- About Oranges
- How To Grow Oranges
- Benefits of Oranges
- Maintenance Tips
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The orange tree is branched with a rounded crown and possesses elliptical or oval leaves which are alternately arranged on the branches. The leaves have narrowly winged petioles, a feature that distinguishes it from bitter orange, which has broadly winged petioles. The tree produces white flowers singly or clustered on a raceme.
Loamy soil, Clay sand mix,Potting Soil Mix
Every 3-4 Month
1. You can grow orange plant from a seed or buy plant sampling.
2. Sow your plamt in a well prepared soil and water.
3. Plant the tree into a pot slightly larger than its roots whenever necessary.
4. Consider an outdoor location: Protected from the wind.
5. Water the plant with infrequently but heavily.
6. Fertilize carefully according to age. Adding fertilizer or manure at the right time gives the trees all the nutrients they require to grow and produce fruit, but incorrect use can burn the tree or cause other damage.
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- Orange trees need light fertilizing with a high nitrogen fertilizer during the first year.
- Remove any branches that are a foot or less from the ground.
- Oranges in pots is a new trend in cities. Take care of your plant.
- Color is not the best indicator of when to pick fruit, as ripe citrus often have green spots.
- Potted plants shoul not be overwatered.