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How to grow a lemon tree in a container -- In winter, the cool weather beckons the fruit to ripen. heat of the Summer season can quickly dry out the pot, glazed pot retains the moisture better. Requires consistent watering in hot days, full fruiting requires consistent watering, mulch pot,
How to grow a lemon tree in a container -- I've always wanted to do this and may be trying this spring.
Magnolia Trees and Daffodils at Kew Gardens, England | Laura Nolte on Flickr (dimensions changed when uploaded by another blogger, URL corrected back to source)
tips for growing a lemon tree in a pot: 1)use a glazed pot instead of rustic terra cotta pot to retain moisture better 2)choose a permanent size pot if want to use a pot with closed rim (just like in the one in the picture) 3) add a drip irrigation line 4) add mulch
Small Plant Grown From Lemon Seeds. 1. Soak lemons seeds overnight 2. Gently remove outer layer of seeds 3. Put back into water as you prepare soil. 4. Plant lemon seeds in a circle pattern. 5. Place small pebbles on top of seeds 6. Water occasionally and watch it grow.
Love little friut trees. I grow them in very large pots so I can bring them indoors for our NW winter weather and take them back out come spring or summer. Love the aged pots. Will add a annual "spiller" plant with small flowers into my pots next summer.