Orange - Washington NavelCitrus sinensis
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Specifications of 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) 2-5m
Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination
Can it Handle Frosts? Yes
Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)
Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas SA
Suitability in Pots Yes with 35L+ Pot
Water Requirements Frequent Watering
Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? 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
Customer Tips & Reviews Orange - Washington Navel
WOLLONGONG WEST, NSW, Australia
Combined with my Tahitian Lime, Minneola Tangelo and Ruby Grapefruit, I hope to get some delicious fruit from this particular specimen in the years ahead.
MIDDLE RIDGE, QLD, Australia
This is an easy to grow fruit tree with good quality and productivity. Fruit may need thinning early on to let the vegetation grow faster and not spend its energy producing fruit of poor quality in the first few seasons.
RISDON PARK, SA, Australia
Unbelievably sweet, luscious and flavoursome fruit. Why anyone bothers to eat store bought oranges is beyond me. Flowers itself half to death each year, so I will be ruthless next year. Early heatwave and severe winds caused havoc this season, with mos...
fruits well every second year
USA, CA, Orange County
The name of this tree is Lanes Late. Sorry the title is misleading :-)10/15/12If picked early fruit is still sweet with a slight tang. Tree produces heavy for only being in the ground for a little over a year. The picture was taken not long after plan...
Very little growth but some new shoots now in spring
St Agnes, SA, AUST
fruit most of the year good for juicing in the mornings
Will update when actually starts to fruit. But healthy growth at this stage.
Waratah, NSW, Australia
Beautiful tasting fruit, also fantastic for privacy from neighbours, with beautiful smelling flowers
Not sure if this one will fruit. Its in competition with neighbour's paperbark.
Toowong, QLD, AUS
scent of blossom, dwarf version
MOUNT ISA, qld, australia
you can never have too many oranges
Warneet, Vic, Australia
My orange tree is only one year old and I have only had one orange from it but the taste was beautiful. I dont know if its my imagination or not but home grown fruit and vegetables taste soooooooooooo much better. I am hoping for a few more oranges thi...
Aberglasslyn, nsw, Australia
Hasn't fruited yet.
Mudgee, NSW, Australia
Really easy to look after and produces heaps of really tasty, juicy fruit.
Glenwood, NSW, Australia
This poor tree is not happy. It's planted between a Eureka Lemon and Tahitian Lime - both of which are doing extremely well. But the Orange tree is sulking.
Rathmines, NSW, Australia
Slow growing, drops fruit regularly, fruit that is left gets scarred?? All this rain we have had has really helped this little fella. Is flowering again as well. Got two fruit in 2009/10September 2010 has put on a fair amount of growth in a year ...
South Maroota, NSW, Australia
Bought 15 years ago and only put in soil 7 years ago. Wonderful fruiting, bumper crop each year, no diseases or pests - including gall wasp - remarkable as it sits next to a lemonade lemon which gets quite badly affected. Very occassionally fed, when I...
BLACKTOWN, NSW, Australia
Unusually slow to establish. Purchased from Daleys.August 2009: Some flowering activity recordedSeptember 2009: Lots more flowers observed. Applied sulphate of potash and watered in.October 2009: Growing well. Removed most flowers to all...
BOLWARRA HEIGHTS, NSW, Australia
I've struggled with this but then found out the soil was holding too much water. It was dug up and the soil area raised about a foot, then pruned the tree back. Since then it's sprouted a lot of new growth, but it has set it back.
Moodlu, QLD, Australia
Navels are just the best. Seedless, juicy and tasty, as well as being disease resistant too.
This one has not flowered yet.Feeding: see lemon - meyerAlso in Biolytix zone - gets subsurface food n water.Aug 2010: flowering well - slow start like the blood orange - but off and running now.
Orange - Washington Navel
Washington Navel. Got my first yield of fruit approx 12 months after planting a grafted tree. Fruit was good size and extremely juicy and sweet.Yielded approx 2 dozen fruit. Only used citrus fertilizer, kept weeds from base and weekly water.