Oranges will be back at the city's first Farmer's Market for winter thanks to Condobolin producers Ruth and Bobby Crompton.
For the past 25 years, Mrs Crompton has been growing oranges, mandarins, lemons, grapefruits and limes on her property and bringing them to the Orange market for the last 12.
Now, as she approaches 80, Mrs Crompton said this citrus season could be her last, with her and her husband putting their orchard up for sale around a month ago.
The fruits have only just come into season but there's been no shortage of enquiries.
"People are ringing up all the time even when they're not in season," Mrs Crompton said.
"In another month they'll be really beautiful - they'll be that sweet," she added.
On Saturday the monthly markets will be held at the Orange Showground's Naylor Pavilion - which will be their location until August.
Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted inside the Naylor Pavilion.
The markets start at 8.30 and run until midday.
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