Grow a dwarf lemon tree by planting it in a suitable container with well-draining soil, watering and fertilizing it regularly, ensuring it gets enough sunlight, pruning it, and watching for pests. You need a container, s... More »

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Dwarf cherry trees should be planted in early- to mid-spring before they are due to bloom and fruit. Because most dwarf cherry trees are grafted to a root system of a different plant, care should be taken to place the pl... More »

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A dwarf peach tree is a miniature version of a standard peach tree. A genetic dwarf peach tree seldom grows to more than 6 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide, but it produces full-sized fruit. Miniature peach trees have sho... More »

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To grow a lemon tree from seed, remove the seeds from a fresh lemon. Rinse the seeds with lukewarm water, rubbing away their slimy coating, and allow them to dry for a week. Plant the seeds 1 inch deep in 3-inch peat pot... More »

To grow a mango tree, prepare an appropriate growing spot, make sure the soil drains properly, plant the root ball, water the tree, fertilize it three times per year and watch for pests. Growing a mango tree is fairly ea... More »

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Plant Redhaven peach trees in an area that gets at least six hours of direct sunlight daily and has fertile, well-drained soil. Water it regularly, keep an eye out for insects or diseases and fertilize the tree every yea... More »

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Grow a Meyer lemon tree by first choosing a location with plenty of full sun and warmth. Use well drained, rich soil, and water the tree regularly. Bring the tree inside during cold winters. An indoor Meyer lemon plant n... More »

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