Sweet Flavor Like a Berry! We don’t mean to get all existential on you here, but does orange juice have to be orange? Can an orange taste like a berry? Can it look like a grapefruit?The answers to these questions are yes, Yes and YES! Say hello to the Cara Cara Sweet Orange. Only discovered relatively recently in the 1970’s, the Cara Cara didn’t hit American markets until the 80’s and even then it was only in specialty grocers. It still isn’t widely known or widely grown, but we here at Nature Hills want to change that. We don’t think we’re overselling it to say that Cara Cara could be life-changing for you!Cara Cara is a hybrid navel orange that looks like a regular old orange on the outside. Once you cut into it, though, you will never forget it! The flesh is pink – not the dark red of a blood orange, but the sparkling rose of a pink grapefruit. It is super juicy and the juice is pink, too.As amazing as the color is, it is the taste that is going to knock your socks off! Cara Cara doesn’t taste like your traditional orange. Some people say they taste raspberry, blackberry and cranberry when they bite into it. Others say it tastes like orange candy. They all say, “Can we have more, please?!”Perfect for citrus growing regions of the US, Cara Cara is also great in pots by a sunny window in cold winter climates.These trees are just now hitting the home gardening scene and are going to go fast this year. Don’t be left out! Order your today and after you’ve bitten into your first slice of Cara Cara give us a call and thank us. We promise we won’t say “we told you so”.* Sparkling pink flesh and pink juice * Sweet flavor with a berry taste * Low Acid and Seedless* Perfect for pots.
A Large, Sweet and Virtually Seedless OrangeThe Midknight Valencia Orange is an early fruiting Valencia. It produces larger fruit than the Valencia, but it’s just as sweet and virtually seedless.It is slower growing than the Valencia making it a wonderful container plant in colder climates. Plant this hardy tree in a decorative container and enjoy its fragrant flowers and fruit on your patio, deck or balcony during the warmer months.Move it indoors before the first frost and you can enjoy fresh home-grown oranges even in the coldest regions.The Midknight Valencia Orange produces large, high quality fruit. It has a nice round shape and a very smooth skin. Its high sugar and juice content in addition to its low acid content creates an excellent orange for snacking or juicing.During fruiting it appears to produce a smaller crop than the Valencia. The yield is similar; however the much larger fruit makes it seem less productive.The Midknight Valencia is a hardy, upright tree with wonderfully sweet fruit. This tree would be just as happy in the yard or in the house making it a great choice in any growing zone.* Seedless* Large Juicy Fruit* Great indoors or outdoors.
The Famous, Sweet, Juicing OrangeThe Valencia Orange is a sweet orange best known for its use as a juicing orange. However, it’s size, color and outstanding taste makes it a popular snacking orange too.Brilliant white flowers will fill your yard with their fragrance, and fruit bearing occurs from spring sometimes into late fall/early winter. The medium sized fruit has very few seeds, is sweet and succulent and very easy to peel.A compact evergreen, it has glossy oval leaves that make a beautiful backdrop for the clusters of creamy white flowers and fruit it displays much of the year.The Valencia Orange Tree is one of the easiest to grow citrus trees. It is known as a tough tree that can withstand poor soil. Also, even though it’s known for growing in warmer regions it can be grown in colder areas if the tree brought indoors before the first frost.Enjoy this easy to grow, low maintenance tree in your yard no matter what zone you live in and you will be growing an orange tree that produces fruit after all other orange trees are out of season.* Fragrant* Hardy* Good Orange for Juice.
Large & Juicy Seedless OrangeThere are really only a few things that you want in an orange – big size, sweet juice and few seeds. Robertson Sweet Orange checks all of those items off of the list and so much more!This bestselling orange is easy to grow. It performs better than most citrus trees in cooler summer areas. If you don’t live in a citrus friendly locale you don’t need to worry, though, as this sweet orange will do just fine in a pot in front of a sunny window. People who grow Robertson Sweet Oranges at home will tell you how satisfying it is to go out and pick a fresh juicy orange straight from your own tree.Robertson Sweet Orange is naturally dwarf, but grows into a bushy shrub-like tree in no time. The fruit is very prolific and you will be up to your ears in sweet oranges once the tree matures. The heaviest crop will be in the winter months, but it produces fruit that hangs on the tree for a long time.Your family and friends will love to share your bounty with the abundance of extra fruit you will have, but only if you order yours today!* Large sweet fruit * Heavy yield * Seedless.
Strong and Hardy OrnamentalThe Osage Orange is a small to medium sized tree that can grow almost anywhere. People often choose it as an ornamental, and it would look lovely as a side planting in your yard, or even as a hedge along a boarder. The Osage generally stays under 30 feet in height, and can make an excellent shade tree. You’ll love its rounded, irregular crown that will add some unique distinction to your landscape. The 6 inch lance-shaped leaves are a dark robust green, a perfect shade to contrast the many lighter green shades of summer. You’ll notice small green flowers as they begin to grace the Osage’s branches in the spring, and love the citrus scent of its fruit in the fall. The Osage has a rich history. It was often used by ranchers as a natural property fence. The Osage’s strong wood, hardy nature and thorny branches all combined to make hedges that were effective in holding in livestock. Think of the fun you’ll have telling friends and neighbors about the “living barbed wire” from the old west that you have growing in your yard! The Osage is still valued its incredibly strong wood. In fact, archers still prize the wood for making bows just as American Indians did in the past. The Osage fruit consists of a 6 inch wrinkly ball that changes from green to yellowish when ripe. It’s not used as food by humans, but squirrels and other wildlife love it. For a unique ornamental tree with a lot of year round appeal, the Osage is a great choice. * Ornamental tree* Fall fruit* Hardy.
The Lane Late Sweet Orange is a spring/summer ripening seedless Navel Orange. It’s a Washington Navel hybrid developed in Australia with fine, rich flavor. The Lane Late Sweet Orange is a new choice for oranges to peel and eat or juice in the summer.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Grow Them Anywhere!If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Hurry, Quantities Are Limited!Our trees are always in high demand, and we expect these large-sized, mature citrus trees to be very popular. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S..
Red Juice From a Beautiful OrangeThere are very few fruits as beautiful as the blood orange and very few blood oranges as beautiful as the Sanguinelli.Hailing from Spain, the Sanguinelli Blood Orange has some of the most attractive red-tinged skin of any orange on the market. They look like ornaments hanging amongst the deep green leaves on the small to medium sized tree.Just like you’d expect, the juice is blood red. It has a sweet/tart flavor that is excellent to drink fresh or when it is used in cooking. These fruits bring great prices at farmer’s markets, but that means you’d have to part with your bounty…which might be harder than you think once you taste these beauties!You will be very happy with this super-easy-to-grow tree. It does great outdoors, where it never outgrows it bounds and fits into the smallest garden without a problem. It also grows well in pots in a sunny room during the winter.Nature Hills ships three-year-old stock that is healthy and ready to plant. You will be able to plant these trees immediately and enjoy their delicious fruits sooner, due to the large size. These are very popular and we expect them to sell out fast, so don’t wait to order yours!* Purple Flesh * Popular with Chefs * Tart Flavor.
The Trovita Orange is a widely adaptable thin skinned orange, which develops excellent flavor without the heat required by other varieties. This makes it an excellent choice for home gardeners. It can withstand temperatures from 50 to 100 degrees, but is not shade or salt tolerant.It requires a lot of moisture, but does not like to be standing in water. It produces prolifically and can be eaten directly from the tree or juiced. The juice will not turn bitter when stored in the refrigerator.Trovita is ideal for fresh-squeezed orange juice, and it is very sweetly mild with few seeds. The fruit ripens and blooms in spring, so you may have fragrant blooms and orange fruit at the same time! This is the only orange that is suitable for indoor growing. The tree is vigorous and upright in growth. It prefers full sun, fertile, but well drained soil, and moderate water. Simply put the tree near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Our trees are always in high demand, and we expect these large-sized, mature citrus trees to be very popular. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Low Heat Production* Great for Eating or Juicing* Fragrant.
A Beautiful Orange with a Delicious Unique FlavorMoro Blood Orange is a variety of orange with crimson, blood-colored flesh. The fruit is smaller than an average orange, and its skin is usually pitted, but can be smooth. It is known for its high content of Vitamin C, Potassium and Carotene. It is easy to peel, medium-size and is usually seedless.Culinary Chefs who want to add visual appeal and outstanding flavor to salads, sauces, appetizers, and desserts, are making this orange quite popular. Deliciously sweet and slightly sour, the Moro Blood Orange offers a raspberry overtone and tends to be slightly less acidic than other oranges. By the time the fruit matures, the flesh is deep red. For best results, place your dwarf citrus tree on a porch or patio in the spring, summer and early fall. As winter approaches and temperatures begin to drop in the thirties, bring your tree indoors and place in a window with a western or southern sun exposure. It prefers full sun, fertile, but well drained soil, and moderate water.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Grow Them Anywhere!If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.Hurry, Quantities Are Limited!Our trees are always in high demand, and we expect these large-sized, mature citrus trees to be very popular. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S..
Amazing Fragrance – Great in ContainersThe Bouquet de Fleurs Sour Orange is a gorgeous ornamental tree. It is well known for its massive clusters of intensely fragrant blossoms. The Bouquet de Fleurs Sour Orange displays attractive dark orange fruit and shiny foliage.Perfect as a shrub or hedge, but it does just as well in containers for an attractive and fragrant accent plant.You Get large, Well Established Trees!These trees are a minimum three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, & let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.* Prolific Fragrant Blossoms* Dark Orange Fruit* Use as Specimen or Hedge .
Miniature ‘Orange’ with Year Round BloomsCalamondin oranges are little tricksters. They look like oranges, just smaller versions. They smell like oranges when they are in bloom. They juice like oranges when they are sliced. But all that enticing ‘orangeness’ gets tossed out the window when you taste one. The taste is much closer to a sour lime than a sweet orange!Calamondin fruit is most often used in cooking to take the place of lemon or lime. These are a great substitute for anything you would use a sour citrus for – fish, chicken, iced tea, Asian cuisine, baking, etc. In Florida in the 50’s Calamondin Orange trees were all the rage for the home landscape. You would often see stands selling a sweet lemonade-like drink made with Calamondin instead of lemons. They make a great marmalade, too.These trees have a nice shape which makes them standouts in the landscape or in the container. They are often used in ornamental bonsai. They can have flowers and fruit at the same time, so they make great specimens for greenhouse or indoor culture. When the trees are in bloom they will perfume your entire house.Nature Hills ships out large, established trees that are a minimum of three years old, have extensive branching and some of the largest root systems available. The sooner that you order, the sooner you can be enjoying the conversation-starting fruit from these beautiful trees.* Small, round sweet/sour fruit* Very cold-hardy* Great in containers* Great for cooking and juicing.
Grow Delicious Seedless Oranges at Home The Washington Navel Orange is seedless and matures early in winter. Being thick skinned and easy to peel, it is one of the most popular varieties.The Washington Navel is popular because of its outstanding flavor for both eating out of hand and for juicing. It produces an abundance of large, orange fleshed, seedless fruits, and can be left on the tree for up to three months without diminished quality. The flowers on a Washington Navel bloom in the spring, but then take seven to ten months to mature and ripen. The moderatly sized trees have waxy white fragrant flowers with deep green shiny leaves and will not pollinate other trees. Washington Navel Orange prefers full sun, fertile, but well drained soil, and moderate water. In colder climates, simply plant them in a container and bring them inside. Just keep them near a sunny window. .Our trees are always in high demand, and we expect these large-sized, mature citrus trees to be very popular. Order now before they sell out and enjoy the benefits of growing your own citrus fruit anywhere in the U.S.* Moderate Sized Tree* Delicious Fruit* Seedless.