Fruit Trees

Lime Tree
Peach Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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If you’re a fan of fresh limes, why not try growing your own lime tree? Be careful, though, as they can only survive in temperatures above 50º F, so you’ll need to grow them inside or at least bring them inside when the temperatures drop.

Spike Moss Selaginella
Ruby Supreme Guava Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Selaginella is an attractive, interesting plant to grow. For the best results, keep the soil moist but not overly wet, maintain high humidity around the plant, and don’t expose it to temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Lime Tree
Mimosa Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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If you’re a fan of fresh limes, why not try growing your own lime tree? Be careful, though, as they can only survive in temperatures above 50º F, so you’ll need to grow them inside or at least bring them inside when the temperatures drop.

Clementine Tree
Clementine Tree Care and Propagation Tips
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You may have already seen or eaten those mini oranges that taste super sweet and have the thinnest peel. But have you ever wondered what they are? These citrus fruits are called clementines and can easily be grown in your own garden. Clementine trees are ideal for beginner gardeners who want to grow citrus trees as houseplants. This is because clementines are hardier than their relatives and caring for them isn’t as difficult as you may think.

Banana Tree Care
How to Grow and Care For Banana Tree
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When we dream of the tropics or rainforests, lots of banana trees pop to mind. But did you know that bananas don’t actually grow on trees? Some people may refer to them as palm trees, but in actual fact, banana plants are large perennial herbs. In this article, we’ve covered all the facts about banana trees, with some great tips on how to grow and care for these beautiful plants.

Avocado Tree
Avocado Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Growing avocados as houseplants or outdoors is a fun way of enjoying the beauty of these trees. But if you’re after their fruit, you’ll be waiting for a long time - Unless you move yourself to a warmer climate! With enough patience though, your avocado seedling will eventually turn into shiny, oval leaves before it’s ready for potting.

Types of Apple Trees
Apple Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Apple trees are very rewarding to grow at home. They are a beautiful ornamental tree, especially when in bloom and also produce bountiful harvests of edible fruits. Here you can learn about some of the best types of apple trees to grow in your home garden, which climates they are most suited to, and what their care requirements are.

Types of Oranges
Different Types of Oranges To Grow Or For Consumption (with Pictures)
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Orange trees are a hot climate fruit-producing plant that typically thrives in hot, dry regions in full sun, with moist and well-draining soil. There are many different types of orange you might want to consider when it comes to growing for orange trees or buying oranges for consumption. These are the main types of oranges available:

Types of Pear Trees
Pear Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Pear trees are rewarding to grow, as many types can produce delicious fruits, and they have an ornamental beauty all year round. They look luscious in spring when they are in full bloom, then have a fresh appeal during summer when they are densely packed with vibrant green leaves

Types of Fig Trees
Fig Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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There are over 800 varieties of fig trees in existence, all part of the mulberry (Moraceae) family. Most fig trees hail from tropical climates, as they prefer extreme heat and are intolerant of low temperatures, though there are some hardy species that can withstand frost.