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Where To Buy Florida Oranges Near Me

Hi Steve! The season for Seville oranges is between December and February. We would suggest you do a Google search to find a place where you can pick them or have them shipped depending on where you live. Authentic Regards, Team Authentic Florida

where to buy florida oranges near me

Most of the oranges in Florida are grown in the southern two-thirds where they are unlikely to see a freeze. This climate is what makes Florida oranges some of the best in the world, the heat and humidity leads to sweet and juicy oranges.

There are so many different types of oranges in Florida and even more types of citrus! Here is a short breakdown of the most common varieties as well as when they are in season! Sources: visitflorida, edis, blogs.ifas

Other Attractions: There is a large farm shop you can shop at before or after you pick your florida oranges. They have everything from orange blossom candles, orange juice, and picked-for-you fruit to Florida citrus themed gifts and desserts.

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Blood oranges are in season from December through May, though the exact months vary depending on what type of blood orange you're buying. The Moro variety is available from December through March, while the Tarocco is available from January through May. Blood oranges are readily available during these winter and spring months because the climate where the fruit trees grow plays a role in the formation of the red hue, according to the National Gardening Association. The temperature is thought to play a part in the darkness of the red color and how pronounced it is, but the exact temperature requirements remain unknown, the National Gardening Association reports.

This sprawling 2,500 acre estate and citrus grove has acres of trees to pick oranges, tangerines, grapefruit and other citrus fruits. There are over 50 varieties to choose from. In fact, the groves are so big you will need to refer to a map and choose which type of fruit you want to know where to go.

Navel oranges are seedless fruits that grow in the same regions that Valencia oranges do. In the US, this means that they primarily grow in California and Florida. They get their name from the fact that they have a small navel-like button where they were once attached to the branches of the tree they grew on. These oranges are in season from November through June, so that's when they're at their ripest. 041b061a72

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