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  1. A Plan To Achieve “2021 Garden Ready” Status

    Wait, we should be planning our gardens and landscapes? 

    Yes, you should be! These things take time and major patience to perfect. You do want those passing by to stop and marvel at the work you’ve done right? 

    Maybe you’re in a friendly warfare with that one neighbor who always out does the whole block? 

    Or could you be trying to impress the new in-laws with perceived-to-be tip-top shape landscape designs? We’ve all been there. So let’s get started!

    Think of the outdoor spaces as a wonderful canvas to paint. Blend together lights and darks, smoothly outline the sides, and attract eyes to wanted pivot p

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  2. Care Tips for Citrus Trees in Pots

    Care Tips for Citrus Trees in Pots

    Just getting started? Read our Selection Guide for the best Citrus varieties for container culture.

    Already ordered your new Improved Dwarf Meyer Lemons, Bearss Limes or Calamondin Oranges? Congrats!

    Let's get started early to prepare for the arrival of your new tree.

    Finding a Suitable Pot or Fabric Grow Bag

    Making good choices about containers doesn't have to be expensive. People are getting really creative in their Victory Garden designs. Go fancy if you can, or "cheap out" if you need to.

    Either

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  3. Grow Lemons in Pots: Victory Garden Selection Guide

    Top Varieties for Growing Citrus in Pots

    Join the Victory Garden movement! It seems like everyone is adding fruiting trees and plants to their landscape, no matter how large or small. After all, one of the best things in life to enjoy the taste, fragrance and health benefits of homegrown fruit.

    There is also something very satisfying about the feeling of being prepared. People all across the country are realizing how fulfilling it is to grow food for themselves, family and friends.

    Beyond sowing the seeds of a vegetable garden, why not add Citrus trees in your Victory Garden design? Growing your own lemons, limes, oranges and other Citrus varieties save you a lot of money over the long haul.

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