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Dense rows of orange trees line the fields in

Residents grow orange trees in abundance as they are a major business and important part of the Mediterranean economy in Valencia, Spain in Europe. Rows of orange, lemon, and clementine trees can be seen when traveling through Valencia, Spain which is known as the "The Orchard of Spain".In Valencia, Spain people also use orange trees to make tea by drying the blossoms that fall off so locals make good use of the flowers and the orange itself. The orange trees in Valencia produce one of the sweetest oranges because they ripen late in the season which makes them extremely popular.Orange trees in Valencia are not difficult to grow as long as they have good light, a bit of humidity and some good orange feed. An orange grown and ripened on your own trees is far juicer and tastier than buying them at your local supermarket where many times they are picked before being fully ripened.Orange Tree Orchard near Oliva in Valencia, Spain, Europe.



Orange Trees

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Photo of an orange tree grown in the "Orchard of Spain" in Valencia, Spain in Europe.

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Orange Trees
Dense rows of orange trees line the fields in
Scientific Name
Citrus sinensis
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Rolf Hicker
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