If you have room for only one fruit tree
 

If you have room for only one fruit tree

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CitrusLemons (shown here), oranges, grapefruit and other close relatives make handsome trees in zones 9 and 10. But the fruit won’t measure up to your expectations unless you live in exactly the right place — lemons, for example, don’t grow well where grapefruit does, and vice versa. Check what’s best for your area, and for tight spaces, go with a dwarf variety.How to keep your citrus trees healthy

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fathemeh added this to fathemeh's ideas
April 13, 2014
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Kim Garby added this to Landscape
March 31, 2014
Lemon tree
eonia added this to eonia's Ideas
March 30, 2014
Citrus Lemons (shown here), oranges, grapefruit and other close relatives make handsome trees in zones 9 and 10. But the fruit won’t measure up to your expectations unless you live in exactly the right place — lemons, for example, don’t grow well where grapefruit does, and vice versa. Check what’s best for your area, and for tight spaces, go with a dwarf variety. How to keep your citrus trees healthy
Real Estate Professional added this to Exterior Ideas
March 30, 2014
I can hardly wait till my lemon tree produces lemons!
Donna Blades added this to donna_blades4272897's ideas
March 30, 2014
love lemons
lanena2583 added this to Landscape Ideas
March 30, 2014
Yes! I want a dwarf lemon tree in my yard :)
gavenas added this to Garden
March 30, 2014
Lemons (shown here), oranges, grapefruit and other close relatives make handsome trees in zones 9 and 10. But the fruit won’t measure up to your expectations unless you live in exactly the right place — lemons, for example, don’t grow well where grapefruit does, and vice versa. Check what’s best for your area, and for tight spaces, go with a dwarf variety.
Arthur Hawker added this to arthur_hawker's ideas
March 30, 2014
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