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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1. Purchase an orange variety adapted to your area. For example, Washington navels grow well in California, while Valencia oranges are adapted to Arizona, Texas and Florida, as well
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The ripe ones. probably around 30. Unripe. 10 at the most. Thats if you never fertilize or water the tree. With the proper care, variety, and good location, up to 5000 oranges per
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Plant the tree in a subtropical climate in soil that does not retain water. Mulch is an
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it;s better to buy a proper tree , if you plant seeds only you will get what the original tree was like small fruit ,tasteless. prior to planting dig a big hole with compost added
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