How to Care for Indoor Orange Tree?

A dwarf orange tree is among the best indoor citrus trees. These citrus trees houseplants can tolerate the indoor weather-climate fluctuations.

This ornamental orange tree can reach 3-6 ft under appropriate growing conditions. It usually blooms between January and December.

The mini orange tree care routine is similar to the indoor lemon tree. Begin by choosing the best indoor orange variety that suits your home.

There are different types of orange trees for growing indoors. Choose a dwarf orange tree that will produce fruits and flowers right away.

Choosing the Best Indoor Orange Tree Type

Dwarf orange trees do best in a pot with drainage holes and allow adequate root aeration. I recommend buying a pot made from non-porous materials.

Best Pot

An indoor mini orange tree does best in lightweight and well-draining soil. The lightweight potting mix allows adequate air circulation around the root system.

 Soil Requirement

Dwarf orange trees need bright sunlight to flower and produce fruits. Indoor orange trees can thrive under bright indirect sunlight without facing any problem.

Light Requirement

Indoor orange trees are picky when it comes to watering routines. The golden rule is to monitor these mini orange trees to meet their watering requirements.

How to Water

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