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Norris Early Orange Tree

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Tony starts with ...
I am trying to buy a Norris Early Orange Tree. This variety is apparently very cold tolerant and goes well down here in Warrnambool. Does anyone know how to get hold of this tree or know anything about it?
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31st March 2008 8:47pm
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aNON says...
According to my old books its a seeded orange ie a common oarnge and thus not very trendy these days.
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SX says...
I have aslo been looking for the Early Norris orange as my parents were given one many years ago and it was a great orange - early season, prolific fruit and sweet, nice texture and easy to peel. It had very few seeds.
This the only info I could find on the internet ...

Hamlin was found as a spontaneous seedling in the garden of A.G. Hamlin near Glenwood, Florida. It proved to be a new variety and was named after its finder. Hamlin has survived severe weather and several nights of frost, which has made it a popular variety in the northernmost regions of the citrus belt.

Hamlin is an early variety, the first fruit reach maturity in October and are seedless. Hamlin is juicy and very productive. It is one of the most important varieties for the Florida orange juice industry.

Hamlin is also known as Norris.
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