Learn to Grow Dwarf Citrus Trees in Pots
You can grow dwarf citrus trees in pots in North Carolina. At our house we have a January ritual of harvesting Meyer Lemons, dicing them skin-n-all and rolling them up with brown sugar in fresh crepes and eating them in the kitchen with juices running down our chins. We also harvest sweet kumquats, sour oranges (a substitute for lemon or lime) and Clementine tangerines (and just for fun, a coffee tree that produces a few coffee beans). Learn how to keep dwarf citrus trees in pots at:
Dwarf Citrus Tree Growing Workshop
(limited space for twelve attendees--Must also reply to [masked] to reserve your spot!)
Saturday, May 18, 2-4pm.
1412 North Mangum Street
Durham, NC 27701
For $25 (cash or check only) we’ll cover:
· Choosing varieties.
· Where to get them.
· Basic organic care—watering, fertilizing, harvesting and how to keep citrus trees alive indoors over the winter.
· Three uncommon citrus trees that can survive our winters outdoors.
· Demo of safe moving of heavy pots indoors for the winter and outdoors for the summer.
· Root pruning demo.
· Wine-cork mulching demo.
· Handout with resources and recipes.
RSVP here, but you Also Must Contact Me at [masked] in order to lock in a spot for yourself.
Hope to see you here.
More about Frank's gardens and background : www.frankhyman.com