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Hardy Orange Tree 'Flying Dragon'

Citrus trifoliata

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Unique, Cold Hardy Orange Grows Anywhere

Why The Hardy Orange 'Flying Dragon'?

The Hardy Orange, also known as the Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange, is one of the most unique fruit varieties available. Its twisted stems are contorted in different directions with curved, claw-like thorns, giving the illusion of dragons in flight.

Plus, the Flying Dragon is simple to grow. Despite its rarity and exotic looks, the Hardy Orange does well in containers, even pruned in bonsai fashion. This Plant's design changes from wicked-like in the winter when its large thorns are exposed – to a soft flowering plant in the spring, quickly followed by colorful, fragrant oranges. While these oranges aren't recommended to eat, since they're small, tart and heavily seeded, they are great for cooking or making orangeade!

Although it's often used as an accent or in a container, this interesting shrub is a perfect option for a hedge - with its long, curved thorns, it's perfect for creating privacy and deterring intruders, while still adding beauty to the landscape.

And it withstands temperatures as low as -10 degrees. The Hardy Orange is a tough plant that does well in both sunny and shady areas. It's drought-tolerant and barely needs pruning, so it's a time-saver with virtually no upkeep required, needing only a bit of sun and water to thrive.

Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better

With our Hardy Orange, you get a carefree, one-of-a-kind plant and a healthy head start. Because we've planted, grown and nurtured our trees with care, long before they ship to your home, you get a healthier root system and more developed branching.

There's no need to visit your local nursery or big box since you get exotic, lush growth delivered right to your door.

These show-stopping plants go quickly every year, so be sure to order before we’re out of stock. Get your own Flying Dragon today!

Full Planting & Care Instructions

Product Details

    Mature Height:8 ft. pruned
    Mature Width:5-8 ft.
    Sunlight:Full-Partial Sun
    Growth Rate:Moderate
    Harvest Time:November - December
    Year to Bear:Can Fruit the 1st Year!
    Botanical Name:Citrus trifoliata
    Does Not Ship To:AL,AZ,CA,FL,GA,LA,OR,TX
    Grows Well In Zones:5-10 outdoors
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    Growing Zones: 5-10 outdoors

    (hardy down to -10℉)

    Customer Reviews & Photos

    4.6

    Based on 55 reviews

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    Charles W.
    6/12/2024

    I bought a Flying Dragon

    I bought a Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange from FGT and kept it in a pot for a year before putting it in-ground in late 2019. It was shaded by a nearby pear tree, but has prospered. The first two winters, in Zone 5B with at least two nights down to -22F with wind chill, it lost a couple of top inches, but since then has not lost any to the winters. This year, 2024, it has blossomed and fruited heavily for the first time. See photos. It now is over 6' tall!

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    Denise T.
    4/5/2024
    Verified Buyer

    Hardy? How about Hardly...

    Still alive since I planted it in 2020, but it hasn't grown an inch. Very disappointed, but not surprised.

    Fast Growing Trees Plant ExpertHello Denise, we're sorry to hear about your experience with the plant! We have reached out privately to help!
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    Ammon
    1/29/2024
    Verified Buyer

    sus

    too early to tell.

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    Ammon
    1/28/2024
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    sus

    I can tell yet because it is dormant

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    Anonymous
    1/23/2024

    Amazing

    Great like always

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