Growing Your Own Lemon Tree Indoors From A Lemon Seed





Lemon fruit is nutritious it contains many nutrients and one of this is vitamin C that is essential for us because it helps boost our immune system. Lemon fruit can be used in many different kinds of things such as a drinking beverage and culinary use.

With these benefits, you might want to get your own lemon tree so that you have a ready to go freshly picked lemon.

Here is how you prepare on growing your own lemon tree:

Things you need

* First of a sunny indoor location where you can put your lemon tree for sunlight.

* Next an organic lemon since non-organic lemons often contain non-germinating seeds.

* Of course, you will need a seedling pot that is about 24 inches wide by 12 inches deep.

* You will also need a soil (Fertile potting soil) and natural fertilizers like compost.

* Planting pot that measures about 6 inches wide and 6 inches deep.

Procedure

* Moisten the potting soil so that it is damp but remember only damp not soaked all the way through.

* Get your soil and put it in the smaller pot all the way to about an inch below the rim.

* Next is to cut open your lemon and get the seeds then remove all the pulp from its surface.

* Then put the seed into the soil while it is still moist. Plant the seed about half an inch deep in the middle of the smaller pot.

* Put some soil directly above the seed gently and then spray some water.

* Get some plastic wrap then seal the pot using the plastic wrap and a rubber band to hold it then poke some holes in the top.

* Next place it in the sunny location you picked.

* Spray some water occasionally to not dry out the soil but remember that don't use too much water to cause some puddle. Just keep the soil moist.

* After two weeks when the sprouting emerges, take the plastic covering off. If you think that your plant needs more light you can buy some grow light and use it.

* Keep the soil damp and make sure that it gets at least 8 full hours per day and giving it moderate doses of organic fertilizer like compost.

* Watch your plant to ensure that it is not attacked by bugs or diseases.

* When you think that your lemon tree is outgrowing your pot next thing you have to do is transfer it to the larger pot. then go do the same procedures.

Reminder:

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