* Fertilize heavily with animal manures.
* Citrus need incredibly high levels of nitrogen - which explains why
some men like to help out in that department with a late night visit to the
* Mulch well although keep it away from the trunk.
* Water well - in a warm temperate climate twice a week during summer.
* Don't be too concerned with any pruning - even though they can be cut
back quite hard.
an orange tree
how are seeds of an orange tree scattered
An orange is made by an orange tree.
It is grown from cuttings from the host orange tree .
what is the name of a orange tree flower name
paint it lemon instead of orange
because grapefruits are actually hibrids from an orange tree so the orange could also get polinated from a grapefruit tree
This varies enormously according to the variety. While an orange may look ripe when it changes from greenish to orange, it may not have developed sweetness. Taste and knowledge of the variety are the best guides, as an orange will not continue to ripen off the tree. Some will maintain quality if left on the tree, while others will deteriorate quickly. Some ripen in 6 months, while others can take up to a year.
for how many years the orange tree bears fruits?
The scientific name for the orange tree is citrus sinensis.
No nothing will happen.
The group or company who invented the logo, an orange tree in an orange circular shape, is Timberland.
An orange tree smells like fresh citrus when you get near it. The smell is stronger, the more oranges that are on the tree.
Yes, the flower of the orange tree is an "orange flower" .
no you don't.. i don't actually need another tree but if you decide to then its ok
Orange trees have a symbolic meaning within Christianity. Specifically, the orange tree is representative of giving, charity, and purity.
Osage Orange Trees.
only the orange tree
in a tree