These varieties require 300-400 chill hours between 32-45 F (0-7 C) degrees and are suitable to grow in North central and North Florida.
UF 2000- 300 chill hours
Mid season ripening, 50-70% red skin on yellow ground color, vigorous trees and medium size fruit.
UF Blaze- 300 chill hours
Fruit development period (FDP) of 83 days. Released in 2002, 80-90% red, with a yellow orange background color, heavy cropping.
Flordadawn- 300 chill hours
FDP of 60 days, shortest of any named variety! 80% red blush, released in 1989.
UF Sharp- 325 chill hours
FDP of 105 days, released in 2006. 60% red blush on a deep yellow to orange ground color, reliable cropping with good fruit size, shape and firmness.
Flordacrest- 350 chill hours
Released in 1988, FDP of 75 days. 60-80% red blush over bright yellow ground color.
Gulf king- 350 chill hours
Released by the efforts of UF, UGA, and USDA-ARS in 2004. FDP of 77 days. Fruit 80-90% red on deep yellow ground color, firm fruit.