Plant care and instruction
Like most citrus varieties, the bitter orange tree should not be overwatered. However, it does need regular watering and prefers soil that is loamy, allowing some amount of water retention. The main goal is not to let the roots get waterlogged, which can draw pests and cause disease
1.Light -Full to partial sunlight
2.Place-Well-draining soil and an adequately draining container.
3.Water – Frequent watering
4.Fertilizer -Apply any organic fertilizer.
5.repotting – re-potted in the spring before they start active growth.
6.temperature –68° F (20° C).
Bitter orange has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for indigestion, nausea, and constipation. Today, various bitter orange products are promoted for heartburn, nasal congestion, weight loss, appetite stimulation or suppression, and athletic performance.