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Buy Lemon Trees Punta Gorda

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When your landscape gives you lemons, you’ll be able to make lemonade! The fresh, clean scent of lemon trees, a sophisticated aesthetic, and delicious flavor should inspire you to embrace the Florida climate and buy lemon trees in Punta Gorda or on Pine Island from Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape.

Why Buy from Us

A purchase from us at Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape will be the surest way to secure a healthy lemon tree that fits your needs and your budget without concerns about health or quality. For over 30 years, we’ve worked diligently to grow and nurture plants and trees that are ideal for the Southwest Florida climate. In addition to lemon trees, we offer other citrus varieties, palms, shade trees, shrubs, and numerous plant varieties.

Important Lemon Tree Info

Lemon trees are vulnerable to cold temperatures. They’ll need special protection from frost and northern winds. Placement is key for this purpose and a screen of greenery or a nearby structure will come in handy.

Full sunlight is a must for lemon trees. Partial or indirect sunlight will result in stunted growth instead of a flourishing, healthy specimen.

Another tip for the healthiest possible lemon trees is to provide soil that drains well and is somewhat acidic.

You’ll need to schedule weekly watering for your lemon tree.

Lemon trees can be pruned as needed to keep the desired shape and height.

In-Ground Planting Steps

  1. Dig a hole slightly shorter than the height of the root ball.
  2. Set the tree in the hole and fill in the soil with consistent tamping down throughout the fill process.
  3. Water thoroughly.
  4. Install mulch.

Container-Bound Lemon Trees

Lemon trees are easily grown in a container as a houseplant or placed upon a patio. The container will generally limit growth to between 3 and 5 feet when kept indoors. The soil should still be kept moist, drained, and fertilized, and the indoor temperatures should remain around 70 degrees during daytime hours and in the 50’s during the night.

Light is of particular interest when lemon trees are kept indoors. With the sunny days of Florida, this element isn’t usually an issue, but during the winter, you might need to use lighting specifically designed for growing houseplants. You can also keep the container on wheels and transport it to the patio on warm, sunny days, which will also increase the likelihood for fruit-bearing since pollination is part of the process.

Purchasing Your Lemon Tree

After you decide whether you want a houseplant or a full lemon orchard, the table will be set to make your purchase. Identifying the best tree for your purposes is a decision best undertaken with the guidance of professionals. If you choose Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape as your lemon tree source, you’ll find friendly and informed professionals who are here for this purpose. We’ll send you on your way with the best tree and handy information or with an appointment for delivery and installation of the tree of your choice if you decide to delegate that task to our team.

When you’re missing a fresh bowl of lemons on your table and you live in Florida, you’re doing something wrong! Get back on the path of good Florida living by stopping at Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape to buy lemon trees in Punta Gorda or on Pine Island. For more information or to schedule service or delivery, call 239-362-4327, and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can.

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