Plant care and instruction
Start by filling the new container’s bottom with soil, then lightly tamp it down. Repeat until you reach the right depth for your tree’s root ball. This helps provide a good foundation so your tree won’t settle in too deeply. Always leave a few inches at the top for watering.
Indoor lemon trees do best when their soil stays evenly moist. Choose a well-draining potting mix designed for indoor citrus. These mixes help prevent soggy soil while still retaining moisture, so roots don’t get too wet or too dry.
1.Light – full sun /part sun
2.place -container in south or west facing window.
3.water-Keep the soil moist, not overly wet,
4.fertilizer – feed the plant with organic fertilizer.
5.temperature –65 degrees Fahrenheit
6.Repotting -as recommendation
The true lemon tree reaches 10 to 20 feet in height and usually has sharp thorns on the twigs. Leaves are reddish when young, and become dark green above, light green below. Mildly fragrant flowers may be solitary, or there may be two or more. Buds are reddish.