I just recentylu purchases 3 dwarf citrus trees and planted them in the ground. Is it ok to plant them in the ground and when will they bear fruit?
I'm looking into getting a dwarf lemon tree, and the only light my apartment gets is morning sun from the east. I think we get at least 5 hours of direct sun. Is it possible for me to keep a dwarf citrus tree happy back there?
where to over winterize my dwarf citrus plants?
I live in the southern part of Michigan...zone 5. My family loves citrus fruit and are really into gardening. I saw some dwarf citrus fruit trees in a gardening magazine and was wondering if anyone had any luck growing these trees and producing fruit in the same zone as me. I really don't want to set my family up to fail with these trees.
I have a dwarf citrus tree that is FINALLY blossoming after the 3rd year. What's the best way to pollinate this myself since it's winter time and it's inside?
I have a dwarf lemon tree that produces nice lemons for lemonade ...etc every year. I want to buy more dwarf like trees as they are small and don't take up to much room in the yard. What other citrus trees are there? Also I would love some fruit trees as well ...Are there any fruit trees that come dwarf size? If not I'm willing to buy the big ones as I do have the room for some on my property. Thank you!
Ok, iv'e done the home grown tomatoes but im not a big fan of tomatoes, i just like gardening. However I would like a citrus tree that would make fruit year round. I am willing to have it shipping to me or go and get it. I can not find a reasonably priced citrus farm online that ships to texas. Oh ya i live in dallas texas if that helps. I would greatly appreciate some name of website or locations where i can buy the trees. DWARF!! also the online site has to be able to ship to dallas. But i would live to be able and just go and pick it up. Also preferrably i would like it to be shipped with in texas OHH thank you so much for that valuable info. but i still needa know where to get one
Ok, iv'e done the home grown tomatoes but im not a big fan of tomatoes, i just like gardening. However I would like a citrus tree that would make fruit year round. I am willing to have it shipping to me or go and get it. I can not find a reasonably priced citrus farm online that ships to texas. Oh ya i live in dallas texas if that helps. I would greatly appreciate some name of website or locations where i can buy the trees. DWARF!! also the online site has to be able to ship to dallas. also i would love just to go out and buy one somewhere
I have a small dwarf Mexican Lime Tree and the leaves are falling off? What could be the problem? I water it once a week and give fertilizer to it about once a month? The tree I have is about 8 months old and is about 3 feet tall but has been losing about 1-3 leaves a day...is that normal? Also any ideas to get it to grow faster? Any special type of fertilizer anyone has used that works better than others for citrus trees? PLEASE no Mexican jokes..I have had enough of them! The tree is planted outside year around..
I live in Central California where it occassionally get in the 20's. I can't put blankets on them because they are young flimsy dwarf trees. Should I cover their roots with blankets? What else can I do?
I shop frequently at Lowe's, Home Depot and a local nursery near my parent's house. However none of them seem to carry the two items I've been looking for: Dwarf Citrus Trees (lemon and Key lime) and chocolate mint. I was wondering if anyone else in the Sav area has any for sale or trade or can tell me how they solved this problem other than ordering online? Thanks in advance for your help. :)
I' m looking for dwarf pomegranate trees, etc. I'm looking to plant seeds and grow them indoors as Canadian weather is bitter cold. If not where else can I buy them from.
In Barbara Kingsolver's book Animal Vegetable Miracle, she mentions this tree that used to be quite common and now, due to the availability of citrus traveling hundreds of miles, these trees have almost died out. What tree is it? Are there more varieties of citrus that will grow where it gets cold in the winter?
I have a summer project telling me to grow a citrus tree by a orange seed. Is the tree gonna grow quick and can I put more than one seed in the pot?
I don't really have much direct sunlight. But maybe I could get a lamp, or something. I just think it would be neat to grow an orange tree or lime tree, and I have heard that citrus blossoms smell awesome. Should I bother? Or will I just wind up killing it? And where would I buy a potted citrus in NYC anyway?
My trees are not really growing that well. What type fertalizer should I put on the plants. Some of the grapefruit trees have patches of a copper/silver looking growth on the bark.
I have a Rio Grande Citrus tree and I don't know how to take care of it. How do I water it properly and what are the other procedures I need to know so I can make sure it grows up to produce fruit?
I'm planning on pruning my Kumquat tree's roots but should I wait until later in the year ( even though it's not a deciduous tree? ) Does anyone have any tips for root pruning citrus trees? Thank you
I have a Tangelo tree that I've never pruned since I planted it about 7 years ago. It's shaggy looking now and isn't producing as much fruit. I've been told that I need to trim away the 'sucker' branches, but I'm not sure how to determine which need to go and which need to stay. Any advice?
my citrus trees are sticky and dripping a sugary goo.
i have 4 citrus trees in my backyard 2 grapefruits and 2 orange. they started out as a leaf miner destroying the leaves then the bugs showed up. i researched it a bit and found they have no cure for it... i purchased the trees from a nursery and they told me they had no disease when i bought them. although if you examine there tree's they also have the bug. i went to Home Depot and Lowes and their tree's also have this bug. help!!
I have a lemon tree that I have treated for pests with Bayer Advanced Insect, Disease & Mite control. There are small, round, orange brown and yellow things all over the younger stems that come off easily when I rub the tree. They are not part of the bark. I know nothing of citrus trees, but these seem to be insect casings of some kind. Any advice? Oh, I live in the San Joaquin Valley of CA, if that makes a difference in the type of pest and preventative measures. Do you know what these things are?