Orange Tree in 6L Pot

Delivery Supplement:
  • Delicious full size fruit within 12 months!
  • Fantastic value for a tree of this quality.
  • Super-fragrant summer blossom.
  • Easy to grow and care for - low maintenance
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 6L pot, approx. 1M tall.
Product Information
Pick your very own delicious fresh oranges and add a Mediterranean feel to your home or garden! Packed full of vitamin C, these fruits are not only delicious, but good for you as well! 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 blossom during late spring and early summer. Wonderfully sweet, seedless 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 keep your trees in their pots, and place in a sunny, sheltered position. Protect from frost during the winter time either by bringing indoors into a conservatory, or by covering with a plant.Supplied as an established plant in a 6L pot, approx. 1M tall.

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The orange shrub, when delivered, matches the height description in the advert and looks strong and healthy. If there was information to describe the approximate age of the shrub and at what age the shrub will flower contained in the box it would be really helpful. Information about when to re-pot in what sort of compost and general care, pruning etc would also be useful. I am not being critical as I have managed to find the information but there is a lot of contradictory information about.
I am extremely pleased with my purchase and would have no problem with ordering other plants from Coopers.
By Mr Andrew Harrison,  11 May 2022