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How to Properly Mulch Trees

Citrus.com has some amazing citrus trees for sale, as well as other types of fruit trees and plants! You might be excited at the idea of having your own avocado tree, kumquat tree, or Meyer lemon tree, but the thought of caring for it might seem intimidating. Before shopping for citrus trees online, you’ll need… Read more »

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Garden Additions for the Winter

Looking for plants for sale to add to your garden? You may not realize it, but some fruit trees can provide you with tasty fresh fruit even during the winter months! There are lots of great reasons to plant winter fruit trees. Apart from providing you with the sheer joy of picking fresh fruit from… Read more »

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Beware: How to Protect Your Tree from Wildlife

Did someone send you a citrus tree for Christmas, or did you find an orange tree online you’re thinking of buying? If so, lucky you! Citrus trees are wonderful additions to your garden: they look pretty, smell great, and – of course – produce delicious fruit. With the availability of dwarf citrus plants, many people… Read more »

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How to Plant & Grow an Avocado Tree

Are you a fan of avocados? If so, you’re not the only one – the Mexican fruit (yes, avocados are a fruit, not a vegetable) has grown popular along with the popularity of Mexican cuisine. Apart from the ubiquitous guacamole, avocados are enjoyed in everything from salads to breakfast toast. And avocados aren’t just delicious… Read more »

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Miracle Fruit

We’re known for offering citrus trees in pots for sale, but we offer more than just citrus trees for sale online…including the one-and-only Miracle Fruit Tree! What is Miracle Fruit? This might sound like something out of a fantasy novel, but imagine eating a berry that magically makes every sour food you eat for up… Read more »

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Do Dwarf Trees Actually Stay Small?

One of the most exciting gardening trends in recent decades has been the growing popularity of small-space gardening for growing fruits and vegetables. Many home gardeners have learned you don’t need much space to grow all kinds of vegetables, fruits and herbs – and that now includes tree fruits. Whether you plant them in the… Read more »

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Proper Lighting for Indoor Citrus Trees

Thanks to the portability of dwarf fruit trees (trees grafted onto dwarf rootstock), it’s possible for anyone to enjoy homegrown lemons, oranges, limes or grapefruit – even those who live in climates that experience hard winters. Indoor citrus trees aren’t difficult to care for, but their care needs are crucial – you can’t afford to… Read more »

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5 Fun Facts About Pineapple Plants

Citrus.com is known for our citrus trees for sale online and great advice on how to grow citrus trees. But we can provide you with other types of fruit trees as well – and fruit-producing plants that aren’t trees, like the beloved pineapple! Here are some interesting facts about the fascinating pineapple plant: A pineapple… Read more »

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How Do You Care for a Jaboticaba Bonsai Tree?

Jaboticaba bonsai trees are petite and beautiful… and they’re also very misunderstood. The term “bonsai” scares most novice gardeners away, because of the long-standing myth that these exotic-looking indoor trees are hard to care for. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. Bonsai isn’t a species of tree—it’s a gardening style, and a cherished… Read more »

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Why Is My Olive Tree Not Flowering?

Olive trees are one of the most popular edible plants to grow at home, for a number of reasons: Olive trees are easy to care for, as they can adapt to many different soil types. Olive trees can be grown successfully in a variety of climates and can handle temperatures as low as 20°F. Olive… Read more »

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The Easiest Edible Plants To Grow

You don’t have to have the greenest thumb in the neighborhood in order to grow your own edible plants for food at home. In fact some plants that grow edible greens, berries, and veggies are also quite easy to grow. Here is our list of 7 plants that are not only nutritious and delicious, but… Read more »

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Growing Tips for Year-Round Edible Plants

In many locations, the winter months mean a halt to growing your own vegetables, herbs, and leafy green foods. However, the same attributes that make growing many of these plants easy in the first place (small size, fast growing, edible foliage) also make them great for growing indoors. That means when winter strikes, you can… Read more »

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Four Edible Plants For Home Growing

Since the onset of COVID-19, and our federal, state, and local government reactions designed to reduce the spread of the virus, many of us have shifted to working at home. Even essential employees who still go back and forth to work have been spending more time in their homes as restaurants and bars have been… Read more »

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The Art of Edible Landscaping

Integrating edible plants into your home landscape is one of those practices that make sense on many levels. You are already maintaining a lawn and flower beds, adding fertilizer, removing weeds, watering, and expending your energy doing so. When you mix edible plants such as vegetables, herbs, greens, and fruit into your yard, you get… Read more »