Visit site
  • Jennifer Sturgess

    Adam and I are talking about growing an indoor fruit tree... if we can only find a dwarf tree small enough... he likes the idea of an orange tree, I'm hoping for a cherry or a lime tree :)

  • Nola Ledford

    Growing citrus plants. I want a Lime tree!!!

  • Rece

    5 Steps To Successful Indoor Fruit Trees, I think I'd have room for this. Just maybe not the green thumb.

  • Gymgirl *

    DWARF CITRUS TREES: Calamondin (indoor) orange trees, meyer lemon, or key lime trees all make great, hearty indoor plants.

  • S E R A F I N I ~A M E L I A

    Mix Home & Garden Ideas| Serafini Amelia| Indoor citrus tree

  • Nan Beck

    orange tree... one of our lovely mums asked us last week what to do with citrus fruits as her tree was filling the fruit bowl quicker then she could say marmalade! xx

Related Pins

Growing fruit trees indoors is very rewarding and easy to do. You don't need to be living in a warm climate (or even have a green thumb)...I want one; I just need the space.

If you don’t have space for a garden, you still have a few options–they can be grown in pots on a balcony, in flower beds and even hanging baskets. They generally produce fruit for two or three years so you can enjoy them again and again.

How to Grow The Aloe Vera Plant.This Plant has healing elements, good for soothing sunburns, and many more uses.

13 Tips for Growing Beautiful Roses Get your Gracemats today!

≈ Natural garden tips, plant combining and natural methods of controlling insects and other pests

Tips for growing a bumper crop of tomatoes

Tips for Growing Perfect Tomatoes! ~ from ~ you'll love these creative gardening ideas and tricks for your Tomato garden! #thefrugalgirls

Top 10 Air Filtering Plants - reduce formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide.

Conservation - we need to think differently and act responsibly. This home is in Portland OR - great example!