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Navel Orange Trees

Turn your outdoor living space into a delectable paradise by adding affordable Navel Orange trees from Keep it Green Plant Nursery of Tampa, Florida. With attractive, slender leaves and delicate white flower clusters, these towering trees will enhance your property with shade, curb appeal, and a supply of fresh fruit for your kitchen without the hassle of crowded markets. They contain a lower  acid content than other orange varieties and are easily peeled with excellent flavor.

Our navel orange trees are grafted only from the highest quality, supplied by the state’s top notch growers. We only sell state inspected and registered select fruit trees. Navel Orange trees are available in 5 gallon, 10 gallon, 15 gallon, and 30 gallon plant sizes, we always stock 10 gallon in our nursery, ready to plant out at about 3-1/2 feet. Or you may prefer a Cocktail fruit tree in either a 15 gallon or 30 gallon. Either way, come visit the nursery and let our trusted staff help you with your citrus needs.

Orange Tree

Names Citrus sinensis (sweet ornage)
Hardiness Zones 9,10,11
Flower Color Small White Clusters
Blooms Spring
Light Needs Full Sun
Water Needs Steady While Young, 40-45 inches per year
Soil Needs Moist, Well-Drained
Fruits Oct-Jan
Fruit Size Large, 3″-3-1/2″”
Seeds Few, 0-6

Care Needs

Plant your orange tree in a hole slightly larger than the root ball, between 2 and 3 ft across. It needs slightly acidic, well-drained soil to produce a sucessful harvest. Do place a layer of mulch around the tree, but do not let the mulch touch the base of the tree, as this may cause mold growth. Water as often as necessary, but do not overwater. A slow release nitrogen fertilizer works best primarily for the growing season. Prune in early spring before new growth appears.

Design Ideas

The abundant shade, pleasant fragrance, and delicate flowers will make this tree a welcomed addition to any backyard. Keep in mind when choosing a location for your orange tree, that it could reach 50 ft in its lifetime, so do not plant anywhere near power lines or the edge of buildings. These trees complement any South or Southwestern facing fence or as a natural property border if given plenty of space to grow, about 12 feet away from driveways or other structures. Let our experienced staff advise you with great planning ideas to create your own tropical getaway.