Oranges

Navel Oranges

  • Lower acid content than most orange varieties. Easily peeled with excellent flavor. Light producer. Few seeds.
  • Has large fruit about 3 - 3.5 inches diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - January.

Hamlin Oranges

  • Most commonly grown early season orange in Florida. Eaily peeled, very juicy. Excellent juice fruit, very heavy producer. Few seeds.
  • Medium size fruit about 2.75 - 3 inches diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - January.

Valencia Oranges

  • Represents 50% of oranges grown in Florida. Very juicy. Excellent for eating or juice. The last of orange variety for the season. Few seeds.
  • Medium fruit size about 2.75 - 3 inches diameter.
  • Season of maturity March - June.

Page Oranges

  • High fruit quality, very sweet, heavy producer. Seed count varies from low to high.
  • Small fruit about 2 - 2.5 inches in diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - February.

Blood Oranges

  • Unique sweet flavor. Red pigment in flesh is dependent upon cool or colder temperatures. Darker in colder areas. Good producer. Few seeds.
  • Small to medium size fruit about 2.5 - 2.75 inches in diameter.
  • Season of maturity February - April.

Pineapple Oranges

  • Sweet juice flavor, excellent for juicing. Heavy producer. Many seeds.
  • Medium size fruit about 2.75 - 3 inches in diameter.
  • Season of maturity December - February.

Parson Brown Oranges

  • Produces a good crop of high quality fruit. Excellent juice fruit. Many seeds.
  • Medium sizes about 2.75 - 3 inches in diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - February.

Red Navel Oranges

  • Red colored flesh, very sweet. Attractive in salads, easily peeled. Excellent eating fruit. Tree has compact growth habit. Few seeds.
  • Large fruit about 3 - 3.5 inches in diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - January.

Temple Oranges

  • Sweetly tart flesh and a good number of seeds. Good flavor with high sugars. Very good mid-season orange.
  • Loose-skinned & easy to peel orange somewhat oval in shape and has a rough, thick, deep orange skin.
  • Season of maturity January - March.

Ambersweet Oranges

  • Hybrid of Clementine tangerine by Orlando tangelo.
  • Seed count varies from low to high. Easy to peel, good for eating out of hand.
  • Unique fruit shape tapered at the stem end with a slightly pear-like overall shape.
  • Medium-sized with a diameter of 2½ up to 3¾ inches diameter.
  • Season of maturity October - January.