Where the wild orange grows, we failed to discover, for the town itself is almost entirely bare of trees or flowers.
She was tired, she said, so they sat on the bench under the wild orange.
The sun was slanting in under the old, wild orange tree on to the gallery.
The sweet and wild orange grows here, and some extensive groves are to be seen.
He moved too rapidly then for my old limbs, and disappeared among those groves of wild orange that fill your neighborhood.
As we passed through a clump of wild orange trees, the path narrowed; and the father, letting go her hand, walked on ahead.
They generally use the juice of the wild orange in cleansing, and bathe regularly every day.
Her timid fingers rested on his close, wavy locks, all crisped and scented with the juice of the wild orange.
The wild orange is found frequently growing in this way; and they take counsel of Nature in this respect.
Shaken, and damp with heat, I was riding under a wild orange tree, the fruit within reach of my hand.