How To Grow A Lemon Tree From Seeds

Now You can learn how to grow your own Lemon Tree from Seed and have fresh Lemons on hand at all times. You will be so excited with the results that you achieve.

Some of our posts contain affiliate links to products, meaning that we may earn a small commission if you make a purchase.

advertisement - content continues below

When life gives you Lemons, grow more! Today we’re sharing how to grow an endless supply of fresh lemons from seeds.

It’s a simple process once you know how and we are including a step by step Youtube Video that explains in great detail.

 

advertisement - content continues below

Grow Lemon Trees From Seeds Youtube Video

The video that we are sharing with you today is from Project Diaries and the Vlogger is very comprehensive with the process.

He has some excellent tips that you won’t want to miss. Click Play above to watch now ^

Before we share some Lemon Growing Tips below, we thought we would share these Lemon Starter Trees that come in 4″ Pots. We found them on Etsy and they have a 5 star rating and excellent reviews. This is for those that are a little impatient.

They are inexpensive but there are certain delivery restrictions you will need to check. You can see them here

advertisement - content continues below

What others are reading

I confirm that The WHOot has permission to add my email address to their mailing list and use it to send me newsletters.
I agree with the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy and I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time.

Lemon Tree Growing Tips

If you propagate your seeds in winter, the progress will be slower. Lemons love lots of light just like we do. They only need moderate watering at this time. Take special care to ensure that the soil does not dry out.

If the leaves start dropping, don’t be alarmed. In Summer, be sure to keep well watered and fertilized. You can choose a citrus nutrient and don’t only leave your plant indoors, give it plenty of fresh air. Be sure that you have a few holes for drainage too as Citrus Trees in particular require excellent drainage.

As mentioned in the video, if your leaves start to yellow, you are overwatering. It is suggested that you back off the watering for about a week until your leaves turn green again. Similarly if your leaves curl, you are under watering them.  Now that you know how to grow a Lemon Tree, why not see all the ways you can use your Lemons. Check out our Lemon Cleaning Recipes here.

Content continues below

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.