W.F.T CITRUS

we grow a variety of citrus. We mostly carry winter navel varieties however we have expanded to other spring varieties as well.

We have been growing citrus since the 1980’s and our oranges are sustainably grown. Our orange season lasts from November through early/mid-summer. We believe that growing diverse varieties is essential to keeping a sustainable environment, it also gives our customers a choice to develop their preferences on varieties. Our spring season varieties include Trovita, Lane-Late Navels and Valencia Oranges. (Hover below to view citrus descriptions)

We have been growing citrus since the 1980’s and our oranges are sustainably grown. Our orange season lasts from November through early/mid-summer. We believe that growing diverse varieties is essential to keeping a sustainable environment, it also gives our customers a choice to develop their preferences on varieties. Our spring season varieties include Trovita, Lane-Late Navels and Valencia Oranges. (Hover below to view citrus descriptions)

Cara Cara Navel Oranges   Thought to be a mutation of the Washington Navel, the Cara was brought to California in the 80’s from Venezuela. Considered a specialty orange it is often confused as a Blood Orange.

Cara Cara Navel Oranges

Thought to be a mutation of the Washington Navel, the Cara was brought to California in the 80’s from Venezuela. Considered a specialty orange it is often confused as a Blood Orange.

NewHall Navel Oranges   NH Navels are a newer navel variety. They are oblong shaped and ripen early then the traditional Washington navel. They are sweet and mild in acidity. They are also have thicker peels making them suitable for easy peeling.

NewHall Navel Oranges

NH Navels are a newer navel variety. They are oblong shaped and ripen early then the traditional Washington navel. They are sweet and mild in acidity. They are also have thicker peels making them suitable for easy peeling.

Washington Navel Orange    Developed in Riverside and considered to be the traditional parent navel orange, the Washington Navel is a commercial navel variety. It has a thin peel, is juicy and has a sweet tangy flavor.

Washington Navel Orange

Developed in Riverside and considered to be the traditional parent navel orange, the Washington Navel is a commercial navel variety. It has a thin peel, is juicy and has a sweet tangy flavor.

Moro Blood Oranges   Originally from Sicily and thought to be a mutation of another blood orange. The Moro is considered to have the deepest flesh of other blood oranges and has a hint of a berry type taste.

Moro Blood Oranges

Originally from Sicily and thought to be a mutation of another blood orange. The Moro is considered to have the deepest flesh of other blood oranges and has a hint of a berry type taste.