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Dress Up Your Table with Honeybell Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Some people are trying to get away from the idea of flowers as a centerpiece but aren't quiet sure what they should do. While flowers make a beautiful decoration, there are people in increasing numbers who are allergic to certain varieties–this makes it difficult for a host... more

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Make the Switch to Honeybell Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia For many people plain Florida oranges or Navel oranges just don't suit their tastes. Some consider these varieties too tart and are looking for something that is sweeter and juicier. If you don't mind waiting until January for your oranges, you can order honeybell oranges to fit... more

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The Famous Honeybell Orange

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What does it take to make the perfect fruit? You might think that good soil, sunshine, rainfall, and a little TLC are all you need to produce esculent edibles, but you'd be wrong. In the past century or so, many of the most popular fruits were created through hybridization–which is... more

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The Growing and Harvesting of Honeybell Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia Until you have tasted honeybell oranges, you can never know a fruit that is so sweet and juicy. Its unique taste combined with its shape and limited availability makes it a very popular choice among those who have the good fortune to taste honeybell oranges. Unlike ordinary... more

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Honeybell Oranges: The Winter Fruit

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Image via Wikipedia The one interesting distinction regarding honeybell oranges is that they are available only during the winter season, specifically in the month of January, which is the peak months for honeybell oranges, and early February. This is one reason that honeybell oranges are so popular and so rare.... more

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Describing Honeybell Oranges

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Image by Anders Lennver via Flickr Honeybell oranges, also referred to as Minneola Tangelos, are not just like any other oranges; they possess a distinct size, shape, taste, color and consistency all their own. The location for which the honeybell oranges are known to grow is also specific to their... more

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Brighten Up Your Fruit Basket with Honeybell Oranges

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Image by Muffet via Flickr There are many different kinds of oranges, and it always makes for a better taste to add something different. Honeybell oranges are very sweet and juicy compared to regular oranges and are not available for purchase before the month of January. Honeybell oranges are not... more

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Honeybell Oranges for the Holidays

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Image by tbertor1 via Flickr Honeybells are sometimes called Christmas oranges because they come into peak season around the Christmas holiday. Generally Honeybells are ripe and ready to eat from December through early February. Because they have such a limited growing season Honeybells are highly prized. Many people order Honeybells... more

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A Brief History of the Honeybell Orange

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As one of the rarest citrus fruits around, the history of the Honeybell Orange can be difficult to nail down. A simple Internet search will tell you that the now famous fruit was introduced in 1931, but its creator remains a mystery. The fact that several different fruit growers have... more

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Get Fit with Honeybell Oranges

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Image by kthread via Flickr Honeybells are the perfect fruit to eat to help you get fit and healthy in the new year. Normally after the holiday season when people have been gorging on sweets and rich foods for a month or more they start to make plans to get... more

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