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  • Molly Wright

    How to grow a potted lemon tree | container gardening

  • Diana Benjamin

    lemon tree for container gardening - We grow lemons, limes, tangelo's, blood oranges, kaffir limes and cumquats in pots at #UrbanFarmhouseAU HQ. The key is to feed them well with acidic organic matter like onion and tomato skins, citrus peel kitchen scraps plus some dry leaves. In hot weather, make sure they don't dry out and make your garden bee friendly so the the flowers bear fruit.

  • Adriana Gonzalez

    container gardening ideas

  • Amanda Kelly

    if i ever get a green thumb lemon tree, very pretty • via white on rice couple

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