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June 04, 2008

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Hannah

We've got orange trees and I would say yours are ready to eat. No harm in trying one to find out! Ours get really really sweet if we leave them for awhile, and I prefer them like that, but if you are going to be juicing them or whatever I think a bit of green is fine :-)

Trace

Yep, have to agree with Hannah, ours are fine right now, but it is a case of trial and error...

jane hambly

WE have orange mandrin and lemon and I would say to wait a little longer till their a little less green but there is no harm in trying one now to see how they are.Glad to hear your on the mend Trina that bug went through our house too very nasty.

Lyn Dwyer

Doesn't hurt to pick them a little green and let them sit inside to ripen.......depends how keen you are to eat them......ROTFL!Nothing like fresh fruit....

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