Can you grow lemons indoors?
Also know, can you grow lemons from seeds?
The first step in propagating lemon seeds is to select a good tasting, juicy lemon. Plant several lemon seeds about ½ inch deep to increase the chance for lemon seed propagation. Moisten the soil lightly and cover the top of the pot with plastic wrap to aid in water retention. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy.
Furthermore, can you grow a citrus tree indoors? Like the plants at Versailles, your orange, lemon, or lime tree can grow in a container, thriving indoors during cold-weather months before basking outside in spring and summer.
People also ask, what fruit can you grow indoors?
Enjoy growing fruits indoors—even if you live outside the tropics—in containers. You don't have to live in the tropics to grow fruits such as lemons, oranges, grapefruits, passion fruit, and figs.
Should I pee on my lemon tree?
As a general rule, urine isn't very good for most plants, including lemon trees. Lemon trees prefer soil that is slightly acidic and while urine can make the soil too acidic, that isn't the biggest issue. Too much nitrogen can burn plants. The NPK of urine is often something like 12–2–2, making it very 'hot'.