Citrus trees grown as ornamental container plants may take up to five years to produce fruit. Container-grown ornamental orange trees are usually the dwarf varieties which grow to a height of 4 to 10 feet. Limited root space has the effect of stunting tree growth even if it is a standard variety.
Citrus trees are damaged at frost temperature but can be grown in wintertime indoors.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
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Maximum Reachable Height
Planting and care
Care and maintenance of the tree to keep it pest free will bring the rewards of fruit which ripens in the winter.
They need pruning each year to maintain attractive shape. Cut all deadwood and crossing branches.
Prune ornamental citrus to open the crown foliage to let in light and air.
Ornamental Orange Variegated care
Full sun, Partial sun,
Keep soil moist throughout the growing season
A mixture of 1 part each potting soil, organic compost and per-lite or vermiculite.
Capable of withstanding temperatures as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit, but prefers warmer temperatures of at least 55 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fertilize your calamondin orange with a citrus formula or a slow-release formula specifically for acid loving plants during the growing season. Dilute the fertilizer to half the recommended strength during the winter months.
Ornamental Orange Variegated uses
There is no hurry to pick calamondins
They re long-lasting, so you can enjoy them for months on the tree
These oranges are tart, to say the least
Sample one for sourness before using any in cooking
You can use them in place of lemons in a recipe
Frequently Asked Questions
How to care for ornamental orange tree?
Make sure your plant is getting enough amount of bright direct sunlight (more than 6 hrs), No need to water it daily, water it when the upper layer of the soil (1-2 inch) feels dry to touch. avoid overwatering. so drainage is important to prevent rot. Check the drainage hole to allow excess water to escape.
Feed it with any organic nitrogen-rich fertilizer once a month.
What are ornamental oranges?
Ornamental orange belongs to the Rutaceae family. ornamental orange has beautiful, fragrant flowers and small, but bitter fruit. ornamental orange is also sometimes called miniature orange. Its fruits are as decorative as real oranges.
Are ornamental oranges edible?
Commercially ornamental oranges are not edible Its fruits are as decorative as real oranges, but although they are edible they are also very bitter.
When to prune ornamental orange tree?
Ornamental oranges don’t need much pruning but can be reshaped if necessary in late winter by thinning out overcrowded branches.
How do you prune a orange tree?
Remove any smaller branches arising from the trunk to create a clean, bare stem. Cut away any dead or diseased branches and remove any that block paths or are getting in the way. Cut away any overcrowded branches – the tree should have well-spaced main branches.
What to do with ornamental oranges?
Ornamental orange has beautiful, fragrant flowers and small, but bitter fruit.its use for ornamental or decorative purposes.
Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Can i keep it in my ac room?
Friday, 22 November 2019
A happy customer ?? But like could the rate be a bit reasonably else all good ... thanks