84,068 citrus plant Home Design Photos

Lauren Liess Interiors
10 Reviews
Natural Modern
Citrus plants can be brought inside during the winter
Keep potted citrus trees, ferns, succulents and perennial
Which plants can you bring indoors? In climates with cold winters, you can successfully keep potted citrus trees, ferns, succulents and perennial herbs
not end up with a Florida-size citrus tree, but you can keep a smaller variety alive and well by planting it in a container that can be left outside to
kumquats. You may not end up with a massive citrus tree, but you can keep a smaller variety alive and well by planting it in a container that can be left outside
Maine.See more on growing citrus treesMore:Containers Make Growing Edibles a Cinch14 Crazy Places to Grow Edibles
10. CitrusYou may live in a cold-winter
“Love the lemons” — margaretgreenleaf
Turner Pocock
A colourful London home
room in the house. Other scented beauties include jasmine, miniature citrus plants and cyclamen.
the interior design scheme outside, with whitewashed walls and tropical plant cushion covers. By integrating their aesthetic outside, this feels like a
Try scented plants to please the sensesA pot of hyacinths will smell as good as they look,
“Pot shelf - utensil rack over stove” — Anne Burke
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Just wondering in the beautiful citrus tree in the pots are dwarf lemon trees?
What plants are used as the border? Also what is the name
chelseychristensen, The boarder plants are: Dwarf Myrtle - Myrtus communis 'Compacta (Spanish Lavender is behind
crushed. Extremely useful and dependable as a low hedge and foundation planting. - Slow grower to 2 to 3 ft. tall and wide. - Full Sun - Blooms in Spring
Like the plants. Would need a different pot
lowlying plants around makes it look like the pots are in a larger garden
citrus in pots, rosemary and lavender in front.
the right plants for the space is vital.It can be tempting to fill spaces with many small planters and pots, filled with many different plants, but this
Terra cotta planters & ground plantings...love the pots nested in the plantings.
“Best thing ever” — Robbie Saltalamacchia
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Studio H Landscape Architecture
26 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
Acidic citrus fruits generally have a lower heat requirement than sweet citrus fruits. So if you're concerned about finding a place in your yard that will
Small citrus plants in containers...Citrus side...pots n plants...Love the citrus in pots...potted citrus
“potted fruit trees” — an93l4
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
SF Patio 04 (Design by Myron Grossman)
I live in Japan, but want to plant some trees native to the US. This tree looks beautiful in its setting.
Japanese Maples come to us from any number of nurseries. We get our plants from Oregon to San Diego depending on type and size wanted.
planting around pergola and stepping stones to tie
Square stones connecting driveway w/plants in the middle
Look at all the fruit on that tiny citrus tree!
After planting, water your citrus tree at least once a week until it has established roots. After this, water potted plants only when the top two inches
Citrus tree in pot, stone walkway
“transistion step” — GardenLand
Studio H Landscape Architecture
26 Reviews
Rodeo Estate Tuscan Landscape
Citrus in pots, cypress trees, and magnolia 'little gem'.
Olive trees and citrus in pots...& potted citrus trees...Formal planting...Plants & lighting...Pottery with citrus for entry...terra cota pots with citrus
“fruit trees in pots” — Kaitlin Gerardi-Brys
Gardens & Gables
Paths, patios, fire pits
brand these are but look at fourwindsgrowers. Com they specialize in dwarf citrus trees and are located out of Fremont Ca
for fire pit idea and the proximity of plants
citrus trees by patio for easy access and scents
room for a table and four chairs, but the fruit around it is abundant. If citrus isn't an option in your area, look for other dwarf fruit trees or turn the
space into a vegetable extravaganza, with lettuces and other cool-season plants near the tree and the sun lovers out at the edges.
Citrus as focal point. Dry stack wall
“Fruit Trees! Abundance!” — Alicia Korten
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
rocks in the urns. Also the citrus mixed with the boxwood eases up the organized look.
formal, fountain, boxwood, potted citrus
I like the fountain and plants...other plants in pots...Citrus trees in pots...Citrus in containers...Planted citrus in pots...citrus plants in a pot
“Fountain” — triciaphelan
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