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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)

The orange is the fruit of the citrus species Citrus × sinensis in the family Rutaceae. It is also .... The orange is unknown in the wild state; it is assumed to have originated in ... Spanish missionaries brought orange trees to Arizona between 1707 and 1710, while the Franciscans did the same in San Diego, California, in 1769.

quatr.us/china/oranges-lemons-come.htm

Jun 22, 2017 ... The first wild ancestors of oranges and lemons probably evolved in Australia and New Guinea. The first people probably began eating them ...

www.britannica.com/plant/orange-fruit

Oranges are picked when fully ripe, for, unlike some deciduous fruits, they do not ripen or improve in quality after being picked. The trees bear abundantly from ...

www.historyofthings.com/history-of-orange-fruit

May 12, 2009 ... Orange trees originate in in India, with some varieties being found in the ... oranges back to Europe from the Tamil kingdoms, though we do ...

www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/orange.html

The orange is unknown in the wild state; is assumed to have originated in .... However, the tree tends to alternate-bearing, the fruit does not hold for long on the ...

www.buzzle.com/articles/history-of-orange-fruit.html

Sep 2, 2016 ... Orange trees were grown in Southeast Asia since ancient times. ... orange. Did You Know? In 1493, Columbus brought orange seeds from Spain's .... Where dose the blood orange come from and how was it cultivated - Nay ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Orange_(fruit)

Oranges are considered to have originated in either India, Vietnam, or southern ... and so not only do the navel oranges of today have exactly the same genetic ...

mentalfloss.com/article/29942/which-came-first-orange-color-or-orange-fruit

The earliest recorded use of orange the fruit in English is from the 1300s and came to us from the Old ... The Sanskrit word's origin is unclear, but it might come from a Dravidian word meaning "fragrant." .... But how did this tradition begin?

www.orangering.com/Articles/Detail/Navel-Oranges--Where-Did-they-Come-From/14.cfm

Navel oranges are everywhere this time of year – on produce stands, in the produce aisle, in gift baskets. But did you know that this citrus favorite was the result ...