No, the winter is much too cold in Ireland to grow oranges.
Irish people like oranges but they don't grow in Ireland, so they have to be imported.
Anything that needs hotter temperatures. So a lot of exotic fruits won't grow in Ireland, like oranges, pineapples, bananas etc. Things like coconuts won't grow in Ireland. Coffee beans and tea plants don't grow in Ireland. There are many other things like those.
Oranges grow in november
No, sadly the only oranges that grow out of that state are Crip oranges.
Oranges grow on orange trees!
Oranges grow in a grove.
Yes, oranges grow on orange trees.
what country are oranges grow in
Oranges grow on trees, as well do pears, apples, bananas, plums, grapefruits, oranges, and lemons.
Beacause they grow exactly the same oranges but take the syonellied out from the seed to begin with!
Hot Countries like Spain grow oranges.
Yes, oranges do grown in Canada. Oranges can grow in any country in the world. Well, I think they can. Where else would oranges be grown? :(
The only oranges that grow in Italy are blood oranges. These oranges are the sweetest of all oranges. they are available from December to July. You can get them from Sicily, Italy. Italy's blood oranges are most popular in Europe.
Yes. Many states including Florida and California grow oranges.
You can grow oranges in southeastern North Carolina but there is a frost risk.
Oranges have plenty of carbohydrates in acedic medium, which are quite congenial to the molds to grow
Yes. The climate of Florida is warm enough to grow mandarin oranges.
Oranges grow in Florida!!!!
Only orange trees can grow oranges. Apple trees can only grow apples.
omg they grow on trees
They grow from the tree
You need water and dirt to grow oranges properly. If you don't have these , you should not try to grow oranges. You can also go to the store and buy them in a bag.
oranges come from Texas California and Florida
from a small plant it takes 2-5 months to grow oranges 3-6 years
apples grow faster cause in winter oranges dont most often mostly apples.
No they can't grow in cold climate!!
oranges come from hot countries like brazil
Oranges grow in groves.
Yes it can grow in Ireland.
Yes, wheat does grow in Ireland.
Yes, carrots do grow in Ireland.
grapes are smaller different color and grown differently
They grow on trees, just like oranges and lemons.
the most popular oranges eaten are blood oranges, many people enjoy this types of oranges more than any other types of oranges
That's the name of the feild.
There are many kinds of plants that grow in Ireland including many grasses. Irish wildflowers will also grow in Ireland.
Yes, oranges grow in Spain. In fact, they are the main citrus fruit grown in Spain, and Spain has not only become Europe's largest orange producer, but they have also become the worlds leading exporter of oranges.
Oranges and bananas can't grow in England so the answer must be no.
The English occupied a lot of countries where oranges grew, but it was hard to transport these oranges back to England without a lot of spoilage. The oranges that started to rot while underway, where cooked up with sugar and put into jars, which could be kept longer.
Yes. Ireland is a very good country for growing apples and lots of apples grow in Ireland.
well with my expierience i dr. Phil have grow oranges myself. My wife has nice oranges and i like to juice them. every Saturday i pick them
Oranges grow well in warm temperatures, so depends. I am not sure if the Netherlands are cold or not.
it normally takes two to four monthes to produce the oranges on the tree .
yes of coarse there once was an explorer who fond a whole tree with bunches of oranges
oranges on trees and tomatoes
yes if they are old enough
Greece and Spain grow oranges
Florida and California
bananas- oranges-- coconuts
Yes, but not generally commercially.