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Blood Orange Tree
  • Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) 8-11 (in ground)
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    Mature Height: 10-12 ft.
    Mature Width: 10-12 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Spring
    Spacing: 4 ft.
    Botanical: Citrus sinensis 'Moro'
    Cannot Ship to: CA, FL, TX, LA, AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Blood Orange Tree

     
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    Blood Orange Tree
    • 2-3 ft.
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      $69.99
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    Cold Hardy Citrus Tree with Incredible Taste


    •  Easy to grow
    •  Fresh, organic fruit
    •  Tolerates light frost!
    •  Adapts to wide range of soil and climates
    •  Pest and disease-resistant
    •  Fragrant summer blooms

    Great tasting, ripe juicy oranges in early to late spring that have some added zip! Moro Blood Oranges are unique with their dark red flesh. Imagine the beauty of your garnish, morning juice or fresh fruit salads with the exciting red color of this most unusual citrus fruit.

    The Moro Orange is famous for its delicious flavor. This super sweet fruit is laden with rich citrus flavor that has a distinctive aftertaste, reminiscent of strawberry and raspberry. Try adding an exciting twist of unusual red citrus to your culinary masterpieces that call for fresh orange slices.

    Blood oranges get their name from the burgundy flush on their skin, red flesh and juice color.
    The Moro Blood Orange is the newest named variety in this classification of citrus fruit. This unique citrus tree is the number one blood orange fruit marketed in the US. You'll enjoy the beautiful show of fragrant citrus blossoms wafting scent through your yard.

    This easy to grow citrus tree is a highly productive dwarf. Moro is the earliest ripening of the Blood Oranges; you'll enjoy an abundant harvest in February through early April, depending on your location.

    The Moro Blood Orange Tree is Extremely Adaptable
    You'll find that an open sunny spot with good drainage will keep your new blood orange tree happy. The Moro is cold hardy to an astounding 27 degrees! It has a rounded shape with glossy foliage 12 months a year. You can maintain it at whatever size you desire with some light pruning. It even adapts to a wide range of soils, and is pest and disease resistant!

    Moro is the most colorful of all blood oranges and contains high health benefits.
    On top of having more fiber than most other fruits, Moro Blood Oranges have additional benefits. Besides providing 130% more Vitamin C than standard oranges, blood oranges contain the antioxidant anthocyanin. This means your free homegrown organic citrus reduces risk of ailment and age related illnesses. This antioxidant is known to diminish your risk of cataracts, heart disease, cholesterol build up and some types of cancer. Their high potassium content piles on more benefits by assisting in lowering blood pressure connected to strokes as well as offering good body growth effect and maintenance.

    Brighter Blooms offers you extremely healthy, vigorous Moro Blood Orange Trees.
    Our exceedingly high standards for finishing off our nursery stock are something our customers have come to rely on. They return time after time to shop with us because they know their new plants will arrive in great shape, ready to make an instant impact in their yard. Our selection of Moro Blood Orange plants is lovely this year; reserve yours soon before they're all gone.

    If you live in an area colder than zone 8, you must bring your citrus tree indoors during the winter months.

    Due to agricultural shipping restrictions, we cannot ship this plant to CA, TX, LA, FL or SC.

     
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