Where do orange trees grow?

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Oranges are grown in both tropical and subtropical areas across the world. The plant thrives in a location with full sun and deep, well drained soils. The soils should be kept moist in summer through frequent watering.
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Oranges grow in the tropical regions of the world especially South America, Florida and California. They can also be grown in tropical parts of Asia.
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Oranges grow in Florida!
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