Citrus Tree Size?

Answer Commercial citrus groves in California, Arizona, Texas and Florida provide lemons, oranges and grapefruit to market. Home growers in suitable areas grow citrus in ground on grafted standard or dwar... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Citrus Tree Size

How do I prune a citrus tree?

TimingPrune your citrus tree February through April if you live in a desert region. In cooler, less arid regions, wait until late March or even April. To avoid sun damage due to foliage removal, do... Read More »

How do I get a citrus tree to bloom?

Growing ConditionsPlace your tree in a bright, sunny window or under fluorescent grow lights. Keep the temperature between 55 to 65 degrees to keep the tree healthy and vigorous. Dab pollen from o... Read More »

Why Is My Citrus Tree Not Bearing Fruits?

Growing citrus at home yields fruit for the whole family, and often extra fruit for friends and neighbors. Citrus trees need special care, however. They thrive in bright sunlight and warm temperatu... Read More »

California Citrus Tree Diseases?

California offers excellent growing conditions for citrus trees. The warm climate, infrequent frosts, and rocky soil are ideal for citrus growth. Even with all of these benefits, California is not ... Read More »