Sunday, April 19, 2009

How to Grow Oranges Indoors With a Dwarf Orange Tree


First of all, you can find these trees at specialty online gardening retailers. Be sure to buy from a trusted, recommended source because you want to get a tree that is healthy and established. Your tree will be shipped to you in a container that should be suitable for several years.

With proper care, your tree should bear fruit within a year. We'll talk about care tips in a moment, but these trees are very hardy. Even beginning gardeners have great success with indoor citrus trees, prompting them to get hooked on gardening as a hobby.

At full maturity, a dwarf orange tree will reach about four feet in height. The oranges themselves will be similar to what you find in a grocery store in terms of size. Generally, they will be sweeter and juicier due to the smaller size of the tree, because the full energy of the growth system is devoted to producing fruit.

Even when the tree is not bearing fruit, it will make a wonderful addition to any room in your home. They have a pleasant, almost tropical scent. The leaves are a glossy green and white flowers will bloom as well. Our dwarf orange tree serves as a natural air freshener, and yours will too!

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