Trees

Citrus Minneola x – Tangelo

Common Name: Tangelo Tangelos thrive in subtropical to tropical climates. They prefer well-draining soil and full sun exposure. Tangelos are usually ready for harvest in the winter months. Harvesting time can vary based on the specific variety and local climate. Provide regular watering, especially during dry periods. Fertilize with a balanced citrus fertilizer according to recommended guidelines. …

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Citrus sinensis Dwarf – Orange Lanes Late

Common Name: Orange Lane’s Late Navel is very similar to the ‘Washington Navel’, however the fruit ripens a few months later in late winter to early spring. It produces large fruit with juicy, sweet, seedless flesh. Easy to peel and segment. Dwarf varieties available also.

Citrus reticulata – Emperor Mandarin

Common Name: Mandarin Citrus reticulata is a species of citrus commonly known as mandarin or mandarin orange. This species includes a variety of mandarin cultivars and hybrids, each with its own unique characteristics. Mandarin trees thrive in subtropical to tropical climates but are also grown in some temperate regions. They prefer well-draining soil and full sun …

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Dracaena Fragrans – Massangeana

Common Name: Corn Plant or Massangeana Dracaena Fragrans, also known as Massangeana or Corn Plant, is a popular, elegant houseplant that improves indoor air quality. Its attractive leaves have a lime-green stripe and are low maintenance, making it a perfect choice for all levels of plant enthusiasts. It’s highly adaptable to different light conditions and effectively …

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Citrus sinensis – Orange Lanes Late

Common Name: Orange Lane’s Late Navel is very similar to the ‘Washington Navel’, however the fruit ripens a few months later in late winter to early spring. It produces large fruit with juicy, sweet, seedless flesh. Easy to peel and segment. Dwarf varieties available also.

Clivia Hybrid – Orange

Common Name:  A Clivia hybrid refers to a plant that is the result of crossbreeding between different Clivia species or varieties. Clivia is a genus of perennial flowering plants native to southern Africa. Clivia hybrids generally have similar growing requirements to their parent species. They prefer partial to full shade, well-draining soil, and a warm, humid …

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