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'Citrus' Cold Hardy Orange Tree

'Citrus' Cold Hardy Orange Tree

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Botanical Name Citrus trifoliate
Mature Height

8 ft

Mature Width 8 ft  
Light Requirement Full Sun
Winter Care Zone 5-9
Tolerance Drought, Deer, Rabbit 
Attracts Pollinators


 ℹ Revel in the Cold Hardy Orange Tree, a marvel of nature that brings the essence of sun kissed orange groves right to your Canadian backyards all the way down to Zone 5 or -26c! Picture vibrant green foliage swaying gently in the breeze, while the sweet aroma of citrus blossoms fills the air, transporting you to warmer climates with every breath. What truly sets this tree apart is its resilience, able to thrive in colder climates where traditional oranges dare not tread. Now, let's talk about its fruits! While not typically eaten fresh, these tangy treasures are a culinary delight, lending their zesty flavor to an array of dishes. From tantalizing marmalades and tangy sauces to refreshing citrus-infused beverages, the possibilities are endless. Imagine the satisfaction of harvesting your own homegrown oranges, knowing that each bite or sip carries the essence of your own backyard citrus! So, why wait for a trip to Florida or California to experience the magic of citrus? With the Cold Hardy Orange Tree, you can bring the taste of sunshine and the joy of citrus right to your backyard! Get ready to embark on a delicious journey unlike any other, one that starts with just a single tree and ends with a bounty of citrus delights! Adequate sunlight, well draining soil, and proper fertilization will ensure you get to reap a continued successful harvest. Harvesting time for Cold Hardy Oranges is fairly flexible. Oranges harvested early will have a higher acid content bitter flavor compared to Oranges that are allowed to ripen longer on the tree. The bold orange color combined with a nice weight, shiny skin and fragrant orange smell of the fruit is the best indicator for harvest. This dwarf tree is great for small spaces in the garden and for container growing on a patio! Highly ornamental and fragrant and producing beautiful citrus fruits in cold climates this beauty will bring a breath sunshine home!