Definition of Satsuma tree
1. Noun. A variety of mandarin orange.
Terms within: Satsuma
Generic synonyms: Citrus Reticulata, Mandarin, Mandarin Orange, Mandarin Orange Tree
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Literary usage of Satsuma tree
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1. Citrus Fruits and Their Culture by H. Harold Hume (1911)
"A large satsuma tree on the Experiment Station grounds at Lake City, Fla., stood, on one occasion, a temperature of 16.5 degrees F. without loss of foliage. ..."
2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1904)
"Satsuma : Tree, a strong, vigorous grower, and hardy, of the Japanese class ; fruit, large ; quality, good for cooking ; color, dark red, with colored flesh ..."
3. The Plum in Kansas by Kansas State Horticultural Society (1900)
"My satsuma tree died; do n't think much of it; but the other two are No. 1. Will have Red June and Wick- son in bearing next year. I plant twelve feet apart ..."
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