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 How Is a Lemon Tree Different From a Lime Tree?

Answer Lemon and lime trees are both cold-tender citrus trees grown in home and commercial orchards. Both have mostly tart varieties with some sweet ones available. Lemon and lime are often combined as a ... Read More »
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How do I graft an orange tree to a lemon tree?

Orange TreeSelect a young branch from your orange tree and remove it. Your budwood should be disease-free with multiple buds.Lemon TreeRemove a branch from the lemon tree, leaving behind at least ... Read More »
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Does a Lemon Tree Need to Be Pollinated From Another Lemon Tree?

Lemon trees are tropical plants that require warm climate conditions, well-drained soils and full sun. Citrus plants mostly are self-pollinating, but some hybrids require the presences of another t... 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 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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