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Lane Naval Orange Tree

Lane Late navel orange, is a late maturing bud sport of Washington navel orange. It was discovered in Australia in1950 and is named for the tree's owner. The tree characteristics are very similar to those of Washington navel orange. The fruit is of similar size and shape, but it has a smoother peel and a slightly smaller navel. The fruit matures four to six week later than the Washington navel orange and stores on the tree for several months after reaching maturity before the quality deteriorates. Lane Late’ is one of many new Australian late season navels.

These are often called summer navels; however, here in Arizona they can be harvested beginning in January. There are over 13 different varieties of late navels with the ‘Lane Late’ being one of the most promising. It is currently being evaluated for Arizona conditions. Other varieties include ‘Autumn Gold’, ‘Barnsfield’, ‘Chislett’, ‘Powell’, and ‘Summer Gold’.
Plant Type Description Code Price Buy
#5 Dwarf bush Ideal house plant and greenhouse window citrus tree. A very attractive slow growing little citrus plant, full and bushy from the base of the planter. The fruit will be the same size as a full grown citrus tree, and flavor just as delicious. These plants are grown on Flying Dragon rootstock to insure that they will remain only about 3 feet tall with pruning. Ctr5DbLanNav $29.99
#5 Semi Dwarf A #5 Semi dwarf is a good size for planting citrus in small landscape areas and large planters. This semi dwarf size citrus tree can grow moderately and will reach 8 feet tall and wide in about 4 years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 4 x 4 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground dwarf citrus will mature to 6 x 6 feet in about 2 to 3 years depending on care. Ctr5SmDLanNav $34.00
#5 Standard bush The #5 Standard citrus tree is an ideal size for planting citrus in small landscapes and large planters. This standard size citrus tree can grow very quickly and will reach 15 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 10 x 10 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground boxed "standards" will mature to 15 x 15 feet in about 8 to 10 years depending on care. Ctr5StBsLanNav $29.99
# 5 Standard tree A #5 bush good starter good plant size for planting citrus in wine barrels and other larger planters. The standard size citrus trees can grow very quickly and will reach 8 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 4 x 4 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Planted in the ground "standards" will mature to 15 x 15 in about 8 years. Ctr5StrLanNav $29.99
#7 Dwarf Bush #7 Dwarf citrus are stunning bushes, great size for planting citrus indoor planters. This dwarf size citrus tree can grow moderately and will reach 4 feet tall and wide in about 3 years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 2 1/2 x  2 1/2  feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground dwarf citrus will mature to 4 x 4 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Grown on Flying Dragon root stock for a long container gardening life. Ctr7DbLanNav $49.99
# 7 Standard Tree The #7 Standard citrus tree is an ideal size for planting citrus in small landscapes and large planters. This standard size citrus tree can grow very quickly and will reach 15 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 10 x 10 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground boxed "standards" will mature to 15 x 15 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Ctr7StrLanNav $49.99
#15 Dwarf Bush A #15 bush is a good size for planting citrus in landscapes and large planters. This dwarf size citrus tree can grow moderately and will reach 8 feet tall and wide in about 6 years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 4 x 4 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground dwarf citrus will mature to 4 x 4 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Ctr15DbLanNav $98.00
# 15 Standard Tree The #15 Standard citrus tree is an ideal size for planting citrus in landscapes and large planters. This standard size citrus tree can grow very quickly and will reach 15 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 10 x 10 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground boxed "standards" will mature to 15 x 15 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Ctr15StrLanNav $98.00
24" Dwarf Bush A 24" boxed bush is an ideal size for planting citrus in landscapes and large planters. This dwarf size citrus tree can grow moderately and will reach 8 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 4 x 4 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground boxed "standards" will mature to 8 x 8 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Ctr24SmDbLanNav $325.00
24" Standard Tree A 24" boxed bush is an ideal size for planting citrus in landscapes and large planters. This standard size citrus tree can grow very quickly and will reach 15 feet tall and wide in a few years. They can be pruned to stay smaller, much smaller to 10 x 10 feet. Citrus respond well to pruning and a regular good trim will improve the amount of fruit produced on the tree. Properly planted in the ground boxed "standards" will mature to 15 x 15 feet in about 3 to 4 years depending on care. Ctr24StrLanNav $325.00 .