This variety is popular for its early-season, high yields of sweet, nearly seedless fruit and its improved cold tolerance compared to other Oranges. The fruits are excellent for making fresh squeezed juice. To make orange juice, lightly smack each fruit on the counter before cutting it in half. The orange may be squeezed directly into a drinking glass or strained to remove the pulp. Oranges and their juices are a good source of vitamin C.
Utilize citrus trees in the landscape just like any ornamental tree. Give enough space that light is available from all sides, away from the shade of larger trees or buildings. A great plant for large patio containers where the fragrant flowers can be enjoyed and the fruit easily picked. Can also be grown indoors if space and ample sunlight can be provided.