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Naval Oranges are indeed seedless. The naval end of a naval orange is a "conjoined" twin making the whole orange sterile as soon as the flower starts to fruit. Thus no…t making any seeds. Also the only way to grow a naval orange tree is by grafting a naval orange branch onto another citrus tree, or from growing a plant from a naval orange root stock.
Cause they're orange. :P
before orange was called orange it was called haugh. the reason for this is because a slave (who was Harriet Tubman's best friend) named Karen Haugh discovered the orange whil…e working in a fruit plantation in 1763. I don't know the answer to the original question, but it didn't involve anyone who knew Harriet Tubman as she lived from approximately 1822 to March 10, 1913. Answer The word 'orange', for the fruit, seems to originate from an evolution of the Arabic, naranj; the Persian, narang; appearing in Latin as pomum de orenge (fruit of desire), in old French as orenge and Venetian as naranza. As words move through time and over borders, it may be difficult to follow the exact path of the word orange.
There was an orange tree that developed a deformation in the fruit, so that it would not bear seeds. It was a complete accident, but now the naval orange is very popular…. It is only grown from clippings, because the fruit has no seeds.
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Orange derives from Indian, Tamil naranthai to Sanskrit nāraṅgaḥ "orange tree", with borrowings through Persian nārang, Arabic nāranj, Spanish naranja, Late Latin arang…ia, Italian arancia or arancio, and Old French orenge, in chronological order. The first appearance in English dates from the 14th century. The name of the colour is largely derived from the fruit, first appearing in this sense in the 16th century. -take from Wikipedia
An orange is not called an orange because it is the colour orange. The name of the fruit was give to the orange, and the name of the colour was adapter by the colour of t…he fruit. (WikiAnswerers, do not remove what I have wrote because you think something is right. I base my answers on facts only.)
It was grown in California.
Because of it's color
because a orange (the fruit) was first
nobody knows. that's just how it is. carrot sounds crunchy. orange is orange. Perhaps because the original carrot was not orange in color.
There are different kinds of oranges. Bloody oranges are more red than the regular oranges you would normally eat.