Oranges

oranges

Cara Cara Red Navel: Is an early to mid-season orange early April, matures slightly earlier than the Washington Navel. Sweet and low in acid flavour, produces medium to large seedless fruit with deep rosy flesh. Temperature can alter the fruit color.

Washington Navel: Ripens early to late April to early May, the season can extends to end of September to early October. Oranges are medium to large, round, deep orange in colour, with slightly rough easy peeling skin and seedless flesh.  Best know eating orange and the riches and sweetest of the orange also good for juice.

Valencia: Has a very long ripping period, over the spring and summer.  The Valencia is a seeded orange; it is the best juicing orange, providing deep-orange juice. Fruit is of medium size of good colour, has thin skin and lots of juice. The Valencia is a large vigorous tree up to 6m, and is the most frost hardy of the oranges.

Seedless Valencia is very similar but with few seeds and fruit matures earlier than Valencia.

Blood Orange: Ripens Mid-Season, over the summer months.  The blood orange is a great eating orange, with a sweet and distinctive flavour. Produces orange round fruit with pink/red flesh and seedy. Colour is best developed in warm areas.  Fruit may lack red flesh colour, when grown in mild climates.

T.O.C (Toc Summer Navel): Is a late holding navel and crops well into summer. Fruit is round, medium to large in sized with a thin skin, excellent sweet flavour and very juicy.