Decorative artificial citrus trees and fake lemon and orange tree products can make for a convincing theme in almost any commercial environment. Citrus trees and plants have long made a majestic impression on many who come across them, yet they are unusually hard to care for. Faux citrus trees, when produced by a reputable manufacturer, make lemon, orange, and grapefruit trees available globally year long.
Faux Citrus Trees Description
The genus Citrus belongs to the Rutaceae family. The precise number of native species of citrus trees is unclear. However, they are often the ideal choice as a landscape fruit tree. An appealing shape, fragrant blossoms, and edible fruit are just several of the many benefits. The most well-known sorts of citrus trees are lemon, orange, lime, grapefruit, and tangerine. Citrus trees grow to different heights: lemon trees can grow to 20'-30' tall, while an orange tree can grow up to 60' tall. In either case, faux citrus trees manufactured with artificial citrus fruit -- including fake lemon tree or orange tree replicas -- can be made to look just like the real thing.
Decorative Citrus Trees Genealogy
The pollination of citrus trees is typically done by insects, though many are seedless and produced with no pollination. The fruits of citrus trees go through a process referred to as “tree ripening,” meaning that once the entire tree has finished its ripening cycle, the fruit will be picked and ripen slowly from that point. Decorative fruit trees and artificial citrus plants are often made to resemble the state of maturation at its zenith with full and bright fruit, thereby providing the most visual impact possible. The artificial citrus fruit is incredibly realistic in size, shape, and color that it is almost indistinguishable from real fruit.
Fake Lemon Tree Specifics
Most lemon tree species grow in China, the Mediterranean basin (including Spain), South Africa, South America, and Australia. In the United States, California, Arizona, Florida, and Texas are the primary producers. Lemon trees thrive in a sunny, humid environment, and they require fertile soil and adequate rainfall or irrigation. Most lemon trees grow the best in well-drained soil that is slightly acidic and are not generally frost hardy. As such faux lemon tree products are excellent in places with winter of any kind.
Fake Orange Tree Specifics
Orange fruit tree species are also grown in the regions mentioned above, and oranges are typically eaten fresh. In addition to orange juice, oranges are used for a variety of things, including garnishes for beer and mixed drinks, and squeezed over certain meat and vegetable dishes. Oranges are famous for their high content of vitamin c, and the peel of a fruit is sometimes used as a facial cleanser. With so many uses, it’s not surprising that fake orange trees can have such a positive impact on people, especially in areas where they are not naturally found.