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Calamondin (Indoor) Orange Trees- you can also grow other small fruit trees indoors

Decorating Drama: 10 Really Big Plants You Can Grow Indoors

Large Indoor Trees That Make a Bold Statement

Citrus trees Yes, you can grow citrus indoors! Make sure your citrus tree has a spot where it gets lots and lots of light. If you take the time to pollinate the flowers, it will reward you with fruit, and no matter what it will smell fantastic.

for our kitchen, Lemon Tree, Dwarf

For the love of lemons, I need a dwarf lemon tree! Tips for keeping your dwarf lemon tree healthy and productive.

Indoor plants decoration makes your living space more comfortable, breathable, and luxurious. See these 99 ideas on how to display houseplants for inspiration.

99 Great Ideas to display Houseplants

Anthro Inspired Copper Shelves: Now, here’s a project we can really get into — the original (and pricey) Anthro shelf version is discontinued! What better time to DIY than when it’s the only way to bring back something fabulous! (via Vintage Revivals)

Potted plants, lantern and birdcage via Kristin-kleiva.

for the sun porch. Again, move to a house with a sun porch and window by the sink!

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The new indoor plant set to replace the iconic Fiddle Leaf Fig – Eden Homewares

Want to add some earthiness to your living space? Try a fiddle leaf fig tree. The care is super easy for those who may not have the greenest thumb.

OMG We Bought A House! Episode 8: The Living Room (Part 2)!

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Pixie Mandarin Tree on Fast Growing Trees Nursery

The perfect blend of pretty and productive, these fruit trees can be grown like houseplants.

7 Types of Fruit Trees You Can Grow in Your Living Room

Can we do an indoor-outdoor meyer lemon? -- 7 Types of Fruit Trees You Can Grow in Your Living Room

How to grow your own pineapple plant from home with the scraps of your pineapple and a simple and easy virgin Pina Colada recipe served in a pineapple.

Lemon tree in the backyard - plant citrus trees along the southern or southeast side of the house, 6-8 feet away from the walls of your house, so the heat from your home will work to add warmth during those surprise cold snaps. Maintain the same distance from garages, driveways, walks and fences, as well as spacing citrus trees away from each other

Lemon tree in the backyard - plant citrus trees along the southern or southeast…