suited to the home garden. This tree is a good cropper and the
fruits, which often have navels, are of high quality, and good
flavour. Ripening occurs from late August to November.
matures late July/August. The fruit are not large or do have seed.
The degree of development of blood colour in the flesh can vary
seasonally. Colour development is more intense in hot dry climates
with high diurnal fluctuations in temperature.
sweet and juicy seedless variety of excellent flavour. Remaining
juicy for 2-3 months if left on the tree. Ripens in August.
similar to the Carters Navel. Fruit tens to be slightly larger.
Excellent flavour. Ripens August.
related to Valencia. Average-size, rich flavour, very juicy and
sweet, ripens in November and may carry right through till March.
trees are small and shapely with dense foliage, and make
attractive ornamental shrubs ideally suited to tubs. They are very
hardy and after a long, warm summer, produce heavy crops of small,
round, waxy, golden yellow to orange fruit. Pulp is juicy and
acid-sweet. Use in marmalade, preserves, or eat if fresh - skin
An attractive high
yielding fruit with a more oval shape.Early to mature with good
flavour and a deep orange colour. A vigorous grower with dark green
The attractive fruit
have a more oval shape than fruit of Orange Parent Navel, with a
deeper orange rind colour. Also is more vigorous with darker green
foliage. Excellent quality fruit, regular
and a good cropper in subtropical areas.
to other Navels. Fruit can be sweeter and larger. Ripens August.
old variety, very sour. Excellent for marmalades and preserves.
July to September.
related to Hardwood Late. Average-size, rich flavour, very juicy
and sweet, ripens in November and may carry right through till
attractive pinky orange flesh, and total lack of citric acid.
Tastes like a melon.
quality seedless fruit of excellent flavour. Fruit ripens August
and will hang on the tree for months until Harwood Late is ready.
With the two varieties you can pick sweet, juicy oranges almost
the year through.