Now that it’s beginning to get colder in my neck of the woods (I know, it’s only September, but the mountains in Utah can get to be super chilly!) I’m starting to turn my thoughts towards winter gardening. I haven’t even harvested all of my summer crops from the garden outside, but I am eagerly waiting to start container gardening inside! My family looks forward to my container gardening just as much as I do, and I can’t wait to harvest melons, berries, and pineapples all throughout the winter months. There’s nothing like a slice of fresh fruit to bust any winter blues! Keep reading to learn how you can start planning your winter container garden!
Is it just me or does a slice of lemon in a cold glass of water make anyone else instantly happy? Keep your lemon plant in an area where it is sure to get full sun everyday. Lemon trees should often be watered, but special care should be taken to ensure that they don’t become over watered. Find a really helpful indoor grow guide via The Spruce.