Orange trees are an evergreen citrus variety and produce clusters of lightly fragranced white flowers. These small blossoms then grow to form the little green-skinned fruits. The tangy and sour, lemon adds flavor to every cuisine.
Planting & Care
Light: Orange trees should need plenty of sunlight daily.
Soil: can grow in nearly any soil with good drainage, they grow best in loamy or sandy loam soils.
Water: Need their soil to be kept moist, Best care of Orange trees mean that you water consistently but not obsessively.
Fertilizer: Fertilize Orange trees every three weeks from spring to summer a high-nitrogen fertilizer made for citrus
Temperature: They can only survive in temperatures above 50° F
Pruning: you can prune them occasionally to remove any dead or damaged branches and any small branches growing within a foot of the soil line, looking out for fruit or blossoms which look diseased.