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Common name. Olive - Arbequina


Botanical name. Olea europaea


Description. The Olive is a small purple-green coloured fruit fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil, very drought resistant.Trees require good drainage and water, particularly during flowering, fruit set and as fruit develops. Feed with citrus food Spring and Autumn. Olives require varying amounts of chilling to set fruit and in tropical areas where winters are warm, trees may grow well but bear little or no fruit. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name. Olive - Coratina


Botanical name. Olea europaea


Description. The Olive is a small purple-green coloured fruit fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil, very drought resistant.Trees require good drainage and water, particularly during flowering, fruit set and as fruit develops. Feed with citrus food Spring and Autumn. Olives require varying amounts of chilling to set fruit and in tropical areas where winters are warm, trees may grow well but bear little or no fruit. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name. Olive - Frantoio


Botanical name. Olea europaea


Description. The Olive is a small purple-green coloured fruit fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil, very drought resistant.Trees require good drainage and water, particularly during flowering, fruit set and as fruit develops. Feed with citrus food Spring and Autumn. Olives require varying amounts of chilling to set fruit and in tropical areas where winters are warm, trees may grow well but bear little or no fruit. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name. Olive - Kolossus Kalamata


Botanical name. Olea europaea


Description. The Olive is a small purple-green coloured fruit fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil, very drought resistant.Trees require good drainage and water, particularly during flowering, fruit set and as fruit develops. Feed with citrus food Spring and Autumn. Olives require varying amounts of chilling to set fruit and in tropical areas where winters are warm, trees may grow well but bear little or no fruit. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name. Olive - Manzanillo


Botanical name. Olea europaea


Description. The Olive is a small purple-green coloured fruit fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil, very drought resistant.Trees require good drainage and water, particularly during flowering, fruit set and as fruit develops. Feed with citrus food Spring and Autumn. Olives require varying amounts of chilling to set fruit and in tropical areas where winters are warm, trees may grow well but bear little or no fruit. Grows to 8m - 15m high.


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Common name. Orange - Blood


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Blood Orange is a crimson, blood coloured fleshed fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. The flesh develops its characteristic maroon colour when the fruit develops with low temperatures during the night. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Blood - Arnold - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus sinensis


Description. The Arnold Blood Orange requires hot dry conditions to develop the best colour. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Grows to 2m-4m high.


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Common name. Orange - Blood - Cara Cara


Botanical name. Citrus sinensis


Description. The Cara Cara Orange is a part navel orange part blood orange juicy fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. A seedless variety that grows large fruit. Grows to 3m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange - Blood - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Blood Orange is a crimson, blood coloured fleshed fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. The flesh develops its characteristic maroon colour when the fruit develops with low temperatures during the night. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange - Joppa


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Joppa - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange - Lanes Late Navel


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Lanes Late Navel - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange - Navelina


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Lanes Late Navel - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange - Seedless - Valencia


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Lanes Late Navel - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name.    Orange - Washington Navel


Botanical name.   Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 9m-10m high.


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Common name. Orange - Washington Navel - Dwarf


Botanical name. Citrus x sinensis


Description. The Orange is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange trees are widely grown in tropical and subtropical climates for their sweet fruit. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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Common name. Orange Berry


Botanical name. Glycosmis trifoliata


Description. The Orange berry is a sweet, orange coloured fruit. This tree requires full sun with well drained soil. Orange berries are eaten as bush food. Grows to 4m-5m high.


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