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For the most part, the areas where home gardeners plant the citrus trees are the same areas where citrus is grown commercially. But if space is limited or climate isn't...more
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Take shrub softwood cuttings now. Cut a 3- and 5-inch-long piece of stem one inch below the second leaf node. Remove the bottom set of leaves, dip the cut end in rooting hormone, and place in moistened potting soil.
Growing plants in pots can be the answer to the constraints of site, soil, space -- and age. Container gardening lets the gardener pick the site and soil, and control water and fertilizer to precise levels. Perhaps tilling a new garden bed is impractical, but a collection of pots along a sunny wall ...
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