Cara Cara Navel Oranges are pink and juicy fruit with an irresistible sweet, citrus flavor. Like many sweet oranges, these trees require prolonged periods of warmer temperatures to produce a full, tasty crop. It is an early-to-midseason navel orange believed to have developed as a spontaneous bud mutation on a Washington navel orange tree.
Blood Orange (Moro) is red is due to a water soluble anthrocyanin. The pigment is beneficial to eat, but requires cold nights and warm days to form. Blood oranges made great drink additives and decorations.
Washington Navels are delicious, seedless fruit. They are great for fresh eating because the meaty pieces of fruit are easy to peel and separate. The trees produce fruit early, yet the fruit can hang on the tree for a long time. The tree produces an incredible fragrance so the tree is not only a producer of fruit but a good landscape ornamental as well.