Internet #205877166

Model # 06339

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1.5 Year Old Larger Orange Tree in Nursery Pot

  • Fast-growing tree
  • Perfect patio plant
  • Self pollinating

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Product Overview

  • Fast-growing tree
  • Perfect patio plant
  • Self pollinating
Now you, too, can enjoy the incredible taste of fresh oranges picked right from your own tree. Fragrant white flowers bloom in clusters among attractive, glossy, green leaves. Oranges begin to appear in the spring and as they mature they help to provide visual interest. The edible fruit can be peeled and eaten, squeezed for juice, or sliced and enjoyed in beverages, in cooking and as garnishes.
  • 1.5 year old tree is larger and has a more fully developed root system and branches than the tree available in the metal pot with handles
  • Fun and fast-growing trees, children love to watch the fruit mature
  • Self-pollinating, so only 1 tree is needed to produce fruit
  • Prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches, remove any new growth or stems near the soil
  • Orange trees adapt well to container culture and require transplanting to a larger, well-draining container as needed
  • Fruit ripens only when on the tree
  • Harvest when the fruit has reached its full color and is slightly soft when pressure is applied to the rind
  • Prefer sunny location
  • Grows 6 ft. to 8 ft. tall
  • Plant 15 ft. apart
  • Perennial in zones 8-12
  • Growing instructions: orange trees are great indoor and outdoor patio plants, for best results, within 4 to 6 weeks of receiving your tree, transplant it into a larger pot that drains well and is approximately 8 in. to 12 in. in diameter to give the roots room to grow, in the spring move your potted tree outdoors into full sun when the threat of frost is past, bring it back indoors in the fall before the frost season begins, fertilize regularly with high nitrogen formula, 5-3-3 ratio, water thoroughly while letting the surface soil dry between watering, do not overwater, prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches, remove any new growth or stems near the soil

Product Overview

  • Fast-growing tree
  • Perfect patio plant
  • Self pollinating
Model #: 06339
Internet #: 205877166

Now you, too, can enjoy the incredible taste of fresh oranges picked right from your own tree. Fragrant white flowers bloom in clusters among attractive, glossy, green leaves. Oranges begin to appear in the spring and as they mature they help to provide visual interest. The edible fruit can be peeled and eaten, squeezed for juice, or sliced and enjoyed in beverages, in cooking and as garnishes.

  • 1.5 year old tree is larger and has a more fully developed root system and branches than the tree available in the metal pot with handles
  • Fun and fast-growing trees, children love to watch the fruit mature
  • Self-pollinating, so only 1 tree is needed to produce fruit
  • Prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches, remove any new growth or stems near the soil
  • Orange trees adapt well to container culture and require transplanting to a larger, well-draining container as needed
  • Fruit ripens only when on the tree
  • Harvest when the fruit has reached its full color and is slightly soft when pressure is applied to the rind
  • Prefer sunny location
  • Grows 6 ft. to 8 ft. tall
  • Plant 15 ft. apart
  • Perennial in zones 8-12
  • Growing instructions: orange trees are great indoor and outdoor patio plants, for best results, within 4 to 6 weeks of receiving your tree, transplant it into a larger pot that drains well and is approximately 8 in. to 12 in. in diameter to give the roots room to grow, in the spring move your potted tree outdoors into full sun when the threat of frost is past, bring it back indoors in the fall before the frost season begins, fertilize regularly with high nitrogen formula, 5-3-3 ratio, water thoroughly while letting the surface soil dry between watering, do not overwater, prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches, remove any new growth or stems near the soil

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height
8'
Mature Width (in.)
72
Planting Depth (in.)
0

Details

Additional Characteristics
None Listed
Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Best Time to Plant
Summer
Botanical Name
Orange Tree
Chilling Requirements (hours)
0
Common Name
Orange Tree
Days to Harvest
90
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Organic
No
Organic
Non-Organic
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
72
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Packaged
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted,No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height
8'
Mature Width (in.)
72
Planting Depth (in.)
0

Details

Additional Characteristics
None Listed
Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Best Time to Plant
Summer
Botanical Name
Orange Tree
Chilling Requirements (hours)
0
Common Name
Orange Tree
Days to Harvest
90
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Organic
No
Organic
Non-Organic
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
72
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Packaged
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted,No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

Hi, do you have any better Orange trees in store?

Asked by: Josette
Sometimes the ones I see in store are a little better, but usually they are comparable.
Answered by: swissmiss
Date published: 2018-03-26

It says there is no fragrance. Does this mean that you don't get the fragrance of orange blossoms?

It says there is no fragrance. Does this mean that you don't get the fragrance of orange blossoms?
Asked by: pam
The blossoms are VERY fragrant. I love the smell. But the tree itself has no fragrance, so you don't smell anything unless it's blooming.
Answered by: swissmiss
Date published: 2018-03-26

Are the oranges seedless?

Asked by: Url
Our trees are not seedless.
Answered by: kimjacobs
Date published: 2018-03-16

Is it a navel orange tree

Asked by: Gilda
Yes our orange tree are Navel.
Answered by: kimjacobs
Date published: 2018-03-05
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