When most people think of fruit trees, they imagine large orchards of apples, or other massive trees that have to be outdoors to grow and produce delicious fruit. However, with a dwarf lemon tree, this isn’t the case. In fact, when you follow the proper steps, you can easily grow these cute trees indoors and reap the benefits of delicious lemons on demand.
Growing a dwarf lemon tree inside in containers will protect it from the strong winds and cold winter months. Learn more about helping these plants thrive here.
When mixing the soil for a lemon tree, make sure you have both organic matter, such as humus and compost and a quality well draining pot. You need the soil to have good drainage, so never allow the bottom of the pot to sit in the catch tray as this will impede drainage and will allow roots to soak in drainage water which will cause root rot.
The easiest solution for fertilization is to use a liquid fertilizer. Make sure that several microelements are in the fertilizer mix and just add the right amount during your watering cycle. This will keep your plants happy throughout the year.
No need to worry about pollination, our grafted trees are self pollinating
Many people enjoy pollinating the flowers themselves it only takes a few seconds to do this. The easiest way is to use a soft, small paintbrush to transfer the pollen to the stigma.
Taking care of a dwarf lemon tree doesn’t have to be difficult, even if you are growing it inside, but using the tips here will prove to be beneficial. Learn more by visiting the Lemon Citrus Tree website.
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