Orlando Tangelos closely resemble an orange in color. They are very sweet and juicy. The size and shape of the fruit have a resemblance to a tangerine. The skin is thin and fairly easy to peel. Orlando tangelos are recognized as being one of the more cold-tolerant varieties. Tangelos can be grown outdoors in USDA zones 9 – 11, or as a container-grown tree in other regions of the U.S.if brought indoors for the winter.