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Take out a lemon

Take out a lemon


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Question: remove a lemon


Hi, I'm reorganizing the garden and on the occasion I would like to move a lemon plant about 2 years old which is the right period? or do I run the risk of ruining it?
Thanking you in advance, best regards

Answer: remove a lemon


Dear Massimo,
in general lemon plants tend not to have a complete period of vegetative rest, so when you plant and move it you will surely have to give up flowers and fruits that are not yet ripe; put into account this the best time to move it is the autumn or the late spring, in any case not in a period in which the plant presents many flowers.
Remember to start the explant by pruning the plant well, removing about a third of the foliage; then proceed by removing a large earthen bread from the soil, so as to transfer most of the root system still intact. Your lemon should be small, so I don't think it will suffer much.



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