Citrus - Orange

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  • Ambersweet: Since one of the parents was part tangelo (a tangerine-grapefruit hybrid) Ambersweet would be 3/8 tangerine, 1/8 grapefruit and 1/2 sweet orange. Fruit are medium-sized with a diameter of 2½ up to 3¾ inches. The shape of the fruit is somewhat unique, being tapered at the stem end with a slightly pear-like overall shape. The peel is thick and tends to be rather pebbly in texture. Ease of peeling is good for eating out of hand. Seed numbers may vary greatly with as few as 0 to 30 or more seeds per fruit. Season of maturity is October to December.
  • Blood: Unique sweet flavor. Red pigmentation of flesh is dependent upton cool temperatures. The colder the tmeperature, the darker the flesh will become. Very productive. The fruit is small to medium 2 2/3"-3" with few seeds. Their season of maturity is February to April.
  • Hamlin: Fruit medium-small  2 3/4"-3", globose to slightly oblate; sometimes with low radially furrowed collar and faint areolar ring; seeds very few or none. More cold tolerant. Its season is October to January.
  • Navel: They have a lower acid content than most orange varieties and are easily peeled. Fruit is large 3"-3 1/2" with few seeds.
  • Pineapple: Medium size 2 3/4"-3", round to oval, orange color, pebbly peel. Has many seeds. The Pineapple orange is acclaimed for its juicy sweetness which makes it excellent for juicing. (It does not taste like a pineapple.) Its season is December to February.
  • Red Navel: Large fruit 3"-3 1/2", red colored flesh, very sweet. It is a excellent eating fruit that is easily peeled. Tree has a compact growth habit. Its season is October to January.
  • Valencia: This fruit represents 50% of the oranges grown in Florida. They are very juice and sweet, excellent for eating fresh or juicing. Fruit is medium sized 2 3/4"-3" with few seeds. The last orange variety for the season which is March to June.