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All navel oranges are related to each other and can be traced back to the Washington navel tree that remains standing today in Riverside, California. Eliza Tibbets, a Riverside pioneer, is credited with planting California’s first two Washington navel trees in 1873. The resulting sweet seedless oranges helped launch Southern California’s modern citrus industry.


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