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Q.Growing Fruit Trees Inside

Zone Coeur dAlene Idaho | Anonymous added on May 13, 2021 | Answered

I have recently left Southern California for Northern Idaho. Is it possible to grow dwarf lemon trees here? Could I leave outside during the spring and summers and bring inside ? Obviously they would be in pots that can be rolled in?

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Answered on May 16, 2021

Yes, you can do this if you can keep them warm enough. Your zone is not a favorite of lemons, but with proper care you should be able to grow them. You are in zone 6; this article addresses growing them in zone 7, so you'll need to be extra cautious:
Here's an article that lists the fruits that grow best in your zone:

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