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. The Cara Cara variety has orange to red flesh. Uses: Culinary
Cara Cara Navels ripen from May to June, a little later than Washington Navels.
Graft cultivar on growing rootstock.
Move indoors in cold climate, but make sure there is enough sunlight!
Temperate to cool subtropical
Soil PH preference
High in vitamin C. Help prevent colds and flu.
Citrus often have scale problems. Also monitor for citrus butterfly and false codling moth.