Category Fruit Trees

Lemon Tree: How To Grow Lemon Trees From Seed
Fruit Trees

Lemon Tree: How To Grow Lemon Trees From Seed

There is something about the fresh smell of a flowering lemon tree. Lush, dark green, oval leaves shining in the sunlight. Their fragrant, white blooms, sweet smelling and alluring quality makes one want to own their own tree. Too hard to do?From Growing Wild Ceeds… “At the organic food store where I work we have a healthy lemon cutting producing massive fruit in a garage setting all year.

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Fig Tree Care: How To Grow Fig Trees In Your Home Or Garden

Many garden books and papers on fig tree care recommend the growing of figs only in the South and West where the abundance of sunshine and sandy soil favors them.One gardener shared how they have grown them successfully for years in Missouri. Their secret? Cutting off all the sprouts level to the ground, covering with leaves, dirt, fertilizer and humus for the winter.
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When & How To Use Lemon Tree Fertilizer

Apart from being aesthetically pleasing, lemon trees and citrus trees are an excellent source of Vitamin C, magnesium, iron and other valuable nutrients.If treated well, lemon trees will produce fruit all year round and have a United States hardiness zone 9 – 12.They require slightly acidic soil to thrive so you may need to add fertilizer to balance the soil’s pH.
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How To Care For Tangerine Trees

The Tangerine tree, is known by the botanical names Citrus Reticula L. var and Citrus Tangerina, is a type of Citrus Reticulata (SIT-rus, reh-tick-yoo-LAY-tuh), commonly known as the mandarin orange.A member of the Rutaceae or citrus family, the species is named after its fruit – tangerine.The name tangerine was initially used to refer to the mandarin variety which came from Tangier, a city in northwestern Morocco.
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Fruit Trees

Lemon Tree: How To Grow Lemon Trees From Seed

There is something about the fresh smell of a flowering lemon tree. Lush, dark green, oval leaves shining in the sunlight. Their fragrant, white blooms, sweet smelling and alluring quality makes one want to own their own tree. Too hard to do?From Growing Wild Ceeds… “At the organic food store where I work we have a healthy lemon cutting producing massive fruit in a garage setting all year.
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