Citrus Sinensis “Orange” (Sweet Oranges/Blood Orange)
- Plant Care
Sinensis is a rounded, bushy, evergreen shrub or tree with spiny branches and oval to elliptic, glossy, leathery, dark green leaves. Oranges are a variety of Citrus, which grow on attractive, ornamental evergreen trees.
Orange trees produce lovely, white, fragrant flowers that appear all year round, but more profusely during late winter. The fruit ripens around 12 months later, so they may be in flower and fruit at the same time. They are self-fertile, so you will only need to grow one tree to get fruit. They do make great houseplants, as they need plenty of light.
Citrus Sinensis will need a good amount of sunlight a day, put your plant in a location that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight a day.Water plants freely in summer, but never allow the pot to stand in water.The soil needs to be slightly acidic, well-drained, rich, and loamy.15 – 25 °CUse a balanced fertilizer to feed your lemon tree.
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