8 Fruit Trees You Can Grow Indoors For Fantastic Fruit And Fragrance In The Home


Lemon trees can grow happily indoors and bring fragrant flowers and fruit to a space. The key to how to grow a lemon tree indoors is to give it lots of bright and sunny light.


Limes are another citrus tree that can be fantastic additions to an indoor space. The fruits are commonly used in cooking, baking, and cocktails.


Orange trees can be grown as dwarf varieties perfect for an indoor space and ideally want full sun and temperatures between 60-90˚F to produce fruit.


Clementines are a type of mandarin orange and are known for their sweet, seedless fruit that is easy to peel. They have attractive evergreen foliage that can add a decorative touch to your home.


Kumquat trees are rich in vitamin C and a source of fiber, the difference to other fruits being you can eat the fruit and the peel together.


It stimulates fruits to grow rather than lots of foliage. So it is ideal to select a smaller container to therefore keep the tree more compact.


Olive trees can be simple to look after as long as you can keep them happy, with lots of sunlight and free-draining soil. The trees are slow-growing and can be kept in a compact shape by pruning olive trees in spring or summer.


Banana trees are tropical trees that get hugely tall when being grown outdoors, so make sure to get dwarf varieties if you want to grow bananas indoors.

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