It's tempting to think that every single backyard in Florida probably has at least one citrus tree. While that may be a slight exaggeration, there's a right way and some wrong ways to plant citrus trees in Florida.
Citrus reticulata. Mandarin orange/Tangerine. Non-native, evergreen tree. Mandarins have thinner a peel than other oranges; shape is smaller and oblate. Tangerines are believed to be a type of mandarin. One variety of mandarin is the clementine. (C. x clementina). Others include "Fairchild" - popular, but seedier and produces little fruit every other year. Full sun/part shade. Fast/moderate grower.