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Cin starts with ...
You will have to forgive me for my basic questions - unfortunately my books seem to be missing the simple details...

I'd going to plant 3 citrus trees and wondering how close to each other they can be - would like a lemon, lime and orange. Although may put in two different types of lemons as we eat these more and would like them year round if possible

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Cin
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16th September 2008 3:15pm
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deb says...
Hi cin.
If you have full size citrus they need to be at least 2-3 metres apart, because these trees grow to 5-7 metres high,however there are now a lot of drawf citrus which only grow to 2-3 metres, but still have the same amount and size fruit,but take up much less room. By the way fertilize with dynamic lifter (chook poo) and they will be fantastic
hope this helps
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