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Orange Fruit, Santra - Plant

Orange Fruit, Santra - Plant

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  • Comes with a Plastic pot
  • 3-7 Days Delivery
  • Organic
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Indulge in the sunny delight of homegrown citrus with Vermi Organics' Orange Fruit Santra Plant, popularly known as Santra. Elevate your gardening experience by cultivating this vibrant and flavorful citrus plant, bringing the essence of a sun-kissed orchard right into your own backyard. The Santra plant promises not only a burst of citrusy goodness but also the joy of nurturing a fruitful addition to your green space.

About: The Orange Fruit Santra Plant, scientifically classified as Citrus sinensis, is a citrus tree renowned for its succulent and tangy orange fruits. Originating from Southeast Asia, this evergreen tree has found its way into gardens worldwide, offering both ornamental appeal and delectable harvests. Vermi Organics takes pride in presenting you with robust Santra plants, carefully selected and cultivated to thrive in various climates and growing conditions.

Benefits: Beyond its delicious taste, the Santra offers a plethora of health benefits. Packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber, the orange fruits contribute to a strengthened immune system and improved digestive health. Additionally, the refreshing aroma of the Santra tree can uplift mood and create a positive atmosphere in your garden or living space. Enjoy the dual benefits of homegrown goodness and natural aromatherapy with the Santra plant.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): The Orange Fruit Santra Plant is ideally suited for outdoor cultivation, basking in full sunlight to promote robust growth and maximize fruit production. While it thrives in warm and tropical climates, it can adapt to various conditions, making it a versatile addition to gardens in a range of geographical locations. Plant your Santra tree in well-draining soil, and watch it flourish under the open sky.

Care: Caring for your Santra plant involves a few essential steps to ensure a bountiful harvest. Provide ample sunlight, at least 6-8 hours daily, and water consistently, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. Fertilize your Santra tree during the growing season with a balanced citrus fertilizer to support healthy fruit development. Pruning can help shape the tree and promote better air circulation.

Common Names: The Santra is commonly known by various names across different regions, adding cultural richness to its identity. In English, it's referred to as Orange or Sweet Orange, while in various Indian languages, it is known as "Santra" or "Narangi." Embrace the linguistic diversity that accompanies the cultivation of this beloved citrus tree.


  • Scientific Name: Citrus sinensis
  • Variety: Sweet Orange
  • Size: Can reach a height of 15-25 feet when fully mature
  • Fruit Color: Bright orange
  • Blossom Time: Typically blooms in spring, with fruits ripening in late fall to winter

Special Features: The Santra plant boasts special features that make it a standout choice for any garden. Its glossy, evergreen foliage provides year-round beauty, while fragrant white blossoms precede the emergence of the iconic orange fruits. The ability to thrive in diverse climates and its adaptability to various soil types make the Santra a versatile and resilient addition to your garden.

Uses: The uses of the Santra plant extend beyond its delightful fruits. Harvest the oranges for fresh and juicy snacks, use the zest for culinary delights, or squeeze the citrusy goodness into refreshing homemade juices. The aromatic blossoms can be a fragrant addition to potpourri or homemade essential oils. Embrace the multifaceted utility of the Santra plant, making it a centerpiece for both culinary and aromatic experiences.

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Customer Reviews

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Nivedita Das
Orange and lemon plant

Both were delivered as promised however they both look barren with very few leaves , if its remotely possible to revive it , i can only share my reviews after atleast 3 months