Citrus sinensis. A chance seedling of the Washington navel orange, the Trovita orange is juicier and sweeter than its parent. It lacks the juvenile segment that produces a navel. Fruit is smaller than parent and may have a few seeds. The Trovita ripens in spring. Since it also blooms in spring, you may have blooms and fruit at the same time. This is the only orange that is suitable for indoor culture or for coastal areas, since it will develop a sweet flavor without a lot of heat. As of August 2016, trees are smaller than photo, 2' tall and bushy, flowering. Grown on dwarfing rootstock in 5 gal containers. Shipped in 3' x 1' x 1' braced boxes. TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK.