Where do osage trees grow?

For many years, thousands of miles of these trees were planted in the East, Midwest, and South . Over time, the trees had adapted well, and today, you can find the Osage orange tree from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and from the Eastern Seaboard to the Great Plains.

Maclura pomifera , commonly known as the Osage orange, hedge, or hedge apple tree is a small deciduous tree or large shrub, typically growing to 8 to 15 metres (30–50 ft) tall.

What do Osage orange trees look like?

The Osage orange tree is an unusual tree. Its fruit are wrinkled green balls the size of grapefruit. On the other hand, the trees’ yellow wood is strong and flexible, and so dense that it is immune to termites. Growing an Osage orange tree is fast and easy . Read on for information about Osage orange trees .

You might be thinking “How do you grow Osage oranges from seed?”

It is easiest if you wait for fruit to fall to the ground and freeze in winter, since the cold temperatures facilitate seed-removal. Start growing Osage orange trees by planting individual seeds in pots indoors . Don’t start them outside unless you know exactly where you want them to stand in the garden.

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