MORO BLOOD ORANGES
Fruit Ripens: February through May
Standard Tree Maturity Size: 15’x 12′
Semi-Dwarf Tree Maturity Size: 10’x 6′
The Moro Blood Orange has rich burgundy flesh and a thick, Orange, easy-to-peel skin. The tree bears fruit two-plus years later and grows best inland. It has few to moderate seeds and tends to be the most colorful of the Blood Oranges with a pleasant juicy taste.