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Comments On - 9 Tips for Growing Container Trees


Do you need to cut the corks up, or just use them whole??
glee, honolulu, HI
Posted: 2/24/2014 11:32:23 AM
Interesting
Lorna, Poplarfield, MB
Posted: 2/1/2014 5:30:13 PM
I'm always under the assumption that fruiting trees needs full sun.
Dante, Hyde Park, MA
Posted: 5/17/2013 4:32:31 PM
Good to know
Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 3/15/2013 7:08:17 AM
nice
i, i, ID
Posted: 1/15/2013 11:59:22 PM
I love growing trees indoors, I have an Avacado tree that's pushing through the ceiling tiles. I didn't know that they would grow that big, but it's showing no sign of stopping.
Dawn, delta, CO
Posted: 9/26/2012 6:44:53 PM
You can use this fertilizer in place of plant food or vegetable fertilizer. Simply use one tablespoon of Epsom salt and place it in a gallon of water. Place in a water jug and water once a month.
Ron @ garden plants, Tennessee, TN
Posted: 9/25/2012 6:27:06 AM
I love this article. I've been looking for something like this for years. My backyard is kinda small and ideas like this really help me get a start with planting some fruit trees - somethihng I've always wanted to do. Where can I subscribe?
Ken, Keller, TX
Posted: 9/23/2012 12:11:59 PM
Great infon also works for seniors and permanent RV'ers. Just put planters on wheels to move around.
Jean, Tonopah, AZ
Posted: 9/20/2012 4:39:06 PM
Wonderful, I have a lemon tree that is growing by leaps and bounds, great idea on the square pot, I will keep my eye open for one.
Amy, Bellingham, WA
Posted: 8/28/2012 3:38:48 PM
Sounds great.
Galadriel, Lothlorien, ME
Posted: 8/14/2012 10:43:45 PM
I've got to try this.
Bill, Beckley,, WV
Posted: 8/1/2012 11:36:57 AM
the idea of a coffee tree on my apartment balcony thrills the daylights out of me. thanks for sharing!
Renee, Richmond, VA
Posted: 7/9/2012 4:00:57 PM
Thank you for sharing this.
Carl, Livermore, CA
Posted: 2/4/2012 10:22:44 AM
I have discovered a better way to move a potted tree than a hand truck or other wheeled conveyance. I purchased a product called a Potlifter (available at various online retailers) which is specifically designed for lifting and carrying large potted plants (and other large items such as landscape boulders). It does require two people to operate it, but it works perfectly and allows me and my neighbor to stand well back from my thorny Meyer lemon tree and maneuver it through doorways and around obstacles with ease. It's reasonably priced and folds up and stores in an included small sturdy nylon stuff sack. Full disclosure: I have no connection whatsoever with the manufacturer or any seller of this product
Alan, Portland, OR
Posted: 5/7/2011 10:59:28 AM
Great concept. Talk about the ultimate in container gardens...
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 5/4/2011 5:36:50 PM
I would love to get a lemon, lime, and orange tree. I am going to have to look into doing this! Thanks for the info
Missy, Altoona, PA
Posted: 5/4/2011 5:28:15 PM
I was excited to see this article. It helped me in deciding to grow a Meyer Lemon Tree. I ordered my tree and waiting for it to arrive! Thanks for the information.
Delores, Brooklyn, NY
Posted: 4/29/2011 9:36:33 AM
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