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  • Grow Indoor Citrus or Fruit Trees

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    Grow Your Own Citrus & Fruit Trees

    Imagine cultivating your favorite fruits at home and relishing them fresh off the tree whenever you feel like it! At LemonCitrusTree, we help you plant dwarf citrus and fruit trees in your own homes so that you can enjoy growing your own fruits while enhancing the appearance of your home.

    What We Do

    • • We cultivate and deliver citrus and fruit trees in our family owned nursery and farm in Louisiana.
    • • We also have affiliate farms in California, Texas and Florida.
    • • Since 10 years, we have been supplying citrus and fruit trees to our customers all over the US.

    Benefits of Growing Your Own Citrus or Fruit Trees

    • • It’s healthy.
    • • You get fresh fruits and flowers.
    • • They add to your home’s interior décor.
    • • They create a pleasant environment.
    • • They are ideal gifts for your loved ones.

    Varieties Of Trees You Can Get From Us

    • • Meyer Lemon Tree
    • • Kaffir Thai Lime
    • • Persian Bearss Lime
    • • Clementine
    • • Lemon Trees
    • Lime Trees
    • • Orange Trees
    • • Kumquat Trees
    • • Mandarin Trees
    • • Hass Hass Avocado
    • • Pomegranate
    • • Arbequina Olive
    • • Fig Trees
    • • Persimmon Trees
    • • Fruit Plants
    • • Satsuma Trees
    • • Tangelo Trees
    • • Tangerine Trees
    • • Grapefruit Trees
    • • Loquat
    • • Nut

    Why Choose Us

    • • We provide you with trees that bear blossoms and fruits even if they are just a year old.
    • • You can find popular varieties of high-quality, beautiful citrus and fruit trees.
    • • We offer trees at reasonable rates, with a three-year limited warranty.
    • • Along with the trees, we also provide black grower’s pot and soil for free.
    • • When it comes to tree care, we provide expert assistance whenever needed, via phone or email.
    • • We adhere to the USDA guidelines and deliver healthy, vibrant trees.

    Sources Of Reference:

    http://lemoncitrustree.com/store/index.php
    https://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/chiwonlee/plsc211/student%20papers/articles00/dwillard/dwillard.htm

  • Successfully Cultivating a Clementine Tree

    Citrus has a certain nostalgic effect, with the fruit associated with both sunny skies and cozy Christmases. Just a few generations ago, access to citrus fruits was a novelty for people in colder climates, but lemons, oranges, and the delightful clementine are standard fare in lunch boxes and kitchens across America today. In addition, more and more hobby growers are taking a second look at citrus. Trees like the clementine are easier to care for than you might think, and there's nothing quite like picking fresh citrus from backyard branches.

    What is a Clementine?

    Clementines belong to the mandarin orange family. They are small, sweet, lunch-box friendly fruits that peel easily for on-the-go enjoyment. The variety is sometimes referred to as a "Christmas orange" because they are in season right around the holidays and many people purchase them as a seasonal treat. Clementines are very similar to tangerines, with a bright, fresh flavor in a pleasingly poppable package.

    Growing a Clementine Tree

    Citrus gets a bit of a bad rap as being difficult to grow. Many home gardeners completely write off citrus trees as too cold sensitive. Though the clementine tree is considered a warm-weather-loving plant, they can be cared for in a warm environment. These fun fruits are ideal for USDA hardiness zones 9-11, they can actually do very well in greenhouses and in pots where moving them out of the weather is possible.
    For growing zones 9-11 The Clementine’s ability to bear fruit consistently is greatly hindered by unexpected frosts during blossoming, so container planting is recommended if you try to nurture clementines in less than ideal climates.

    Keeping Clementines Happy

    When planted outdoors in a sunny climate, clementine trees resemble a standard dwarf fruit tree in size. However, container planting keeps them manageable as the tree can't outgrow the root structure in the container, and most will resemble a shrub or bush in their dimensions. A clementine tree in a container should always have sufficient drainage to avoid bogging down the roots, and it will do best when exposed to full sunlight as much as possible. In fact, it's ideal if you can move the tree outdoors when the weather is mild, only bringing it inside when temperatures dip below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

    The clementine tree is perfect for budding citrus growers, as it is more forgiving than other varieties and can survive challenging growing conditions and inexperienced husbandry. With proper care and smart management, most people can successfully cultivate clementines in a temperature-regulated growing space or container, or, if you're lucky enough to live where it's warm, right in your own backyard. If you're interested in growing a clementine tree yourself, take a look at our website, as we offer many trees for you at great prices.

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