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Blood Orange Tree

Our potted blood orange tree can be grown and harvested on a patio or in a sunny kitchen. A relative of the beloved navel orange, the blood orange is treasured for its sweet-tart flavor, its striking deep-red flesh and the brilliant tang of its zest. It complements seafood and other entrees, adds creative possibilities to juices and desserts, and can be eaten right off the tree. The white flowers are most notable for their creamy, delicate, tropical fragrance. Shipped to you from the California grower in a 6" diam. terra-cotta pot, the tree arrives approx. 18" high and can eventually reach a mature height of 4 or 5 feet; the tree may not bear fruit the first year. Care instructions are included. The tree can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states. Agricultural regulations prohibit shipments to Florida and Texas.
Average Customer Rating:
2 out of 5
2
 out of 
5
(2 Reviews) 2
0 of 2(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Sort by Customer Reviews for Blood Orange Tree
Review 1 for Blood Orange Tree
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
LeslieM
,Chicago
,IL
July 13, 2013
Would You Recommend? No
0points
Inexplicably died
July 13, 2013
I had this plant for a month before the green leaves started falling off. Every day for a week I put the plant outside in sunny weather ranging from 75 to 82 degrees. The plant started growing like crazy--it was absolutely beautiful. I was careful with watering and misting the plant. When I woke up the morning of the 8th day, however, several leaves had fallen off. By the next night all the leaves had fallen off.
I tried reviving it with fresh fertilizer, misting, careful watering, and an indoor plant light, but the trunk of the tree and the branches turned browned and eventually dried out. After two months, this tree was dead.
Pros: Size, Appearance
Cons: Not Durable
Review 2 for Blood Orange Tree
3 out of 5
3 out of 5
kreilly
,Syracuse
,ny
January 12, 2012
Would You Recommend? No
0points
1of 2found this review helpful.
Just average
January 12, 2012
I bought this tree over 3 years ago with high hopes of salads, dinners and juice. Unfortunately the tree was very small the first year and took almost a year to "mature". The next year it bloomed beautifully and the smell was AMAZING! Small fruit took shape and began to grow. Once the size of a golf ball and still green the fruit would fall off. Not one fruit ever matured to the point of eating and since this one bloom I have yet to have another. Not sure what to do with the tree but as a fruit tree its been disappointing.