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 Can an orange tree grow from a lemon seed?

Answer No, orange trees only can grow from orange seeds. You'll need to first clean and then dry the seeds. Then, soak the seeds in water for several days to promote germination before planting.Source:The... Read More »
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How do I grow a lemon tree from a lemon seed?

SeedRemove the seeds from the lemon intact. Wash the seeds to clean the sugar from the seed because sugar promotes fungal growth.PlantInsert seeds 1/2-inch deep in a soil-filled pot before the seed... Read More »
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How do I grow a lemon tree from a seed?

Getting SeedsCut open the lemon and withdraw the seeds as whole as possible. Rinse them with water to remove the sugar left from the fruit's flesh to prevent fungus from taking root in the seed.Ger... Read More »
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Can I grow a lemon tree from a store-bought lemon?

You can grow a lemon tree from store-bought lemons. Plant the seeds in a ceramic or clay pot, use a good premixed medium soil, water as needed, mist for humidity and make sure your lemon seeds and ... Read More »
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How do I grow lemon verbena from seed?

PreparationPlant lemon verbena seeds directly in the garden after all danger of frost has passed. Spade the soil in a sunny, well-drained location. Remove any weeds, roots, rocks and large clods, t... Read More »
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