Orange Trees

Orange Tree

mercador added on December 13, 2012 | Answered

Can an orange tree that froze and started growing again be fruitful? It is growing but there were no blooms or blossoms.

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Answered on December 14, 2012

It is difficult to say for sure but the fact that it is growing and healthy is a good sign. While it may not produce this season (may have suffered bud damage from the freeze), it is highly possible that it will in later years. I would recommend keeping the tree indoors or a protected area outside to avoid it having to freeze again.

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