Growing lemon in pots
Growing lemon in pots dates back from 300 B.C. The evergreen branches with pink and white flowers and yellow fruits are a decoration of the gardens and terraces in the summer, while in the winter it is best to be kept in a well lit room where temperature doesn’t go below zero, preferably facing south. The temperatures should be somewhere between 1 and 7ºC, because anything higher than that might lead to premature blooming. In winter months it is important to keep the minimum soil moistness – lack of humidity or over humidity can cause leaves to fall, plant to rot and eventually die.