*One of Greg's favorite trees! Daisy is a cross between Fortune and Fremont mandarins and is considered to be better than either of its parents. Daisy produces a medium-large, mid-season mandarin with an attractive dark orange rind. It peels and sections moderately well. The spreading tree produces a heavy crop with the fruit held in large clusters, but it has a strong tendency to be highly alternate bearing. Daisy is moderately seedy with one to three seeds per section. The fruits mature in mid-December.