Valencia Orange Potted Kit

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Enjoy homegrown oranges from a container-grown tree. This kit comes with one Valencia Orange tree and includes one 10-inch pot and saucer – perfectly suited to accommodating your new citrus tree’s root system with room to grow. Pot and saucer are made of durable, crack- and chip-resistant resin. Lightweight and resistant to fading.

  • Shipped as 6-12 inch plants.
  • Mature size can be kept smaller by pruning.
  • If you live in a cooler climate, we recommend this Kit option for growing this warm-weather plant in containers so that you can move it indoors before freezing temperatures arrive.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

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Questions & Answers

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Can I plant two of these orange trees side by side in one much larger pot?
Michael F on Mar 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't so that you can get the full benefits from the tree-planting them together can prevent them from growing,if the pot isn't bid enough. The pot would have to be really big to hold them both one plant could take more of the the nutrients from the other.
i live in cleveland ohio. I plan on keeping this plant indoor with a plant light on it. do you think ill have a problem with it. Im looking at the orange trees...?
doloplo on Feb 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I live in MD and have mine potted inside in a window, but near the heater since its been cold this winter. My Valencia orange plant is doing well. It came with 3 baby oranges that started out small and green and have gotten a little bigger and are now turning orange. I do not have any additional buds starting at this time. Overall, I like my plant, but it hasn't produced the volume of oranges shown in the picture.
Isn't it necessary to have a male and a female to get fruit?
Jim B on Feb 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You don't need another variety for pollination with this variety. You would get fruit with only one plant.

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Still no fruit?
I love my orange tree! She is beautiful and leafy, and very healthy. I named her Shirley, because my mother said you can never expect a plant to bloom for you, if you don't bother to call them by name. Well Shirley is lazy, or my mom lied. Maybe she doesn't like her name? I've had her for over a year now. This is a real accomplishment for me, my mother had a gift for agriculture. She could move into a desert and leave it a jungle... Some how I missed out on that gift. I, instead have inherited the black thumb of death. Any thing green to pass threw my hands dies in weeks- except Shirley. While she hasn't so much as blossomed let alone provide me with fruit, she is quiet hardy. She looks better tended to then some people's kids. I have faith that one day she will gve me a baby orange- but you know, even if she doesn't im proud of her for making it this far.
July 24, 2016
over 5 years ago
Amazing little tree
I live in a condo on a lake in Missouri. I started my tree on the deck last summer. It grew and bloomed during the summer. I brought it inside during the winter, expecting the little green oranges would fall off. I was amazed when all of them ripened through the winter. The oranges stayed on all winter and the tree continued to bloom with the jasmine fragrance.
June 15, 2016
over 7 years ago
Valencia Orange Potted Kit
??don't know What happened it very pretty during summer but died during winter
May 10, 2016
over 6 years ago
It made it through the winter indoors but it didn't look very good. And when I
brought it outside, it died within a week.
It looked good at first, but didn't make it.
June 1, 2016
over 6 years ago