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Washington Navel Orange Trees for Sale Online
The Washington Navel Orange Trees (Citrus sinensis 'Washington') are very easy to grow, no wonder they are the most popular orange tree in the whole world! They produce bright orange, easy to peel oranges with a sweet and tangy flavor your family will love.
Citrus trees make great summer patio plants and subsequently houseplants in the winter. Or, if you are lucky enough to live in zones 9 through 11 where this tree is hardy, they can be beautiful specimen trees in an outdoor garden.
NOTE: Does not ship to Arizona (AZ), California (CA), or Texas (TX) due to Phytosanitary rules and regulations.
|8 - 12 feet
|8 - 12 feet
|Allow to dry out between waterings
|Easily grown, Very fragrant
How to Care for Washington Navel Orange Tree
Be sure to read our planting instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant for years to come!
How much light do my Ornamental Washington Navel Orange Trees need?
Washington Navel Orange Trees require 8 to 12 hours of sunlight daily. Position your plants beside a south-facing window with good airflow. If necessary, supplement sun with a grow light during dark winter months.
What soil is best for my Washington Navel Orange Trees?
When it comes to your Washington Navel Orange Trees, Espoma Cactus Mix is the perfect growing medium. It provides adequate drainage and an optimal base for your Washington Navel Orange Trees to grow beautifully.
How do I water Washington Navel Orange Trees?
Container-grown Washington Navel Orange Trees need more water than those planted outside, especially if kept outside on the patio. In the spring, water two to three times a week. In the summer, as temperatures rise, your citrus tree may need to be watered daily. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. A good indication of when you should water is to check the top 2 to 3 inches of soil.
What type of fertilizer should I use on my Washington Navel Orange Trees?
We recommend feeding your Washington Navel Orange Trees with Espoma Citrus~tone. It is best to feed your plants by sprinkling one teaspoon of fertilizer on the soil surface per every 4 inch of pot diameter. Apply double for pots over 12 inches. Be sure to mix the fertilizer into the top layer of soil by using a fork to gently stir the fertilizer into the top 2 inch of soil evenly. With frequent watering of potted plants, nutrients may be lost and more frequent application may be required. Feed every 60 days in late winter to fall.