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plentiful harvest. It's a smaller tree, usually not growing higher than 10 feet, making it a favorite choice for garden borders or even a large pot. Photo courtesy of Monrovia
Meyer lemon and other fruit trees fig, apple, apricot.
plentiful harvest. It's a smaller tree, usually not growing higher than 10 feet, making it a favorite choice for garden borders or even a large pot.
plentiful harvest. It's a smaller tree, usually not growing higher than 10 feet, making it a favorite choice for garden borders or even a large pot. Photo courtesy of Monrovia
Citrus blossoms can be as edible as the fruit. Taste first, as the flavor varies and may be overly strong. Use them to garnish
stone fruit. Avoid applying too much fertilizer, though — it’s too hot in August to force a lot of tender new growth.
“Studying? Sip on lemon tea. The scent of lemons improves mental performance.” — 456dsa
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Harvest. Though each banana stem will take two to three years to bloom and produce fruit, they all will do so throughout the year, with established clumps producing more fruit than you'll know what to do with. When the banana blooms, the flower (rather a collection of flowers) will hang downward and
form new fruits. When the bloom is spent, the stem will die. Cut the entire stem to the ground, allowing the other stems to take its place. The stem can be chopped up and spread over the planting site as an effective mulch.
“Banana ideas” — greennw2
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