How to Overwinter a Dwarf Orange Tree?

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Dwarf orange trees are small orange trees that grow real fruit. They can be planted in containers to grow on a patio. In cold climates, they need to be brought inside.
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1. Harvest the dwarf orange tree daily in the fall until all the oranges have been removed from the tree. Complete this harvesting process to reduce the potential for fungal and bacterial
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To plant an orange tree you will need to do so in a warm sunny area. You also have to make sure that it is an area that drains well. Be sure to water once every 7-10 days.
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Citrus trees usually need little pruning except to remove broken, dead or weak branches and to thin twiggy growth. There are no naturally occurring dwarf citrus varieties.Orange trees
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smallest tree possible.. say about 7 feet only.. coz i live in MPC.. dont want my tree going over my neighbor's fence..
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