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Washington Navel Orange Tree

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4-5 Year Old (4-4.5 Ft) Washington Navel Orange Tree

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Washington Navels have beautiful blossoms that produce tasty oranges that are great for juicing.


The Summerfield Navel Orange Tree will be substituted for all Washington Navel Orange Trees in Florida.


Not Available in Alaska, Arizona, California, or Hawaii.


Shipped in a Black Growers Pot with Soil. (Pot Not Available in FL)
(Normally $139.99 + $20.00 extra shipped planted in growers pot & soil)




3 Year Warranty!



Availability: In stock

$99.99

Sale: $159.99

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Our Citrus Trees are grown and handled by world-renowned growers. It is our mission to provide the best and healthiest trees in the country. We pride ourselves on our customer relations. We aim to please you, our valued customer. Rest assured when ordering through lemoncitrustree.com. Prefer to place your order over the phone? Call us at 229-299-5555.


At LemonCitrusTree.com All of Our Trees are:

  • On Sale! Up to 60% Off the Regular Price
  • Lowest Price Guaranteed
  • Longest EVER 3-YEAR WARRANTY (You Won't Find a Warranty as Long with ANY of Our Competitors!)


NOTE: Not all of our citrus trees can be shipped throughout the entire country due to agricultural restrictions.


Product Description:

Washington Navel Oranges give you an abundance of sweet, seedless, and easy to peel fruits that ripen in the early part of the winter until late spring. Washington Navel Trees produce beautiful fragrant flowers and foliage all year round. The Washington Navel is cold hardy in USDA Growing Zones 9-11. The tree can be kept as a patio plant in all other growing zones. If you live in a cold climate, simply bring your tree inside during the winter.


UPC: 700256921202

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