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Navel Orange Tree

Citrus sinesis 'Osbeck'


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  • Ships: Mon, May 15
  • 2 yr. - Fruit Bearing Size

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Growing Zones: 4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors
(hardy down to 20℉)

Growing Zones 8-11 outdoors
4-11 patio
8-11 outdoors

You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

8-12 ft.

Mature Width:

8-12 ft.


Full Sun


10 ft.

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Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st Year!

Botanical Name:

Citrus sinesis 'Osbeck'

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Delicious Navel Oranges

- Easy to grow
- Healthy fruit
- Extremely low maintenance

Washington Navel Oranges are the most sought after navel oranges because of their low maintenance, sweet fragrance, and amazing health benefits.

These orange trees don't need much attention... just water them every once in a while and they'll reward you with plenty of juicy, seedless oranges.

Plant them wherever you get full sun... but the real treat is when you pot them up on your patio. They're easier to grow if you give them a little bit of attention. Then, in the winter time, you can bring them inside... giving you a sweet, citrusy aroma.

Washington Navel Oranges are also loaded with health benefits. They're packed with Vitamin C, which keeps your immune system strong, and antioxidants, which have anti-aging benefits and even fight off diseases.

Fresh-picked navel oranges have ten times the flavor of anything you can find at the local supermarket.

Use them for snacks or orange juice... it's your choice!

Washington Navel Oranges also have a long shelf life... longer than most oranges. That means you don't have to hurry up and use all your oranges before they go bad. You can store them for months!

Navel Orange Tree Pollination

Navel Orange Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Navel Orange Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.

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Customer Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
24 Reviews
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Beautiful Tree.
I purchased this tree in mid spring. I waited til November to write the review so I would have the chance to give a proper review. This tree is a very hardy tree for zone 7. I brought it indoor when the temp started to dip below 55. It has been in the house for about 6 weeks now. And it is flowering in abundance. In addition to the flowering, it also has grown about 4 inches. The smell of the orange flower is unmatched. I highly recommend this tree for anyone in Zone 7.
November 9, 2014
newark, NJ
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Can't believe how perfect my Tree come to me. Undamaged and looking beautiful. We already see oranges. I live in Pa and I am leader of a Preppers group, I am testing these to see how well they do. If well then my entire group will buy them. So far..AWESOME!! Thank you.
January 1, 2013
over 3 years ago
received this tree 1 month ago and planted in a planter its about 4 ft tall and has already bloomed and oranges are starting to form cant wait to pick em.
January 1, 2013
over 4 years ago
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Navel Orange Tree
I purchased this tree in June 2114.I received the navel tree in great shape.The tree was planted in a container,and left outdoors for the summer.I brought the tree indoors when the outdoor temperature f ail below 50 degrees.It is now November and i just noticed that there are maybe 23 flowering buds.I hope the tree will produce as many oranges i will have to wait and see.
November 18, 2014
Richton Park, IL
over 2 years ago
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Just got my Naval Orange Tree. Thank you ALL at fast growing trees so much for all my beautiful trees!!! They all arrived safely, undamaged. Awesome!!! My husband and I cannot wait to plant all our trees and reaping our rewards!!! :
January 1, 2013
The tree arrived in very nice shape and is well branched-better than I thought. Have had for a month now and no new growth but still looks great.
January 1, 2013
over 3 years ago
got my trees
I order my trees on Monday and got them Saturday and they look great ,the navel orange tree all ready has oranges on it and the myer lemon tree all ready has lemons on it I can,t be happier with my order from thank you so much R Smith GrantsPass OR
March 21, 2015
Grants Pass, OR
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Still a young tree. Can't wait until it gets old enough to flower and produce oranges.
November 2, 2014
over 2 years ago
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Strong tree with deep green leaves
We recieved our orange tree after we feel in love with our lemon tree. It arrived strong and full of leaves. The leaves are deep green but we do not have any blossoms yet. I am guessing it is a couple years younger than the lemon tree we got. We set it outside when the weather warmed up and the branches are got stronger and the leaves larger. We are in zone 4 and will leave the tree out as long as possible before we bring it in for the winter. Our goal is to get them started before we move south--zone 8. Once we move we will purchase several more fruit trees to enjoy fresh fruit from our own trees. Will buy more from this company. They were tall, strong and planted in pots for easy moving around.
July 27, 2015
1 year ago
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very pleased
I bought the tree and it came well packaged and very healthy. After having the tree for 2 months here it has grown 3 new limbs and the number of leaves on the whole tree have doubled. It is growing like a weed! Very pleased.
August 15, 2015
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Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Navel Orange Tree

Step 1: Dig Your Hole

Select a site with full to partial sun and moist or well drained soil for your Navel Orange Tree.

First, dig each hole so that it is just shallower than the root ball and at least twice the width.

Then loosen the soil in the planting hole so the roots can easily break through.

Use your shovel or try dragging the points of a pitch fork along the sides and bottom of the hole.

Planting & Care

Step 2: Place Your Plant

Next, separate the roots of your Navel Orange Tree gently with your fingers and position them downward in the hole.

The top of the root flare, where the roots end and the trunk begins, should be about an inch above the surrounding soil.

Then make sure the plant is exactly vertical in the hole.

To make it just right, use a level.

Step 3: Backfill Your Hole

As you backfill the hole, apply water to remove air pockets.

Remove debris like stones and grass and completely break up any dirt clumps.

Water your Navel Orange Tree again after the transplant is complete.

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
I love naval oranges and I can grow these particular ones outside in South Carolina.
Marvin M on Apr 25, 2017
our fruit trees of many years aged and had to be removed a swimming pool has been put where they were , I really miss having fruit trees so being able to put a dwarf in a big pot is a great solution, I was hoping to also get a tangerine tree but didn't see any available . Thank You for this great solution if you have any other dwarf fruit trees you think might interest me please send me an E-Mail Thank You , Linda Dumont
Linda D on Mar 28, 2017
I love naval oranges and I can grow these particular ones outside in South Carolina.
Marvin M on Apr 25, 2017
Iam excited to grow this orange tree in my house!
Deanna P on Apr 13, 2017
our fruit trees of many years aged and had to be removed a swimming pool has been put where they were , I really miss having fruit trees so being able to put a dwarf in a big pot is a great solution, I was hoping to also get a tangerine tree but didn't see any available . Thank You for this great solution if you have any other dwarf fruit trees you think might interest me please send me an E-Mail Thank You , Linda Dumont
Linda D on Mar 28, 2017
Fragrance, love oranges
JOYCE L on Mar 5, 2017
FAVORITE ORANGE SWEET lo acid great fresh eating.
angelique C on Mar 5, 2017
michael l on Feb 28, 2017
No orange yet , lots of bloom altpready this year! I am so hopeful because they have almost double in size!
Amanda P on Feb 18, 2017
I m from California and miss the smell of the citrus fruits
christine b on Jan 19, 2017
First of all, I needed a fruit tree for my backyard. Secondly, I like to have an evergreen tree so I have color all year round. This orange tree has both, plus delicious fruits too!!
Tom Z on Nov 13, 2016
Reading other reviews and hoping you'll be true to your advertising
DeNise M on Nov 6, 2016
I like trees that produce food, I like that they help honey bees and I like to eat citrus fruit with my grandchildren.
Karen M on Nov 3, 2016
My family likes the oranges.
Jorge G on Oct 25, 2016
I wanted an apple tree but it was a little pricey for me.
Jamie D on Oct 7, 2016
My son has an Orange tree in his yard. I love the way it smells and like the flavor of his oranges. Now I wanted my own Orange tree!
Jutta R on Sep 25, 2016
Juice and great texture
Ramiro Gonzalez J on Sep 22, 2016
Sweet seedless
John a on Sep 5, 2016
We eat oranges every day (rain or shine) and I love growing things, mainly fruit trees.
Manuel P on Jul 24, 2016
Yummy. I have a juicer too
jude r on Jul 23, 2016
I am keeping it outdoor and indoor in winter time.
Anthony M on Jun 25, 2016
It's a gift for my dad. He's been wanting one for quite some time.
Brenda A on Jun 20, 2016
like the sweet taste and have the right location ans spot in my garden,can't wait to see it grow
maria s on Jun 13, 2016
I like oranges and living in Florida, I thought this would be "easy" choice to make.
Jessica on Apr 22, 2016
I love oranges
TOM R on Apr 15, 2016
Attractive plants
Fredy H on Apr 9, 2016
I like oranges
Venita C on Apr 4, 2016
it will be very ornamental and good for decor
vinay p on Mar 28, 2016
I like naval oranges and the fact I can plant them it in a small container and put on my patio.
CHARLES F on Mar 14, 2016
I have one already that needs a pollen twin. Please send me a healthy straight up tree with no lower pruning.
Bruce M on Mar 12, 2016
My growing family, currently 5, loves orange juice and to eat the oranges for snack. This tree will hopefully produce great amounts and further encourage our love for oranges.
Bethany J on Mar 9, 2016
I have always liked oranges and thought it would be nice to grow my own now that I have a house and a backyard
Debbie D on Mar 9, 2016
I thought this would be a good partner for the Meyer Lemon Tree.
Ricky S on Mar 7, 2016
I love oranges. It just made sense to grow my own.
Elizabeth N on Mar 1, 2016
Has a ton of blooms
Ronald C on Feb 23, 2016
ANGELA L on Feb 11, 2016
Landscaping and consumption
Stephen Q on Feb 7, 2016
Love the navel fruit
Michael L on Feb 1, 2016
For oranges doing landscaping now
Cynthia T on Jan 31, 2016
I like these
F. Russ H on Jan 21, 2016
Already have one that is beautiful and produces a lot of fruit.
Amanda T on Jan 19, 2016
My husband loves to eat these
Leslie B on Dec 12, 2015
love to eat oranges and the weather is great here in florida to grow
sam e on Sep 8, 2015
Best eating Orange
Roger H on Sep 3, 2015
to make fresh home made orange juice
adriana M on Sep 2, 2015
Orange tree cheers me up. I love to see the fruit on the tree. Hopefully my desire will be fulfilled with this purchase.
Satyanarayana M on Sep 1, 2015
Iam excited to grow this orange tree in my house!
Deanna P on Apr 13, 2017
Fragrance, love oranges
JOYCE L on Mar 5, 2017
Is this orange tree full size or a dwarf tree?
Debbie W on Jan 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a dwarf Navel Orange tree.
How long does it take to produce fruit?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: First year. Was too small to eat though. I'm growing these in containers in Illinois so it may not apply to your situation
Why doesn't this tree ship to TX?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately Texas has agricultural laws put in place that legally prevents us from shipping the Navel Orange Tree there.
Will a Washington navel orange produce fruit in zone 10 San Diego morning sun from east only in summer months other times shade? North side of my house
Debbie C on Oct 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: As long as it gets at least six hours of sunlight then you should get fruit.
If you are in the north (michigan) and growing this is a "patio plant" - I assume it has to overwinter indoors? at some point a 8-12ft tall tree indoors wont be possible, then what?
amy l on Jun 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi from Ann Arbor MI.
Good question! I grew up in So Calif surrounded by orange groves and avocado groves. For Chrostmas 1-½ yrs ago, my wife gave me a young orange tree from after hearing for 30 years of my life-long love affair with citrus fruits. It's lived inside the 5 coldest months both years, next to French doors facing west, and grows reasonably well there. A 12 oz drink 2x per week keeps it happy. It's shown glorious growth growth during the warm, sunny months when we move it outside the French doors. And we let the rain do all the watering. Foliage has quadrupled since we got it, and it's perhaps 18" taller. We'll start pruning it to keep it at a good size for inside when that becomes necessary. It has had lots of tries with little oranges that fell off, but one 2" dia orange so far hanging on... Holding our breath for that first tasty fruit! Good luck with yours. -tom
Can you ship trees to cold climates in the winter?
P B on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, and we often do ship trees to cold climates in the winter. However, inclement winter weather can cause delays.
Do they grow in Missouri state?
shirley h on Jan 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Missouri gets a little too cold for this tree to be planted in the ground, but it will grow in a container. Bring it indoors once the weather starts to get cold, and place it by a large sunny window.
when do they bear fruit?
elaine on Jul 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Navel Orange typically blooms April-May and then the fruits arrive and ripen in winter time. However if you grow a Navel Orange as a patio tree in a mild, coastal climate it can bloom and fruit all year long.
my orange tree was full of blossoms in the spring but they all fell off. what is the problem and the solution?
Roger G on Aug 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you are fertilizing with anything that is high in nitrogen, supplement with phosphorous. Nitrogen is great for leaves and stems, but not for flowers. Flowers need phosphorous. You can try something more natural like bonemeal or a product like superphospahte to add to your current fertilizer or switch to synthetic fertilizer like Miracle Gro bloom plus.
How many years before it has fruits?
Dennis R on Jan 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I received my tree, potted it up and it blossomed two months later and began growing fruit three weeks later.
What fertlizer do I use for the Navel Orange ?
A shopper on Sep 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We compost all our kitchen waste plus shredded paper and use the finished compost as fertilizer for all our plants, indoors and outdoors.
Can I plant it inside the house?
Yvonne on Apr 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I planted my trees in a large planter for the house, but when the weather got nice, I placed the planters outside for natural sunlight. I think I got insects on the trees that made them loose their leaves. They may have survived it I would have given them enough time, but decided to wait until we move south to try again.
Good Luck
Can i plant in the ground in NYC?
Syd C on Apr 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would not recommed it. Orange trees do not hold up with the cold in the north east. We live in Boston and kept it in a very large pot only to bring it in during the winter.
Do we need a pollinator for this tree?
Bonnie K on Dec 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You should not need one. Mine has been just fine and has some small green fruit on it now. I do want to mention the fragrance from the orange blossom is incredible.
how big of a container do I need to plant the tree and any particular soi? I want to be ready when it comes!
Debby R on Nov 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I reside in Florida and planted my tree into the ground.
I would think the container should be very large for a tree to grow and be healthy.
we live in =Bluffton SC Lots of deer that eat flowers and so forth. Are these trees attractive to deer and will they eat the blossoms or oranges before we get a chance to enjoy them?
jeanne l on May 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Can't say they won't sample it but deer usually avoid aromatic plants, hope this helps!
are navel orange trees self pollinating?
Bob H on Jun 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Like most citrus, the Washington Navel Tree is self-pollinating. Wind and bees will naturally stimulate this when the tree is left outside. You can help your tree pollinate by taking a small brush or cotton swab and spreading pollen from one flower to another. Washington Navel Oranges are ripe for picking 7 to 12 months after flowering.
is the tree suceptible to citrus green?
bill c on May 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is primarily orchards in Florida although it could always happen. So far my oranges have been fine and disease free. I don't live in Florida.
We planted a navel orange tree, but we had what i think is called june drop? we live in southwest florida, what happened and when will it flower again?
Dee C on Jul 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Normally, this is a case of over watering. It should start producing flowers again in late winter.
How deep and large will the roots grow?
Al L on Jul 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The roots often reflect the trees branches. What you see above ground paints an image of what you'll see underground, unless your tree is kept in a container, then the roots will stay smaller. The majority of the roots will stay around 2 to 3 feet deep, but the main root could grow 8 to 12 feet downwards. If your soil is heavv in clay then chances are your roots will stay more shallow.
I got my tree last year... it's a house tree because I'm in Canada!! It would blossom and smell beautiful, then grow it's little oranges... but they would soon fall off, while penny or nickle size. That cycle happened about 3 times, but now my leaves are falling off ... I'm hoping to save it before she's totally bare!! I would mist it often too, thinking that they were meant for wet, humid areas! Any ideas???? Thanks, Janice
Janice E on Jun 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Give your tree a little fertilizer, and remove some of the oranges. Your tree may be trying to grow too many oranges for it to support. Sometimes fruit trees can overbear fruit, so while they have lots of fruit they stay small and fall off the tree. Remove a few oranges in order to get a few mature ones, instead of a lot of little ones. As your tree ages it will be able to handle more fruit.
Hi I leave in white city Oregon and I was wondering if I can plant a Washington navel orange tree on my yard and have succes whit the fruits I was reading and the harvest time is dicember and January but in those months is could here and probably snow?
Jonathan G on Mar 23, 2017
Can this fruit tree be grown outside in the back yard in Georgia state?
Nikki on Mar 10, 2017

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