There are many reasons to grow your own Citrus plants—fresh fruit high in Vitamin C, fragrant flowers, and beautiful foliage. Gardeners and cooks in all regions of the country can grow these specialty Citrus trees outdoors on the deck or patio during the summer and indoors over the winter.
Gardeners in Zone 10 can expect them to reach 6-10' tall when planted in the ground. Elsewhere in the country, Citrus should be grown in containers and will stay smaller, eventually reaching 4-5'. In cold climates, containers may be moved outside during summer to a sunny spot protected from the wind, then brought back indoors before frost.
Please click here to watch our video on "How to Grow Citrus Plants" and here for our Citrus Growing Guide.