Orange Navelate

Navelate trees are reported to be larger than those of Washington. The fruit is slightly smaller than Washington with a smaller and often concealed structure of the centre. Navelate peel is similar to that of Washington, but the skin is thinner and more difficult to be peeled. It is also mentioned that the Navelate oranges can be hanged on the tree for four months or more without noticeable loss of quality.

Processing Period: 
15 February to 30 April
Size: 
Medium, Large
Color: 
Orange to Yellow
Other Characteristics: 
Late orange variety with excellent fruit.