Do osage orange trees grow in Michigan?

Answer Although the osage orange (Maclura pomifera) is native to the southwestern United States, it also grows in Michigan. The tree, hardy from zones 5 through 9, currently grows in several counties in M... Read More »

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How do I grow Osage orange trees?

SeedsSoak your fruit in a bucket of water to soften, so you can remove the seeds.SoilDark, rich soil is best. Till the ground and mix with manure or fertilizer. Plant your seeds 8 inches deep. You ... Read More »

How do I propagate osage orange trees?

SeedsSeparate the seeds from the fruit. Drop the fruit into a bucket of water and allow it to soften, then extract the seed. If you are taking the seeds from fruit that is fully ripe and has fallen... Read More »

How fast does the orange osage tree grow?

Orange osage trees mature to a height of 30 to 40 feet and have a spread of 20 to 40 feet. This tree has a rapid growth rate and grows in excess of 25 inches a year.References:University of Florida... Read More »

How fast do orange trees grow?

Orange trees typically bear fruit in the 3rd year after the initial planting. At this stage, orange trees can yield 10 to 15 lbs. of fruit. By full maturity in the 10th year, production increases t... Read More »