Germinate Lime Seeds

How to Germinate Lime Seeds

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Lime Tree Tips and Care Instructions.

Owning a lime tree or a Lemon Tree has several benefits, not only are you able to get a Lime at any time you would like, but your friends will be jealous of you and your beautiful center piece. In this article we will go over how to not only start your own Lime Tree in your living room but maintain and care for it also.

How to Plant  Lime Tree Seeds

First of you will need a pot that has a base so you can keep indoors and will also hold water. We would recommend getting a 5-10 gallon pot . Then you will want 6-8″ of potting soil in the bottom of the pot. You will want to add a slow release fertilizer, such as Osmocote.  We use Miracle Grow Potting Soil for our Potting Soil. You will need to soak the Lime seeds in warm water for 2-3 hours before planting to ensure a fast germination, once you have the seeds soaked for 2-3 hours you will want to plant them 2-4″ deep within the potting soil mix.

Now remember water is a primary importance to your lime tree seed and is gauged by the size of the tree and temperatures. Reduce water prior to winter to avoid the possibility of stimulation growth that may become damaged in cooler temperatures. Overwatering can become an issue, but just don’t let the tree dry out completely! Allow the upper inch of the soil to dry out before watering. Metal, ceramic, and plastic containers stay wet longer than wood or clay containers. Water the lime seeds gently until the entire surface of the soil feel damp. Continue to water the seeds whenever the top 1″ of soil feels Dry.

Fertilize the lime tree monthly until midsummer and never after July, we recommend going to buy Liquid Miracle Grow and follow the instructions “EXACTLY”. Watch for germination about 12-14 days or 2 weeks, when germination occurs, move the seedlings to a sunny location, or provide adequate artificial light. Lime trees cannot tolerate temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, so in winter move them indoors or they won’t survive. Your lime tree should produce limes 90-120 days from the time it germinates. Enjoy your great indoor lime tree and enjoy a Margarita once you get your first lime you deserve it.

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