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Lots a lemon and dwarf lime

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B starts with ...
I have a lots a lemon dwarf plant and a dwarf lime. I haven't moved them into bigger pots as yet. Does anyone know what size pot I should put each in?

Thanks
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Brendan says...
Hi B, bigger is 'usually' better for pot sizes, and use the best potting mix you can afford. Make sure the trees root-ball(s) are cleaned of all the old potting mix when re-potting.
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Itdepends says...
40cm pots or bigger- half a wine barrel if you can get it/fit it in your garden scheme.

Make sure you water it religously during the drier months or it may drop its fruit
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