Grow Zitronenbaum In Your Garden Like A Pro!

Lemons are known for their rich source of citric acid. Nurturing a cultivation of zitronenbaum in the back yard of the garden is not uncommon in the Mediterranean regions; the climate is suitable for the growth of lemons. However, people often go wrong with the procedure. So here are 3 simple and easy steps for […]

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Grow Zitronenbaum In Your Garden Like A Pro!

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Lemons are known for their rich source of citric acid. Nurturing a cultivation of zitronenbaum in the back yard of the garden is not uncommon in the Mediterranean regions; the climate is suitable for the growth of lemons. However, people often go wrong with the procedure. So here are 3 simple and easy steps for a luxuriant growth of lemon trees. Step 1- Location First task is choosing a location...

Lemons are known for their rich source of citric acid. Nurturing a cultivation of zitronenbaum in the back yard of the garden is not uncommon in the Mediterranean regions; the climate is suitable for the growth of lemons.

However, people often go wrong with the procedure. So here are 3 simple and easy steps for a luxuriant growth of lemon trees.

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Step 1- Location

First task is choosing a location that would stimulate the plant’s growth. The tree requires a balanced proportion of sunlight and rain. It must not endure more than 6 hours of sunlight. Also, frost is harmful for the fruits.

Therefore, the ideal location to grow a zitronenbaum would be a wide balcony, terrace or a shaded garden. Keep in mind to make the place wind-protected and lightly flooded. For this reason, garden houses are an ideal location to grow this plant.

Step 2- Soil

Lemons are a fruit replete with vitamins. Consequently, it requires a suitable soil substrate containing equal proportion of compost, clay, granulate and peat. The water absorbing capacity must be high. Porous soil is therefore most suitable for it can both absorb water and also ensures sufficient ventilation for the roots to breathe.

This kind of soil might be a little difficult to find. But if you look online, you’ll find some very good quality of such potting composts.

Step 3- Care

Fertilizing: Fertilize the plant two to three times a month between March to September.

Cutting: This is the most vital part for reaching a good bloom. Unlike most other citric plants, you shouldn’t trim this too often. For this, the less you cut, the better it fruits. Trim the plant occasionally and chop off branches if they get infected with fungi or pests.

Now you know it!

Following these steps, even the most naïve gardener can nurture an excellent bloom of lemons. So this summer, you’ll always have a store of lemonade from your own zitronenbaum!