Navel oranges are evergreen with glossy dark green leaves and produce round seedless fruit with a secondary fruitlet embedded in the flesh at the base of the fruit. Washington Navels have a medium to thick rind with dark orange flesh. Uses: Culinary
Washington Navels ripen in Winter.
Bahia, Brisalian city, but when imported into America in1870 it was propagated and spread from Washington.
Temperate to cool subtropical
Soil PH preference
False codling moth, Scale Insects and Larvae of Citrus butterfly can cause harm to your crop or trees!