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NehaJain
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2 weeks ago

Thanks for your response @MikeM84 - I am looking for fruit plants/trees that I can plant in pots as I am renting at the moment. Also I am looking for ...

NehaJain
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a month ago

Thanks a ton @Noelle for the advice.. surely will keep it in mind. And Next time before potting a plant will seek advise here..

NehaJain
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a month ago

Thanks @MartyH really appreciate your response, but I know some this information is already available online but the intent of posting my queries here ...

NehaJain
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2 replies
a month ago

Thanks @MartyH and @Noelle, the lime plant that I have is Grafted dwarf Tahitian Lime and at the moment I have planted the lime tree in the pot of siz ...

NehaJain
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Hi All, I have recently started gardening and would love to plant some fruiting plants/trees but there is a small constraint I am renting at the momen ...

NehaJain
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  Hi all,I am new here and new to gardening scene but I have started with indoor and outdoor plants specially fruiting trees. last month I bought lime ...

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MikeM84
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2 replies
a month ago

Tomatoes, Chillies, leeks, onions, garlic, lettuce, broccoli and much more can grow in pots. I suggest provide abit more details, so we can assist in ...

Noelle
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1 reply
a month ago

Hi again NehaJain If you are using a citrus and fruit tree potting mix as well as a citrus slow release fertiliser, there is no need to also apply Eps ...

MartyH
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1 reply
a month ago

@NehaJain I'd check out all the planting and growing guides here as they tend to have info about whether you can or can't grow in pots - https://www. ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
a month ago

Good to have you join in the discussion @NehaJain. I'm sure the Workshop community will be happy to assist you with your lime tree as well as any othe ...

Noelle
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3 replies
a month ago

@MartyH - Lemon and lime trees need pretty much the same sort and level of care - they enjoy very similar conditions. They are also both susceptible ...

MartyH
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4 replies
a month ago

Lots of good advice here - https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garden/planting-and-growing/how-to-grow-and-care-for-a-lemon-tree - but I'd be curio ...

LePallet
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Here are some before and after shots of our backyard. Like always with owning a first home, we only then realised how long it takes to do things to t ...

TheSaltyreefer
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Very happy with our little growing collection of fruit tree's, very dry and hot here currently, mulching is our friend, we are currently getting ready ...

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NehaJain
Budding Contributor
a month ago

Thanks a ton @Noelle for the advice.. surely will keep it in mind. And Next time before potting a plant will seek advise here..

NehaJain
Budding Contributor
2 replies
a month ago

Thanks @MartyH and @Noelle, the lime plant that I have is Grafted dwarf Tahitian Lime and at the moment I have planted the lime tree in the pot of siz ...

NehaJain
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi All, I have recently started gardening and would love to plant some fruiting plants/trees but there is a small constraint I am renting at the momen ...

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