Wonderful article on growing citrus in pots, including overwintering, soil type, and other things to watch for. | The Complete Garden

citrus in pots: how to grow, and overwinter it, with four winds growers

Lemon Blossom -Meyer lemon trees thrive in full sun, producing overlapping generations of fruits and flowers.

Frequently asked questions about growing citrus answered by @thecitrusguysc!

FAQ's: Growing Citrus

How and where to plant citrus trees. Don't forget, fruit trees and bushes should be a part of any garden! I just bought 2 nectarine trees ready to plant. Now, I have to be patient!!

Gardening Plant Tips - How and where to plant citrus trees. Don't forget, fruit trees and bushes should be a part of any garden! I just bought 2 nectarine trees ready to plant. Now, I have to be patient!

Kumquats are one of my favorites! Try growing them in pots but make sure you put heavy duty casters so you can wheel them in and out!

7 Best Citrus Trees to Grow

Dwarf Lime trees are fun and easy to grow! These indoor citrus trees only reach about two - three feet in height and produce full-size, bright...

Indoor Lime Trees

Indoor Lime Trees (Most citrus trees grown indoors or outdoors are self-fruitful [do not require cross-pollination], including oranges, grapefruit, kumquats, lemons and limes.

Citrus espalier, bed of succulents

Around Southern California, landscape designer Scott Shrader is known for civilized, amenity-filled gardens tailor-made for life outside. At a Los Angeles residence, an espalier tangerine tree is surrounded by hen and chicks at its base.

10 Tips for Successfully Growing Citrus Trees in ANY Climate

5 Fall Harvest Vegetables to Plant Now

Fruit trees are famously vulnerable to pests and diseases, so just taking the time to figure out which plants benefit them the most will go a long way to ensuring their success. Learn more about what to plant under a citrus tree in this article.

Companion Planting Under Citrus Trees – Learn What Grows Well With Citrus

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…

Love the idea of using productive trees as part of the landscaping, even in a formal setting. Kumquat trees. Star jasmine underneath, surrounded by box hedge.

Using productive trees as part of the landscaping, even in a formal setting. Star jasmine underneath, surrounded by box hedge.

Potted citrus indoors- I had no idea I could do this, but now I want to

Growing Citrus Indoors: 5 Helpful Tips

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

Here's to keeping your potted citrus happy indoors this winter...

Winter is Coming: How to Keep an Indoor Citrus Tree Happy

The Truth About Indoor Citrus Trees (Hint: They Belong Outdoors) | Remodelista

The Truth About Indoor Citrus Trees (Hint: They Belong Outdoors)

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