And not all of the citrus trees we have are mature enough to bear fruit. Some of the trees are on the cusp...that is, they're bearing a small amount of fruit now on their way to bearing a lot of fruit in the future. This year's crop is kind of like a dress rehearsal.
One variety had a single orange, not yet ripe; but I was told that next year the tree would be loaded.
Another variety had a small amount of fruit with the same prediction for what it would produce next year. That particular tree bears mandarin oranges, and part of its "dress rehearsal" is shown below, not yet ripe but on the way to getting more size and a much different color.