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Default Ambersweet4 orange.

Ambersweet orange.
This delightful new variety was developed in Orlando in 1989, so
trees are still too young to bear much fruit. But if you see
Ambersweet oranges in the
market, buy them. They are almost as large as naval oranges, with an
easy-to-peel skin
and a tart-sweet, slightly spicy flavor. They have few seeds and
plenty of juice. Use
sections in fruit salads or arrange in a pinwheel atop a glamorous
fresh orange tart. Add
the sections to salad greens and

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