Dwarf Washington Navel Fruit Tree Growing in a pot

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Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Citrus sinensis
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The oldest and most popular navel grown in Australia. Has excellent skin colour and taste, and usually produces round fruit. Is inclined to drop fruit and split in some climates. The dwarf rootstock, flying dragon modifies the top growth making this a dwa... Read More
Other Names: Citrus

$39.00 ($39.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Specifications of Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Preferred Climate Subtropical, Warm TemperateLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From GraftedLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 1-2m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Suitability in Pots Yes with 35L+ Pot

Water Requirements Frequent Watering

Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? Dwarf (1/2 Normal Size), Can be pruned to 2m

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 2-3 Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months May, June, July, August

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Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel Reviews & Tips

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Loan
★★★★★ 10months ago

BROADBEACH WATERS, QLD

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Good quality tree and is now blooming! I don't have a big garden so a pot was a good option

Julia
★★★★★ 1y ago

HOLMVIEW, QLD

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Very healthy - transplanted well

Delia
★★★★★ 1y ago

BURPENGARY EAST, QLD

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Another great delivery from Daley's and it is growing very well. Thank you

Betty
★★★★★ 1y ago

SOUTH DURRAS, NSW, Australia

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

We recently moved house and I love these home grown oranges so I bought myself another tree. It is growing well .

David
★★★★ 1y ago

BUCASIA, QLD, Australia

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Kathy
★★★★★ 2y ago

WERRIBEE, VIC, Australia

Dwarf Orange - Washington Navel

Really wanted a dwarf orange and Daleys came to the rescue. Very thankful. Will be a few years before we get fruit.

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Slicko
★★★★★ 7y ago

CARINDALE, QLD

I have triedgrowing this variety previously with no luck, however I now understand that myefforts were doomed to failure because I was trying to grow them in the wronglocation. A different home and an appropriate location should serve the newtree well....

Homegrownsbest
★★ 8y ago

THAGOONA, QLD, Australia

Planted December 2015. Too young to review. It's currently in full sun. I water almost daily depending on weather. I planted in a 75 litre planter bag with a BIG bottom layer of course grade pine bark then kind of equal amounts of good quality potty...

Loves Fruit Trees
★★★★ 8y ago

GOLDEN GROVE, SA, Australia

I've noticed that the branches of my Dwarf Washington Navel has a different formation to the Seedless Valencias. This is interesting because they have a graceful habit it seems. This disturbed me at first but then I remembered how lovely my mother's es...

Tessa
★★★★ 9y ago

Tingalpa, QLD, Australia

Quite slow growing in the first year, took of the first set of fruit to help it gain some strength, it has now just sprouted a heap of new buds that look like flowers and a few leave so I will hopefully have fruit of it this year.  Easy to care for, g...

gardengirl
★★★★ 11y ago

Illawarra, NSW

Like all citrus it loves this frost free temparate climate. Not sure about growing a dwarf but a full size tree is too big for the spot.

MiltonT
★★★★★ 12y ago

Doncaster, Vic, Australia

Convenient, favourite orange variety, pretty and fruits well in pot.

DavesCityGarden1
★★★ 13y ago

Erskineville, nsw

I have put this in a large trough and plan to espalier it across a brick wall.It gets morning sun for 6 hours but it has yet to grow.

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Fairdinkum1
★★★★ 13y ago

KARALEE, QLD, Australia

Best flowering/fruiting tree, you can smell the flowers where ever you are in the back yard

veggypatchmeg
★★★★★ 14y ago

Kadina, SA, Australia

I would like to buy any orange seeds, that I can get going in my garden

colin1
★★ 14y ago

Kyabram, VIC, Australia

not a lot of fruit ,but tasty

Liz
14y ago

Thornlie, WA, Australia

Planted several years ago - hasn't done particularly well. (I've never had any fruit off it.) The mandarin and kaffir lime planted at the same time have done much better with equal levels of neglect.

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Justin1
★★★★ 14y ago

COBURG, VIC, Australia

Growing well in a large pot, especially with monthly or bimonthly applications of chook manure just under the mulch (except in winter).  Has tried to flower, but I've picked these off so energy can go into growing in the first couple of years.  UPDAT...

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