Having a lemon tree in the backyard was once the great Australian dream. Now it’s a citrus tree orchard with limes, blood oranges, and mandarins rivaling the humble lemon for space and pride of place.
Citrus trees are evergreen trees that can be grown in pots or in the ground but will need year-round care.
Luckily, citrus trees are dead-easy to grow and produce an abundant harvest in only a couple of years from planting. To reap the rewards year after year, follow this simple citrus regime.
- Fertilising with Scotts Osmocote® Controlled Release Fertiliser
- Pest and disease prevention
Ready to plant citrus trees in your garden and enjoy a zesty treat at home? Remember to follow the above tips for a bumper harvest. If you’re looking to grow more fruit and veg in your garden, discover our 10 easy steps to grow your own food at home.