GAEA_GIRL37: I read online that you can grow the lemon tree inside. It may need supplemental light, but I don't really know. Mine will be on the porch until winter, then I will have to bring it inside.
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Is your lemon tree one you can grow indoors? It may sound like a stupid question, but I've heard of small lemon and lime trees that you can grow indoors..
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Hi! Glad to join this team! I started container gardening last year, and I love it. I live in an apartment, so I only have containers, and it all has to fit on my porch. This year I'm growing the following stuff: sweet basil. thai basil, chives, flat parsley, dill, greek oregano, loose leave lettuce blends, strawberries, arugula, mint, green onions, jalapenos, husky cherry red tomatoes, celebrity tomatoes, and I just got an improved meyer lemon tree.
Anyway, hoping that my garden bear alot this year!
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