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The name of this citrus fruit is believed to be from the Middle East, but the name lemon is known to be derived from the word lemon , an Old French word and after the Italian word lemon.
seed propagation Like many other fruits, it is very easy to propagate lemons from seed, although it is quite simple, you will need to have a little patience as it takes time.
Choose a healthy, juicy and tasty lemon Remove to the seeds from the pulp she sees Plant clean seeds immediately while they are still wet to increase the chances of germination.
? Fill with an organic mixture of nutrient-rich peat moss and perlite or sand; alternatively, you can use a pasteurized organic soil mix.
Slightly moisten the soil, leave make sure it's moist, but not soggy.
Once the seedlings have several sets of leaves, transplant the plants into larger pots with well-nourished potting soil.
Feed them a potassium-rich water-soluble fertilizer once or twice a month. Remember to keep the soil moist.
Keep the lemon tree in a warm, well-lit place. It should receive at least 5 hours of sun a day.