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Kutz's Edible Backyard

Joined: 15/04/20 Updated: 15/01/21 Frost:
Location: ROSEBERY

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Update: 84 days 18hrs

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I'm looking forward to testing the fruits reputed sweetness in lemon cheesecakes, a few salad dressings and maybe trying my hand at home made lemon butter.

It's a beautiful looking little tree with bright green shiny leaves. As soon as I received from Daleys I transplanted into a 35 litre self watering planter with citrus potting mix. Once the weather got cold I kept the tree inside but estimate it was only getting 4.5-5 hours of filtered sunlight. It didn't grow a single bit, but it didn't die either. Temperature was consistently above 12 degrees Celsius.

Once the weather warmed, I popped the tree onto the balcony where it receives about 6 hours of sunlight a day and remains sheltered from wind and frost. Watered with banana peel water and placed some coir on top, got lots of new light green baby leaves.

It then had pink and white buds that burst open into lovely smelling flowers. Pollinated by hand using a cotton bud. 23 little baby lemons have now appeared as the flowers wilted away. I will likely need to remove quite a few as the tree is very young and only measuring 44cm to the top of the trunk and 92cm to the highest branch. It's unlikely to be able to hold more than 2-3 lemons per branch right now.

After 7 months I repotted into the same pot adding more well draining soil and giving it a root trim. Very pleased with this tree so far.

Pruning hasn't been attempted yet, but probably after fruiting.

Planted: 2020

Height 44 Centimetres

Growing: In a Pot

Qty: 1

First Fruited: 1 Years from purchase in pot

Sun/Shade: Medium Sun

Water Given in: Spring

Spring

Pollination: Hand Pollination

Fertiliser or Organics Used: Coir, macadamia shells, banana peel water

When I Fertilise: Spring

Pest Control: Vinegar  soap traps, Hortico insect killer for citrus (no good) Multicrop Eco Pest Oil (no good) chilli powder on the soil - weirdly super efficient - never seen anything like it.


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