Thick-skinned, sweet Grapefruit
USDA Hardiness Zone: 9-11
Oroblanco produces very large, sweet seedless fruit with very fragrant flowers and beautiful glossy foliage. Oroblancos are either round- or oval-shaped with a thicker rind than grapefruit. When eaten, an oroblanco lacks bitterness associated with grapefruits and is rather sweet, even when the outer peel is still green. The oroblanco fruit has a similar taste to the scent of its flowers. Oroblancos are available from September through December. They may be peeled and eaten like an orange. They have a thick skin with an inside about the size of a mandarin. The oroblanco tree does not grow in cold conditions, but does tend to adapt quickly to its environment and is a vigorous grower.
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