“ By bringing a consciousness to
gardening sacred space can be created outdoors”
~ S. Kelley Harrell ~
Sweet and juicy – best straight off the tree or freshly squeezed on ice!
This evergreen citrus tree usually brought as a grafted tree from your local nursery produces many large harvests of fruit each year once matured (at around 3 years old).
The fruit produced is pale yellow, smooth and round with flesh that has a sweet flavour.
New trees are best planted at the start of Spring in a full sun position, in soil with good drainage, this tree can grow to 2 to 5 metres high and can also be grown in pots too.
Citrus trees are known to be heavy feeders and the hardy Lemonade is no different, it is best to give your tree a dose of well-balanced fertiliser like our Super Phoska Citrus & Fruit blend in February, July & November each year sprinkling the fertiliser around the trunk and out to the edge of the canopy of the tree and watering it in well.
A regular watering regime when the tree is young is important to get it’s root system established and once that is done you can water weekly or as needed per the seasons.
You will find you’ll have to beat the kids and the birds from eating these delicious fruits right off the tree!
Did you know?
The tasty lemonade was created as a hybrid cross of a Meyer lemon & New Zealand grapefruit. Yum!
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What to Plant:
Alyssum Aster Crysanthemum
Cornflower Dahlia Dianthus
Foxglove Gazania Hollyhock
Impatiens Lobelia Marigold
Petunia Salvia Zinnia
Ageratum Aster Balsam
Carnation Cosmos Dianthus
Geranium Gerbera Impatiens
Marigold Pansy Petunia
Rudebeckia Sunflower Verbena
Ageratum Amaranthus Begonia
Crysanthemum Coxscomb Coleus
Cosmos Dahlia Dianthus
Gerbera Kangaroo Paw Marigold
Petunia Portulaca Salvia
Sunflower Torenia Verbena
Vegetables & Herbs:
Beans Beetroot Capsicum
Cucumber Leeks Potato
Pumpkin Rockmelon Silverbeet
Sweet Corn Tomato Turnip
Artichokes Asparagus Capsicum
Eggplant Pumpkin Sweet Potato
Tomato Turnip Watermelon
Basil Ginger Sweet Corn
Sweet Potato Taro
Did you know? Chickens absolutely love all types of cabbage. Plant some that your chickens can eat and the chlorophyll from the cabbage will help make their egg yolks ultra golden.
Super Chicken’s Top Tips!
- Remove any dead branches from shrubs, trees and perennials once they’ve sprouted new spring growth.
- Start spring and summer veggies and herbs from seed indoors and transplant into the garden once they are around 3cm tall.
- Prune back hibiscus bushes
- Weed gardens and lay down some mulch
- Keep up a regular watering regime as the weather gets hotter.
- Plant new citrus trees with a handful of Super Growth fertiliser pellets thrown into the planting hole