сатсума, Aoshima Сацума



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