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8299P Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Plant grown in 20 liters pot - Height of plant: 110/130 cm.
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124.50 Available
8299Q Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Plant grown in 20 liters pot - Height of plant: 110/130 cm.
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119.50 Available
8299N Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Plant grown in 5 liters pot - Height of plant: 40/60 cm.
39.50 Available
8299O Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Plant grown in 5 liters pot - Height of plant: 40/60 cm.
Unit price available starting from 2 units purchased.
37.95 Available
8299L Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Grafted plant in 1,3 liter pot - Height of plant: 20/30 cm.
21.50 Available
8299M Orange tree, Blood - Citrus sinensis 'Sanguinea'
Grafted plant in 1,3 liter pot - Height of plant: 20/30 cm.
Unit price available starting from 2 units purchased.
19.95 Available

 

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Blood Orange tree - Citrus sinensis 'sanguinea' (latin)

Area of origin: Southern Europe, Southeast Asia
Adult dimensions: Height up to 4 m
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil type: Neutral to acidic, well-drained
Hardiness: Hardy to -7°C, requires protection in winter
Exposure: Full sun


Characteristics and uses:
The Blood Orange tree is quite unusual. The Blood oranges differ from the classic orange fruit by their skin and flesh, which are both red. The flesh is more or less red according to the climate and the warmth. The flesh is juicy and very sweet, making excellent orange juice.
This beautiful small tree can be planted in pots to facilitate its wintering. It can then be placed on a terrace or balcony, in a conservatory or a non-heated room, in a garden or an orchard if it is protected from cold in winter (both pot and tree). However, this protection is only necessary if the temperature does not rise during the day.

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Looking after advice:

Watering: As Citruses do not like dryness it is important to water them regularly, but not abundantly. In summer, water every day if necessary, in winter water once or twice a week.
Fertilizer: From March to October, give it a suitable citrus fertilizer once a month.
Pruning: Prune regularly in the spring and in summer to encourage ramification and keep it in the wished-for shape.

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