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The ornamental orange is a perennial shrub with woody stems. It is densely covered with oval glossy leaves that produce a citrus aroma. It is a low maintenance plant that can grow up to 2 feet to 6 feet.
The Ornamental orange is a widely grown container plant with glossy green leaf and woody stems.
It may take about five years to produce fruits but it blooms throughout the year.
The Ornamental orange can grow up to a maximum height of 2 to 6 feet.
The Ornamental orange is a low maintenance plant that grows easily if the minimum care is provided.
The plant grows well in warm temperatures of 55 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. However, it is capable of withstanding temperatures below 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Ornamental orange is adaptable to any sort of soil. But in order to obtain best results choose well drained and moderately fertile soil that remains uniformly moist.
The plant grows well if a mixture of potting soil, organic soil, perlite or vermiculite is supplied to it.
The Ornamental orange grows well when they are planted in the region which gets full sun.
However, it can also survive when it is exposed to partial shade.
The plant should be moved outdoors during the spring and kept indoors during the fall.
The Ornamental orange has moderate water requirements. The plant can grow well if the soil is kept moist.
The soil should not be wet as it may lead to leaf rot.
Subsequent gaps must be maintained after every watering so that the top few inches of soil remain dry.
The Ornamental orange grows well with the addition of citrus formula or slow release formula fertiliser.
The plant may be fertilised with specific fertiliser developed for acid-loving plants during the onset of the spring season as it stimulates growth.
During the winter months, liquid fertiliser is recommended.
The foliages should be examined regularly and insect infections should be treated with insecticides immediately. The dead and diseased branches can be removed by pruning.
The oranges produced by these plants can be used as a replacement for lemons in many recipes.
They are long-lasting and remain on the tree for several days.
The plant is used for ornamental purposes.