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Navelina, Salustiana, Navelate, Navel Lane Late, Valencia Late



We work with Primofiori and Verna varieties.




The sweet orange tree comes from southern Asia regions where their cultivation has been taking place for thousands of years. Later on, it was expanded to the East through the silk route.

Sweet oranges were very popular due to their nice flavour and curative properties. During the 10th century the Arabians introduced the bitter orange tree to Europe through Andalucía and then Murcia, rapidly.

Sweet orange tree cultivation started in the 15th & 16th centuries The vast orchard of Murcia cultivates numerous varieties of oranges with particular flavours, juices, sizes through various cultivation conditions.

This allows the use of each type for the most suitable consumption: i.e. juice, in the hand, for the manufacture of different derivatives (jams, marmalades, desserts, salad fruits …), etc.




A medium size tree, more or less round crown, very dense foliage and dark green leaves, which can be easily recognised. This orange has a medium size and rounded or slightly oval shape. It is seedless and the pulp is very substantial. The skin has an intense orange colour and has a little prominent navel. This orange tree is the most resistant to the cold and time. These oranges have great quality when eaten fresh. Its oranges are of high quality for fresh consumption.



This orange tree is vigorous with a large size, vertical branches and is sensitive to cold The orange has a rounded shape or slightly flattened, almost seedless, thin skin and medium to big size. It produces a sweet-tasting orange juice, which makes it an ideal variety for both table and industrial use. The juice has a sweet flavour, thus it is ideal for fresh consumption or industrial usage.



This tree is large and vigorous with thorns, especially in the strongest branches. The leaves are clear green and it tends to produce many flowers. It tends to have a low productivity. The fruit is of medium-small size and has an oval shape. The skin is thin, firm. Its colour is pale orange. Its navel is not obvious. The pulp has a firm texture and is good for orange juice. It is seedless.


Navel Lane Late Orange

The orange tree is vigorous, with only a few thorns and dense foliage of dark green leaves. It produces good sized fruits, thin skin and moderate navel. This orange is recommended for eating, and it is very easy to peel. It has moderate quantity of juicy. It is seedless and its flavour is sweet.


Valencia late

The tree is vigorous and has a large size with tendency to grow vertically, with a few small thorns in its branches. It is highly adaptable to various climates and types of soil. The fruit has a medium-large size, rounded or slightly oval shape. The skin is thin and even or slightly granulose sometimes. It has a high quantity of orange juice with a lovely aroma and slightly acid flavour. Generally speaking, it is seedless.

Orange season

Varieties Month
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jn Jl Ag Sep Oct Nov Dec
Navelina X                   X X
Salustiana X X                 X X
Navel   X X                  
Navel Lane Late       X X              
Valencia Late       X X X X X X      



There are discrepancies about the exact location, where the lemon tree started to be cultivated. The general idea is to attribute its origins to Southeast of Asia and Malaysia.

The lemon can be found in mural paintings in Pompeii and in some roman tombs artifacts, confirming thus, this fruit was already known in the Roman Empire period.

The lemon was appreciated for its powerful detoxifying properties. The plant came to Spain and North of Africa during the Middle Age. Lemon has been cultivated in Murcia since 15th century.

The Mediterranean weather provides Murcia with excellent conditions, making this region suitable for lemon trees cultivations throughout Segura River valley. The region of Murcias native lemon varieties are: Primofiori and Verna, representing more than 95% of the total Spanish lemon cultivation.



Also called fine, its shape is spherical to oval, without a neck. The rind of the fruit is thin, smooth and has a lot of juice and high acidity. High juice content. It has a higher number of seeds than the Verna variety.



Its shape is oval and the outsides are pointed. Its skin is thick and strong, protecting it more when it is transported and packed. It is almost seedless and has a level of acidity relatively low. It has large amount of juice. It is one of most important varieties of lemon in European markets and it is cultivated in Spain.

Varieties Month
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jn Jl Ag Sep Oct Nov Dec
Primofiori X X X             X X X
Verna       X X X X          



Packaging Method
Weight Type Packed Loose
6 kg Pre-packing
6 kg Wood Box/Card
10 kg Wood Box/Card
15 kg Wood Box/Card
20 kg 1 kg Net bags x20
20 kg 2 kg Net bags x10

All packaging can be supplied with Barcodes and/or Stickers on request.

If you cannot see the packaging you require please contact us as we can also provide specialised packaging.

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