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Blood Orange Tree


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The blood orange tree provides sweet oranges with a deep red flesh and pleasant overtones of fresh berries. 

Blood Orange Fruit

  • Named for its distinctively colored flesh, the blood orange’s red color is due to the presence of anthocyanins, the same antioxidant compounds found in purple grapes
  • Medium size fruit, with internal color from light orange-red to dark purple
  • Rich flavor, with a hint of berries
  • Easy to peel and usually seedless
  • The fruit requires cool night temperatures to develop. The fruit’s flesh may not darken as consistently in humid areas
  • The fruit matures typically in December to February
  • The oranges contain a low number of seeds while providing a juicy flesh and pleasant flavor, perfect for sauces and sorbets

Blood Orange Tree

Features of the Moro blood orange tree:

  • The blood orange tree is very easy to grow either indoors or outdoors.
  • cold hardy tree
  • It is a vigorous growing, medium-sized tree, with a tendency to alternate-bearing years (heavy, then light)
  • The blood orange requires both warm days for sugars to form and cool nights for the color to develop

Moro Blood Orange

  • The most popular commercial and home garden variety

  • Deep red color and that darkens to dark purple at maturity. 

  • In the South and Southeast, the color can become unpredictable but with a good flavor

  • Medium-sized and seedless

Tarocco Blood Orange

  • midseason variety, ripening between Moro and Sanguinelli

  • wonderful, rich-flavored fruit with berry overtones

  • One of the finest tasting oranges

  • Tree is thorny and takes longer to produce fruit

  • Internal color is unpredictable

  • Medium to large size fruit that is easy to peel with few seeds

Sanguinelli Blood Orange

  • late-ripening blood orange

  • small to medium 

  • internal color is lighter than Moro but the external color is the brightest of blood oranges, often a stunning cherry red

  • Smooth rind, delicious flavor

  • Few seeds, harder to peel

Grow Your Own Blood Oranges

  • The tree you will receive is micro-budded, non-GMO, and about 1.5 feet tall (not including root system) in a 1-gallon plastic pot
  • With proper care, your tree will bear fruit in one year


USDA restricts the shipment of citrus trees to CA, FL, AZ or LA.

Check out our Citrus Simplified Blog for drink and dessert recipies!

Fruit and leaves can be shipped anywhere in the US or Canada.