"Lemon tree in a pot" I <3 Lemons
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Container gardening is a wonderful way to garden is small spaces. It’s also a great way to add beauty to any backyard. Wherever you plant your lemons, you will enjoy their fragrant citrus scent. Lemons trees will grow easily in garden containers with the right care-taking. For some helpful advise on how to container garden …
Container grown lemon tree: ‘Eureka.’ Lemons work well in container garden. Grow outdoors in the summer, but if you live in cooler climates you will have to bring them indoors for the winter.
Container grown lemon tree: "Eureka!" Lemons work well in container gardens. Some great container tips for citrus trees at the link. Source whiteonricecouple... 2 months ago container gardens lemons grow your own lemon tree garden fruit trees
Container grown lemon tree: ‘Eureka.’ Lemons work well in container gardens, but if you live in Zone 7B, like me, you will have to bring them indoors for the winter. Some great container tips for citrus trees at the link. Source whiteonricecouple... 2 months ago container gardens lemons grow your own lemon tree garden fruit trees DIY 217 notes 2 Comments Share this
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I hope you all had a good and restful weekend. I spent the better part of my weekend tending my plants. I don't have a green thumb or deep pockets to keep replacing plants that die an untimely death while under my care. Fortunately for me, Home Depot has a good return policy so my Fiddle fig tree has been returned and I'm trying once again to grow one. While at Home Depot I noticed they had a lot fruit trees out and was wondering how well the trees would fare in this Texas weather. After speaking with the associate in the garden center I was told the trees could grow with no problem. But in order for them to produce fruit a lot of work and effort would have to be put into their care in the first year. So there will be no planting of a fruit tree in my yard. But alas! I have options!!! Wait for it...a Meyer lemon tree! From what I have read, they grow relatively easy inside or outdoors. The lemons are said to produce fruit that is sweet and less tart than the regular supermarket varieties. The trees can grow anywhere from 6-12ft high and produce fruit all year. Winter is when the tree yields the most fruit and my favorite tidbit I found out about the Meyer lemon tree is...it grows in Texas! So wish me luck! I'm on the hunt for a Meyer lemon tree they have been sold out locally but when I purchase one I will let you all know. Until next time. Tweet
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For your deck, patio, porch, container garden: The top 10 container plants that repel mosquitoes naturally. | Natural and organic mosquito repellent.
The top 10 container plants that repel mosquitoes Leaves must be crushed to release enough scent to repel mosquitoes. To use these herbs as natural mosquito repellents, harvest leaves and crush to release the citronella fragrance. Rub the crushed leaves on the skin for a natural mosquito repellent free of nasty chemicals. Iowa State University cautions that you should test a small area of skin for irritation or allergic reaction before using herbal insect repellents.
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Have you ever grow watermelon in a container?
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Great idea! I think I'd cut a leg off of a pair of panty hose, slip it over the growing melon and tie it off on the support though. That would prevent them from maybe dropping off onto the ground and going SPLAT! :o) .......... Have you ever grow watermelon in a container?- https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151434141412993=a.112651167992.91262.45531817992=1
Great idea! I think I'd cut a leg off of a pair of panty hose, slip it over the growing melon and tie it off on the support though. That would prevent them from maybe dropping off onto the ground and going SPLAT! :o) .......... Have you ever grown watermelon in a container?
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How to Grow Peach Trees in Texas
How to Grow Peach Trees in Texas - a list of what to do to peach trees to keep them producing
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Sorry Georgia!!! But TEXAS Peaches are the sweetest! How to Grow Peach Trees in Texas - a list of what to do to peach trees to keep them producing
Grow Peach Trees in Texas: Buy a 10-10-10 fertilizer, or one of the types developed specifically for peach trees After the tree begins to fruit, at about 4 years of age, it will need 1 lb. of fertilizer that year and every year thereafter. If you notice a decline in production, increase fertilizer for older trees to 2 lbs. per feeding. #gardening
How to grow peach trees in Texas....I just planted one in my backyard.
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No Garden? Here Are 66 Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home In Containers
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Just Peachy! How to Grow Peaches and Nectarines in a Pot by FERN on JANUARY 17, 2011 in FRUITS VEGETABLES,HOW TO,POPULAR
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How To Grow A Peach Tree In A Container! Peach trees prefer a Mediterranean climate which is warm and on the dry side. There are dozens of different varieties of peach and nectarine to try but for pot-grown trees a dwarf variety is needed. Learn how to grow peaches in containers! #peachtreetips #plantingpeachtree #containerpeachtreeplanting
Just Peachy! How to Grow Peaches and Nectarines in a Pot by FERN on JANUARY 17, 2011 in FRUITS & VEGETABLES,HOW TO,POPULAR
When Nick gets his house, I will plant these for him. How to grow peaches and nectarines in containers.
How to Grow Peaches in a Pot. For most fruit, choose pots 18-20" in diameter.
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August Beauty Gardenia Tree- potted for the patio. This is absolutely gorgeous!
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August Beauty Gardenia Tree - potted for the patio. Fans of this lovely flower, like the bloom itself, manifest a sweetness, and even innocence. You seek travel to exotic places and have developed a unique sense of style, in your quest for new horizons. You are always ready to explore and jump in to new experiences. You are also a mysterious romantic.
Gardenias (Gardenia jasminoides)- plant for bathroom- vary in height, leaf and flower size, bloom periods, and cold hardiness. Most have double flowers, though beautiful single forms do exist. 'Mystery', shown at left, is the largest variety. It grows upright, benefits from pruning, and can act as a hedge. 'August Beauty' and 'Veitchii' have long bloom periods, making them worthwhile additions to any garden."
August Beauty Gardenia Tree (5-7ft. full grown) Fragrant Blooms Late Spring to Early Fall
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August Beauty Gardenia Tree- potted for the patio. A few of these for the backyard.
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August Beauty Gardenia Tree...I would love to have several just like this!!
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How to grow vegetables in pots
How to grow vegetables in pots.
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How to grow vegetables in pots. All you need is a big container, potting soil, and a spot that gets six hours of sun. Here's how to get started. More Container Gardening http://pinterest.com/wineinajug/container-gardening/
How to grow vegetables in pots- perfect for small spaces or if you need to move the plant due to weather, etc.
How to grow vegetables in pots. "All you need is a generous-size container, good potting soil, and a suitable spot ― a patio, deck, or corner that gets at least six hours of full sun a day. "
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Veggies in pots. Veggie gardening can look nice on your patio.
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Grow Espaliered Trees for a Slim Fit
Learn the art of espalier—growing trees or shrubs in two dimensions. It's a time-honored fix for the space-challenged garden. | Photo: Lynn Keddie/GAP Photos | thisoldhouse.com
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Grow Espaliered Trees for a Slim Fit Trained against a wall or trimmed into a living fence, espaliered trees and shrubs are an elegant small...
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It might seem strange to back a tree up against a wall, smooth it flat, and persuade its branches to spread sideways. But the art of espalier—growing trees or shrubs in two dimensions—is a time-honored fix for the space-challenged garden. Do you dream of apples on a pint-size lot? Yearn to camouflage your garage wall or draw a line between your outdoor living and dining spots? Espalier (pronounced ess-PAL-yer and derived from an Italian term for support) lets you tuck fruit where it otherwise wouldn't fit, swap an eyesore for a flower-bedecked focal point, or divide large areas into smaller ones with graceful, lacy screens. The practice dates back to medieval times, when it allowed the cloistered residents of warring cities to feed themselves without venturing beyond the safety of their walled compounds. In America, it arrived with the colonial era: George Washington, for example, espaliered pears and apples at his Mt. Vernon home. Shown: This tree's pink-blossom-covered limbs are pruned to grow horizontally, against a stone wall. With apple and pear trees, a masonry backing helps retain heat, encouraging fruit to ripen faster.
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Container Vegetable Gardening For Beginners
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Container vegetable gardening is easy to start and enjoyable if you have small space for garden or small yard space. Plenty pf garden containers at #TuesdayMorning! Here's what you need for your container...
For the container garden - Tomato, Patio Princess Hybrid Perfectly sized, petite tomato plants for patio containers.
Never grew any of these. Will look for some this spring. Top 10 Tomatoes for Container Gardening Success
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Patio Princess Hybrid Cherry Tomato Seeds and Plants, Vegetable Gardening at Burpee.com -- Perfectly sized, petite tomato plants for patio containers. Burpee Exclusive Customer Favorite! Invite these petite plants onto your patio and get ready to enjoy a bountiful supply of the tastiest little tomatoes ever. The 2' plants fruit mightily—producing as many 2½" fruits as plants twice their size. Patio Princess is just the right size for small pots and a large tub can fit 2-3 plants. Seasonality: M
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By Rhonda Cossey To start a container tomato growing campaign there are a few tricks to consider before you start. You must first choose the type of tomato you want to grow. There are as many styles and varieties as there are people living in the state of New York. But with all the choices available, you must decide how the tomatoes will be used and pick the best one for your patio or deck gardening endeavors. Choosing the right plant may seem a daunting task, but if you ask for help from your garden center you will usually be steered in the right direction. You will also need an appropriate container. The perfect pot is a self waterer that will ensure that the plant's roots do not become waterlogged and rot before you see the fruits of the harvest, but will keep water close at hand for the plant to absorb the water through the soil. These can be purchased anywhere garden supplies are sold, but you can actually use whatever large container you may already have - so long as it has adequate drainage. If you have leftover plastic buckets from house painting, punch a few holes in the bottom and put some gravels or small rocks in there to keep the dirt from stopping up the holes, put in fresh dirt (potting soil is lighter) and your plant, set in the sun, and you are ready to wait! Another thing to consider is that tomatoes need sunlight. If you do not have direct sun the plants will be a little leggy (tall and spindly), but will still produce tomatoes for your salad. Tomatoes love heat more than light, so make sure you have them in a spot that they will get a lot of heat. They are very resilient, but to have great success you must keep them warm. Keeping the unnecessary parts of the plant from flourishing will increase your yield. Pull out the suckers (the leaves that grow between the stalk and the limb) since they will not produce anything - but will direct energy away from the fruit. Most tomatoes need to have a stake or trellis to grow on, but you can keep a tomato plant pruned back a bit so that it doesn't overtake the entire patio. Just make sure you do not cut off any part of the plant that has flowers or tomatoes on it! Choose your plants, tools, and area wisely and you will have all the tomatoes you can eat. Growing tomatoes on a patio or deck is fun and easy, not to mention healthy and inexpensive! Try it this year, and you will surely be hooked.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Rhonda_Cossey
Love crepe myrtle, so pretty. How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step
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Or these, "crape myrtle trees." Basically my front yard needs to have a big pretty flowery tree. I want to plant either a crape myrtle tree, crabapple, dogwood, or magnolia tree. Or maybe all of them ;)
Love crape myrtles. How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step. Dont commit CRAPE MURDER. Learn to prune these gorgeous plants correctly. This shows you how.
Love crepe myrtle, so pretty. How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step. Reminds me of Turkey and Florida.
I need to live where I can have one of these! Love crepe myrtle; How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step (perfect for zone 8) can't wait to grow these!
Love crepe myrtle, so pretty. How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step; do an ombré along a yard of these. With the pinks and purples and white in the middle
Love crepe myrtle, so pretty in Houston all summer long. How To Prune A Crape Myrtle Step-by-Step
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Crape Myrtle, one of my favorite trees
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DIY: Info on choosing the right container for your plants.
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i'm crazy for the fast growing sweet potato vine. the brilliant chartreuse is great paired back with burgandy coleus and purple wave petunia.
Love this container planting with lime green sweet potato vine- I'll have to add this one to my spring gardening must do's
LOVE these colors and all so easy to grow!-- how to choose a garden container for your home....
Beautiful color combination--sweet potato vine, purple and pink petunias, persian shield
flower pot arrangements outdoor | Boston Design Blog: Landscape. Beautiful color!
container gardening is always pretty when it includes ivy or sweet potato vine!
great POT - trailing petunia, wave petunia, sweet potato vine and Choleus?
Sweet potato vine, coleus , and wave petunias...beautiful for front porch
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Garlic has been used worldwide for thousands of years for medicinal purposes. This wonder plant treats everything from a simple earache to pneumonia, MRSA, Helicobacter pylori, the flu and even the black plague. Contemporary research has confirmed that garlic possesses numerous antioxidants that kill bacteria and free radicals in the blood protecting the immune system and making it stronger.
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Pungent and powerful, garlic has dozens of health and household uses. Chew up a raw clove of garlic and you might exhale noxious, eye-watering clouds of stink all day, but you’ll also repel mosquitoes (and vampires), increase your immunity, heal cold sores, expel
How to Braid Garlic. A garlic braid is a tidy way to store your garlic. But there are more benefits in learning how to braid garlic than for its looks. It is more convenient to break off a head of garlic when you need it and the braid...
How to grow oranges from seeds indoors
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calamondin orange: Baby orange plant that can live on a windowsill Article on houseplants with suggestions such as this
calamondin orange trees grows indoor with lots of sunlight - perfect for a sunroom or in the kitchen!
calamondin orange trees grows indoor with lots of sunlight---mySUNROOM is perfect!-had for two years now!
calamondin orange trees grows indoor with lots of sunlight--- (not outdoors, but pinned here anyway)
calamondin orange trees grows indoor with lots of sunlight--- lots of indoor plant ideas
calamondin orange! Baby orange plant that can live on a windowsill. Indoor fruit tree!
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© Gap Photos / Friedrich StraussA calamondin will produce baby orange fruits indoors, given a sunny windowsillBring only plants that you actually like into your home.
Germinar semillas de limón y disfrutar de su aroma en tu escritorio. Paso 1: Germinar las semillas de limón. Paso 2: Ponerlas en un recipiente con tierra. Paso 3: Cubrir con piedritas. Paso 4: Regarlo periódicamente.
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¿Qué tal si... germinas semillas de limones y disfrutas de su aroma en tu escritorio? #másverde Paso 1: Germinar las semillas de limón. Paso 2: Ponerlas en un recipiente con tierra. Paso 3: Cubrir con piedritas.
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By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) Growing a lemon tree is not that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience. How to Grow a Lemon Tree Indoors.
By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) Growing a lemon tree is not that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience. How to Grow a Lemon Tree Outdoors Lemons are the most sensitive to cold than all other citrus trees. Due to this cold…
Caring for lemon trees: They are the most sensitive to cold temps than all other citrus trees. Plant near the south side of house to protect from frost. Full sun. Prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Lemon trees cuttings can be propagated for cultivation and will bear fruit.
Tips on how to grow lemon trees indoors & outdoors. I gotta try this. Lemons are a wonderful fruit to always have around.
Growing Lemons: How To Grow A Lemon Tree - Growing a lemon tree is not that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience. This article will help with that.
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Easy Container Gardening: 7 Containers You Never Thought Of
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Small space pallet garden, pallets can also be used to make great garden furniture... love it when old is reclaimed...
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DIY Small Space Pallet Garden Life On The Bacony: " My small front porch is now overflowing with plants. I have almost run out of space to put pots, so I'm taking my own advice and looking at how to use vertical space to plant my garden and get my Spring on. I found this great tutorial on a cheap DIY vertical garden. Read Full Post"
$7 Boston Fern from Walmart-water daily and fertilize weekly with Epsom salts to grow a huge fern.
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Fern – (shelter – discretion – secret bond of love – confidence – fascination – magic – reverie) Ferns do not have seeds or flowers, but reproduce by spores. There are about 12,000 varieties worldwide, and fern is derived from Old English fear, meaning “fern,” a type of leafy plant. Flower and plant names were popular in the 19th century and the name was first used then.
$7 Boston Fern from Walmart-water daily and fertilize weekly with Epsom salts to grow a huge fern-- I just don't know how people get these ferns to grow!! I try all this and still they do not turn out this pretty!
$7 Boston Fern from Walmart-water daily and fertilize weekly with Epsom salts to grow a huge fern. 1/2 cup Epsom salts to 3 gal. of water. Water weekly
Want gorgeous Boston Ferns? Keep the ferns in a shady location, in the same pots they come in, and every other day (I choose to do it weekly) submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with 1/2 cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang them up to drip dry... Your ferns will be dark green, glossy, and grow to be 3 foot wide by 3 foot long from Spring to September!!
Boston Fern~ water daily & fertilize weekly w/Epsom salts.
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No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers
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urban food producer: growing fruit trees in small spaces. Try columnar crabapples from Blue Grass for some beautiful fruit producing trees in small spaces!
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DIY - 66 things to grow in garden containers
Small garden - Grow fruit trees in pots.
No More complaining you can not grow your own food because you live in an apartment or in the city!! There is no excuse for not growing something you can eat and not buy. Below is a list of things you can grow in containers!!This list was generated by Dr Akilah El – Celestial Healing Wellness Center. Tree fruits – including apples 1. Apples can be grown in a container; you can also grow them on the balcony or other small space using a technique called espaliering. 2. Kumquats 3. Avocados (plenty of extra tips online if you search) 4. Blackberries 5. Blueberries (sometimes helpful videos are available online) 6. Pomegranate 7. Cherries 8. Figs 9. Pears Citrus fruits Citrus trees in particular are said to be good for beginning gardeners and are easy to grow indoors, so don’t let inexperience or lack of outdoor space stop you from enjoying fresh-picked, hyper-local fruit. 10. Dwarf oranges 11. Grapefruit 12. Tangerines 13. Meyer lemons 14. Limes Tropical fruits Tropical fruits can also be surprisingly easy to grow indoors, even in non-tropical climates. Such as… 15. Bananas (look for container gardening tips online) 16. Pineapple 17. Papaya 18. Guavas (several varieties) The real surprises 19. Hops—yes, as in the “spice” ingredient in beer. Turns out they’re easy to grow! 20. Aloe Vera 21. Strawberries 22. Tea (well, herbal tea) 23. Quinoa! The non-surprises 24. Tomatoes 25. Summer squash 26. Other squashes, like acorn and pumpkin 27. Hot Peppers 28. Sweet peppers 29. Cucumbers Melons 30. Small cantaloupe 31. Jenny Lind melon (an heirloom cantaloupe) 32. Golden Midget Watermelon Herbs Just about any herb grows well indoors—just be sure that if you’re going to do any container-sharing, you do your research first about which herbs co-habitate well together. (Some will hog water, for example, and leave the others dried out.) 33. Basil 34. Oregano 35. Parsley 36. Rosemary 37. Chives 38. Catnip 39. Thyme 40. Sage 41. Parsley Leafy Greens 42. Kale 43. Mesclun greens 44. Spinach 45. Swiss chard 46. Lettuces (plenty of options there, from micro-greens to head or loose-leaf) 47. Mustard greens 48. Collard greens 49. Arugula Root Vegetables 50. Carrots 51. Beets 52. Potatoes Other healthy-sounding stuff 53. Sprouts 54. More sprouts: mung bean and lentil sprouts 55. Wheatgrass 56. Kohlrabi 57. Turnips 58. Rutabagas 59. Celeriac 60. Parsnips 61. Jerusalem Artichoke 62. Sugar snap peas 63. Rhubarb (not ideal in a container, but it can work) 64. Mushrooms (again, more tips online if you look) 65. Pole Beans 66. Aaaand… asparagus, although some disagree that it does well in a container. Try it if you’re ok with a risk!
Fruit trees are wonderful because: 1. They provide fruit for years with little work (in comparison to annual vegetables). 2. They provide structural beauty to the landscape. 3. They can help you to make friends. How? Usually the fruit all ripens at once, so you have to give some of it away... if you give someone fruit from your garden, they'll probably want to be your friend... or at least I would want to be your friend. photo: http://www.smallgardendesign.ie/images/espalier%20fruit%20tree.jpg It is not very difficult to grow fruit trees in small spaces. Most nurseries carry dwarf varieties. Dwarf varieties are simply the smaller versions of their larger selves. Nurseries are able to make dwarf varieties by grafting the fruiting stock onto a dwarf root stock... the small root stock is what keeps the tree in a compact form. Dwarf varieties are great for the home landscape because the fruit is easier to pick... little to no ladder-use necessary! Dwarf trees are also excellent candidates for espalier. Espalier is a technique used to train trees to grow in a 2 dimensional plane. Notice how the espaliered apple, below, makes a beautiful living fence, and takes up very little space. Perfect for the urban garden. photo: Raintree nursery http://www.raintreenursery.com/catalog/producttype.cfm?producttype=Apples-Columnar Recently I have seen columnar fruit trees, like the ones above, more and more in nurseries and catalogues. Columnar fruit trees are very small, and can even be grown in pots on a patio garden. Here is a cool video explaining how to espalier a tree
Plant lemon seeds from your lemons! Lemon leaves smell so good. Awesome for kitchen, bathroom, or any place in the house.