This originates from Riverside, California, as a mutation of the Washington Navel orange, discovered around 1910. Introduced in Spain, specifically in Valencia, thanks to the University of California under the name “Navelina”. It is collected as one of the first oranges of the season. It has large, rounded fruits, with intense orange skin, no seeds and a large amount of juice, which makes it very good for juicing, also because of its, sweet flavor and high quality.
Gauges: 2, 3, 4.