It depends how big the tree is and how many branches it has.
On average, an orange tree will produce 435 oranges per tree each season.
The orange tree products 30-40 oranges a year. Sounds like you need to fertilize your tree. It varies depending upon size of tree, variety, location. It can be up to 5000 per tree.
30-40 oranges a year It depends upon the size and health of the tree, as well as variety and location. It could be up to five thousand per tree.
Sicilian and Valencia orange trees (which are grown in Florida and elsewhere) produce e oranges that make excellent orange juice.
It could take from seven to 15 months after an orange tree has blooms before receive ripe oranges. An orange tree can start to produce fruit when as young as 3 years old.
Oranges develop from flowers on the orange tree.
An orange tree smells like fresh citrus when you get near it. The smell is stronger, the more oranges that are on the tree.
it normally takes two to four monthes to produce the oranges on the tree .
On a tree and in an orchard. Every spring the orange tree has blossoms that grow into oranges. They are babied by the grower and then picked by hand.
You have to buy an orange tree, grow it, and then they will be on the tree in summer, I believe.
I don't think so, unless you crossbreed an apple tree and an orange tree.
you buy an orange tree from the store
An orange tree will produce fruit when fully mature. Four to five years.
Omg a bear in a tree you dont want those oranges
Oranges don't come from an apple tree.