Yes you can!
If you have a bright sunny warm position in your home with loads of light, it is very possible to grow a citrus tree indoors.
Yes you can!
With the right preparation and follow up, your trees will come through winter with a big smile, ready to flourish and enjoy the warmth of the season’s ahead.Read More
It’s annoying and if not controlled it will infest and disfigure the leaves of your citrus which ultimately effects your trees ability to photosynthesis, and survive and thrive… learn how to manage this little pest here.
This is the story of CLEM.
The Buddha’s hand refuses to conform, these lovely long fingers are without juice, made of rind and pith, and no seed.Read More
It’s important to note here that your trees will sulk and suck their thumbs if they have to spend all their energy growing roots to fill a large pot..Read More
It was after two devastating freezes in Florida, that almost wiped out the citrus industry in 1894 and 1895, that Swingle was inspired to unite two species of citrus -the West Indian Lime and the CumquatRead More
The fruit looks a little different depending on your latitude, however squeezed over a spicy soup, pickled, candied or eaten as marmalade in glistening spoonfuls, this the Calamondin/Calamansi is a glorious, bountiful citrus.Read More
Citrus bergamia - Bergamot, is a revered and highly valued fruit with a romantic and fragrant story that took the world by storm in the 1700’s.Read More
Once the Shamouti orange was Israel’s most revered export, bred as an easy peel orange it is almost seedless and the fruit sold full of middle Eastern sunshine and exoticnessRead More