YouGarden Blood Orange Citrus Tree in 6L Pot
Pick your very own delicious fresh blood oranges and add a Mediterranean feel to your home or garden. This variety is Citrus x Aurantium ‘Sanguinelli’ and it’s absolutely packed full of vitamin C so these fruits are not only delicious but good for you as well. The segments of this lovely variety are streaked with deep red anthocyanin pigment and contain high levels of anti-oxidants, they are among the finest tasting oranges of all. The peel is also suffused with an attractive ruddy glow. Use your fruits in everything from freshly squeezed juices, to yummy desserts, and save tons of money on supermarket prices. Not only that, this superb tree will produce highly fragrant, white blossoms during late spring and early summer. Wonderfully sweet, blood oranges will be ready for you to pick from October each year. To ensure you’ll be picking delicious fruit year after year, we advise you to keep your trees in their pots and place them in a su y, sheltered position. Hardy to -5°C, provide protection from severe frost during the winter time either by bringing indoors into a conservatory or by covering with a plant cosy. Features and Benefits Tasty fruit at home – Pick your very own delicious fresh blood oranges and add a Mediterranean feel to your home or garden. Good for you – Packed full of vitamin C, these fruits are not only delicious but good for you as well and can be used in everything from freshly squeezed juices to yummy desserts. Colourful – The segments of this lovely variety are streaked with deep red anthocyanin pigment and contain high levels of anti-oxidants, they are among the finest tasting oranges of all. Great looking – This superb tree will produce highly fragrant, white blossom during late spring and early summer, with wonderfully sweet, blood oranges ready for you to pick from October each year. Specifications Supplied as a 1 – 1.2m (3ft 3in – 4ft) tall, fully mature tree in a 6L pot Availability: All-year-round Planting time: April – September Flowering time: May – June Fruiting time: October Top Tips For best results, bring indoors to cool area for winter. Feed with specialist feed every month in spring and summer growth – they are hungry fellows. Care Information In summer, water freely – ideally with rainwater, while in winter you can reduce the amount – allowing the surface to dry out before watering again. Always allow excess water to drain away. Overwatering in winter is one of the commonest problems, so err on the dry side. Only minimal pruning is required to reshape or remove dead or damaged shoots. Provide shelter from severe frosts in winter. Citrus do not thrive in centrally heated homes, but a cool greenhouse or a conservatory is suitable for overwintering. Shop amazing garden deals right here at Appliance Deals. We check deals online everyday to ensure you always get the best deals available. We check the likes of Homebase, AO, Currys, Robert Dyas, Wickes & many more to ensure you never pay over the odds. Keep your Home & Garden looking great with our amazing offers.