Navelina:  (1 Nov. – 15 Dec.)
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Navelina:  (1 Nov. – 15 Dec.)


The Navelina orange is round. This orange has a tendency to be slightly elongated, although this depends on the area where it is produced. Its pulp is dense and juicy and it is one of the earliest table orange varieties of the season. It is degreened so that it can be harvested earlier. At its optimum point of ripening, it is an intense orange color. It is a variety of orange with a high acidity content that remains until the end of its harvesting period. Like other varieties of orange from the Navel group, this fruit has a navel.