Orange

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Binomial Name Citrus × sinensis
Taxon Species
Description The Orange is a tropical evergreen tree that produces round orange fruits, also known as "Oranges." Many species are self-pollinating, but having multiple trees for cross pollination can improve fruit size. Trees need temperatures between 21-32° C to grow properly and produce fruit. Oranges can usually withstand winter temperatures down to -6.1° C without experiencing damage to their leaves or trunk. Trees will bear fruit 2-3 years after transplanting.
Companions Lemonbalm Parsley Peas Alfalfa Tansy Yellow Strawberry Guava
Sun Requirements Full Sun
Growing Degree Days
Sowing Method Transplant grafted sapling
Spread 300 centimeters
Row Spacing 350 centimeters
Height 365 centimeters