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Indoor Fruit Tree Assortment

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Description

A pleasureful assortment for your palate. Perfect for growing in containers both indoors and outside. These trees can be grown in cooler climates when planted in containers. This allows you to move them to a sheltered area or an unheated garage for adequate winter protection. Harvest homegrown fruit and enjoy eating fresh or using in your favorite recipes.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

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I like the small fruit bearing trees. I live in a cold area so indoor fruit trees will be ideal. My family likes a variety of fruit.
Raylene W on Jan 7, 2017
I like the small fruit bearing trees. I live in a cold area so indoor fruit trees will be ideal. My family likes a variety of fruit.
Raylene W on Jan 7, 2017
If I live in MN, would I have to bring these in the house in the winter? Do I need a pollinator if I move them outside in the summer? I've never heard of a pollinator.
Sandy on Mar 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you would have to bring it in during the colder months ( I kept my Meyer lemon tree in Ohio and basically anything colder than 65 I brought it in ) I also didn't have a pollinator - I just let it enjoy the summer sun and now I have two baby lemons growing on my tree ?? I hope that helps
I inquired about the Dwarf Navel Orange! You replied that you offer a Calamondin Orange! I am not familiar with that species!Is it a sweet juicy orange or similar to a navel orange?
Linda R on Sep 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi. It's a cross between a navel orange and a kumquat. The flavor is wonderful. It's in the mandarin orange family.

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