Frank's Fruit Trees
Navel Orange Potted Tree
Navel Orange Potted Tree
This grafted Navel orange tree produces the beautiful juicy fruit you can purchase at your local grocery store! It is best eaten fresh, but of course can be squeezed to make fresh orange juice, flavorings, and more!
Perfect for new growers
Produces delicious oranges of the same variety found in a grocery store
Fruit ripens in the fall
3-4 feet in a 3-gallon container
Light requirement: 8+ hours
Fruit flavor: Sweet, like a store-bought orange
Fruit size: the size of a baseball
Fruiting season: flowers in late winter and ripens in fall
Time before fruiting: 9-12 months
We have a 5-day return policy, which means you have 5 days after receiving your item to request a return.
To be eligible for a return, your tree must be in the same condition that you received it and in its original pot. You’ll also need the receipt or proof of purchase.
If your return is accepted, we’ll send you a return shipping label, as well as instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted. Please note, all return shipping charges will be deducted from your refund.
For more information, please see our refund policy.
All tree photos are of Frank's Fruit Trees. Photos of fruit are NOT from Frank's Fruit Trees, but are used to show what the fruit will look like once it is produced.
What is the difference between a rooted tree and a grafted tree?
A rooted tree is a tree that is grown on its own roots. It may require more attention than its grafted counterpart, but it is still a great tree that produces fruit. It tends to adapt very well to being in a container and will stay substantially smaller than a grafted tree, growing more into a bush shape. If it is cared for well, it may flower and produce fruit sooner than a grafted tree. Citrus trees on their own roots can be more susceptible to disease and are less forgiving if they are neglected.
A grafted tree is a tree that is made of two conjoined trees. The roots and the bottom of the stem (rootstock) are one tree selected for disease resistance and other desired qualities, while the top of the tree is another tree - the tree you are purchasing. For example, our grafted calamondin tree may be grafted to a flying dragon rootstock. Since grafted trees have roots that have been selected for positive attributes, they tend to be more tolerant to their environment and may produce better quality fruit.
WHY SHOP FRANK'S?
We're different from other sellers.
We use photos of our actual products so you know what you're ordering. None of that small print stuff.
We are here to help every step of the way. Have a question before you purchase? A year later? Reach out! We love talking about plants anyway.
Small business in Wisconsin
We aren't a big corporation that pays the big boss and takes from the little guy. Just a family-run small business in Sun Prairie, WI.
Indoor fruiting trees
Our trees never have to be planted in the ground unless you want to. That means they can be grown from any location - as long as they have enough light, of course. Hello, fresh lemonade!