When Do Orange Trees Bloom in Central Florida?

Orange trees bloom in the spring in Central Florida, according to the Floridata website. In 2009, flower buds began to develop in mid-January, but blooming was later than usual, according to the University of Florida Extension. The exact time depends on the variety. Mandarin oranges, for example, flower in March and April.

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