How can a tree grow from a seedless orange?
It is grown from cuttings from the host orange tree .
Naval Oranges are indeed seedless. The naval end of a naval orange is a "conjoined" twin making the whole orange sterile as soon as the flower starts to fruit. Thus not making any seeds. Also the only way to grow a naval orange tree is by grafting a naval orange branch onto another citrus tree, or from growing a plant from a naval orange root stock.
The only way to grow an orange tree is from an orange seed. Answer: Orange trees are propagated from cuttings. Basically this means cutting a small piece of a branch off and sticking it in the ground and it will grow roots. (It's alot more complicated than that but that is the basic idea) If you grow an orange tree from a seed it will not be 'true' to the parent. This means that if…