Where were orange trees first grown?

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

2 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

In China.

Don't just rock the boat, turn it over, if you're not on it! ______________________________________________ Life's Values Honesty, Courage, Gratitude, Responsibility, Charity, Moderation, Hope, Thrift, Hard Work, Reverence, Humility ___________________________________________________

Oranges were native to China and the Chinese were the first to start domesticating them and creating different species. They soon spread throughout Asia, then to Europe, Spain and Portugal when the Dutch east Indies trading company and others started trade with China and Asia. Peaches were also originally native to China.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: How do I find new home better homes and gardens ...

how do I find new home better homes and gardens special interest publication spring/summer 2007

Asked: I signed up with National Home Gardening Club ...

I signed up with National Home Gardening Club years ago and received a set of tools for gardening. The spring which opens the hand shears is missing. How can I get a new spring, or another pair of ...

Asked: Need help to identify the type of insect that is ...

I have hundreds of rescured poinsettias in my garden in Maui. Leaves have little brown spots the size of a pin prick on all the leaves. I was told it was mites and to use Avid to spray. I have ...

Ask a Question... We'll forward it to people who know

More Questions

Leaves are closing in my tangelo tree

Soil to wet, soil to cold which cause nutrient deficeincy, soil to compact with lack of oxygen getting to the roots, soil to dry, lack of iron, lack of nitrogyn, lack of sunlight and so on.

Oranges turning black

Check for bugs, maybe they are infested? I would not eat them if I were you.

Best Bid Tree Service & more

Mark is right, if you really want to get an information regarding it then you meet to tree specialist like Arbor Care, Inc. try it out you will definitely get the answer of it.

Best bid tree services & more

I haven't dealt with them but yes transplant my tree from one place to another. I liked one and then transfer to my home. You can also if you buy any tree by a bidding process. Contact instant shade inc.