‘Bouquet de Fleurs’, a sour orange, grows to only around 8 to 10 feet, and ‘Chinotto’, another sour orange, can be kept small in a container.
These plants are naturally smaller than other citrus trees, and dwarf varieties may reach only about 4 feet tall, making them perfect for small spaces and containers.
For apricots, it’s incredibly important to use a potting compost without soil and cross pollinate with other flowers.
Keep peaches indoors in a well-lit, sunny are. When the tree begins to bear fruit, they will require higher temperatures of 65 to 70 degrees.
Cover plants with a cloth, keeping it away from the branches and leaves, or spray with an antitranspirant, available at nurseries.
Feed your tree three times a year: in late winter, spring and summer. A citrus fertilizer is your best choice.
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Meyer is a smaller growing bushy tree, growing to a maximum height of 1.5 metres. It produces numerous crops of medium sized lemons throughout the year.Read more
1. Understand the light and temperature requirements of citrus – Citrus trees need 8 hours of sun. A sunny, wind-free location is ideal. Citrus trees are very frost-sensitive and must be protected or moved inside to a covered area in cold weather.Read more
Opt for a gritty soil. Set your citrus tree up for success by choosing a gritty soil composed of two parts sand and one part potting mix, Giannelli recommends. “This allows water to drain and stay a bit moist, so as not to have wet roots,” he says.Read more