Orange ‘Washington Navel’
Citrus sinensis (Washington Navel)
A valuable fruit tree bearing large thin skinned, rounded oranges with very few seeds. Ripen June – July. Washington Navel is attractive, with green glossy leaves and fragrant, creamy-white blossoms. Container plant in courtyards, or plant straight in the ground in Mediterranean style gardens. Also great to espaliered along a sunny wall, or ornamental tree.
Plant in a sunny position with well drained soil and shelter from strong winds. Water during the warmed months, especially when fruit is forming.
- Full sun position.
- Dwarf mature size approx. 8m tall.
- Juicy sweet orange.
In-Store Since 1998 & Online Since 2020
Fragrant / Perfume Smell
8m Mature Height
25cm pot, 25cm slim pot
Evergreen, Fruiting, Heat Tolerant, Ornamental plant, Perfumed flowers, Small Tree
Full Sun, Part Shade
Hot Dry Wind Sensitive, Prune After Flowering, Water Well In Summer, Well Drained Position