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Vietnamese Oranges

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Having just come back from Vietnam, I'm interested in obtaining a cutting of the cam sanh orange, also known as the King Orange. Does anyone know where to find them?
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Its probably called King Mandarin in Australia, It was grown many years ago, but now has been replaced by new types with it as a crossing parent.
here is a previous post about it.
https://www.daleysfruit.com.au/forum/king-of-siam-mandarin/
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Lazy Bob says...
Hi, I'm not sure if you are still interested in the Cam Sanh or not, but I have a mature tree that I grew from seed several years ago. I'd be happy to take a cutting of it for you.
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Linton says...
Dear LB

Very interested to see your entry about Cam Sanh. I've been looking for it for years so would like to request an additional cutting if you are able to post it to me. You can reach me directly at lintoniusathotmaildotcom. It would be most greatly appreciated.
Cheers!
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Hi Lazy Bob, interested to find out more about your Cam Sahn.....any photos of fruit ?? please email me at
paul.g1r4n5r@yahoo.com.au re cuttings. Cheers.
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Julie says...
What are the special features of this orange? Anyone know?
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Lazy Bob says...
Here's a couple of photos. It needs a bit of TLC, but is fairly happy with my hands off approach to gardening.I can assure you that it is a Cam Sanh as I ate the fruit that the seeds came from while in Vietnam.
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Thanks, very interested in growing it too.
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davewastech1 says...
What do they taste like?
And are they prone to QFF?
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jakfruit etiquette says...
This interesting topic has gone quiet ??
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Steve SEQ says...
Hi Bob,
Can we be in contact regarding Vietnamese Oranges, please?
ziebarth.steve@gmail.com
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Steve SEQ says...
Very sweet. It is a beauty.
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Edward3 says...
Please note that "cam sanh" is actually written in Vietnamese as "cam xanh" which literally means "green orange". I have seen many orchards growing these oranges in south Vietnam. They are often squeezed for juice with sugar added. Without sugar the juice is not very sweet. They are certainly not mandarins.

By the way, I read that oranges only turn orange when subjected to cool winter temperatures in temperate climates, which causes a reaction in the skin. Perhaps that is why the Vietnamese green oranges in the south stay green?
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Veronica says...
Lazy Bob I'm interested in talking to you about Cam Sahn tree.
tcaban@bigpond.net.au
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davewastech1 says...
Hi Edward3,
The Wikipedia article on Cam sành https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cam_sành is useful. Yes, it mention that it is green skinned in the tropics, but orange skinned if grown in temperate climates.
Typing "cam xanh" or "cam sanh" into Google Images gives most hits show green skinned citrus (interior are all orange coloured)
Any Vietnamese readers could perhaps help us with more details(?)
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Veronica says...
Hi, someone message me about some seeds, I'm sorry but I've lost your email
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Edward3 says...
My brother in law in Vietnam has an orange orchard which I visited recently. The oranges have a green skin but are orange inside. They were very juicy and sweet and had plenty of seeds. Incredibly, Vietnamese still like to add sugar to the juice when drinking it.
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