Comments On - 7 Easy Container Fruits

I live in the northeast & the only solution to growing citrus is inside in a container.
Dante, Hyde Park, MA
Posted: 9/9/2015 2:16:29 PM
Citrus growing in pots are the best solution for many homes. I live in a very cold area and having citrus in the ground isnt beneficial for me - they wouldnt survive the frosts! So by having them in pots, I can move them around my house to the best spot for the season - brilliant! http://bit.ly/1pKlnmD
Kathy, International
Posted: 6/10/2015 3:22:10 PM
Can you give container size suggestions for each? I only see it for one of the fruits.
betty, san antonio, TX
Posted: 2/24/2015 4:28:38 PM
Deborah, could you give me the names of the fruit trees you grow in containers? I don't live that far from you so our weather and growing conditions are probably identical. Thanks for posting!
Kayla, Temple, GA
Posted: 2/24/2015 12:17:54 PM
You can grow way more than this list in pots. I grow apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, plums, lemons, limes, oranges..with proper pruning winter and summer and a pot at least 5-10 gallons, you can grow any fruit tree or berry with great success!
deborah, Montgomery, AL
Posted: 2/24/2015 12:03:49 PM
I'm not sure that the Meyer lemon produces continuously, but has 2 main crops per year. I harvested 150 lbs of lemons from my mature in-ground tree. Right now I have no lemons and it's just starting to bloom for the summer crop!
Barbara, Sacramento, CA
Posted: 3/21/2014 8:29:46 AM
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