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Grow citrus in pots and you open up the possibility of enjoying most types of these sun-loving fruits, even in cooler climates...
Natascha Craig saved to Garden
The proliferation of portable citrus trees makes it possible for almost anyone to grow a lemon, lime, or kumquat without having a large space. Read on for some tips on indoor citrus care.
Brenda Douglas saved to Gardening
Why on earth would you want to grow a fruit tree in your house? Why on earth wouldn’t you? If you’ve got the space, growing a dwarf fruit tree in your home has some excellent
Patricia Salser saved to gardening
Brighten up your space with the best house plants that are low maintenance (aka, hard to kill).
After years as the hot houseplant, the ubiquitous fiddle-leaf fig tree needs to be retired. These five rival specimens are ready for their place in the sun (or partial shade)
Angie Byrd saved to Decorating Ideas
Learn more about different types of citrus trees and choose the right one for your yard. It will be a great addition to your yard for years to come!
Teresa Ramos saved to fruit
Citrus provides year-round greenery, sweet-smelling blossoms and tasty fruit….what’s not to love? Poor soil conditions and limited growing area? No problem….grow citrus in containers! 1. Understand the light and temperature requirements of citrus - Citrus trees need 8 hours of sun and a sunny, wind-free location is ideal. Citrus trees are also very frost-sensitive and must be protected or moved inside to a covered area in cold weather. Kumquat and Mandarin trees are the most cold-hardy…
Gita Massoumnia saved to Gardening