Famiglia: Aranci Dolci – Citrus Sinensis
Nome botanico in latino: C. sinensis “Lane Late NL C2611” nucellare
Disponibile mezzo fusto o cespuglio
Vaso di diametro 20 o 22 cm
€ 35,00 – € 100,00
A clone derived from a bud mutation of the Washington navel orange discovered in 1950 by the citrus grower L. Lane in Victoria (Australia). It is an interesting cultivar due to the persistence of the fruit on the tree, which can be harvested up to 3 months after ripening. The high-quality fruit has a small navel.
The orange flesh is very juicy and seedless. The rind is orange-yellow, of average thickness.
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