What About Growing Fruit Trees In Your Home?!

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While fruit trees in my mind have traditionally been associated with Pasadena groves and estates in La Jolla, there is a way to scale citrus-growing into a right-now, today activity.  I am enamored by indoor citrus. Not to mention, in old school feng shui philosophy, orange trees will help you get rich and lemons will help you make more love & babies! Here’s some indoor & patio citrus inspiration for you to see that this dream of a fragrant grove can find its way into your home right now!

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How effortless is this amzing potted citrus? I am thrillingly inspired to add these to my new home that gets flooded with light!!!

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Is there anything more memorable than coming home to oranges that are sweet and bright?

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Meyer lemons are very lush on these little trees.

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THESE tips from Apartment Therapy can help you get growing.

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And, be aware: you can start small and succeed.  No bigger than a houseplant, this desktop citrus is yeilding lots of fruit for its size!

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Jeanne March 30, 2014 at 8:32 pm

I actually have one of these! It was a birthday gift last year. It is pretty cool, So far, the oranges are disgusting!!! LOL. City girl with her tiny cherry tomato sized oranges 🙂 But I read it may take some time. I am going to repot it and try again. I will not give up yet. It’s such a novelty 🙂

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danaclaudat April 1, 2014 at 12:00 am

hahaha, I wondered aboutthe quality of the mini oranges! Maybe lemons are my move. They appear full-sized 🙂

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Jeanne April 1, 2014 at 2:51 am

I agree! I think I may buy another tree since they are quite unique! Hopefully, my tiny tree will grow more is summer on my patio. The “adult size” lemon trees look impressive 🙂 Lol!

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danaclaudat April 2, 2014 at 2:29 am

🙂

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