✔ (Pls.Take note that orders via shipping may take 2-3days or more depending on our service availability to take ur order to the courier ‘coz we’re on a remote area, theres no courier branch available here & we need to take ur orders to lucena city to be ship. Payments for via shipping orders can be made thru BDO deposit or any remittance just send us the receipt of ur payment for confirmation)
*How to Order*
✔ 1.) Minimum of Php3,000 worth of orders to deliver with corresponding delivery charge depending on your location. (Note: If ur order is less than our minimum for delivery, we may also send ur orders via any courier available in ur area or send thru bus & pick up on any bus terminal available in ur location)
✔ 2.) Send us a message of the list of orders with complete name, address & contact number of the receiver (if possible, pls indicate an accurate landmark nearest in ur location that can be seen thru google map) you may also send ur order to 09202145576
✔ 3.) Wait for our confirmation & delivery date to your area.
✔ 4.) Payment will be Cash on Delivery (C.O.D) for our door to door delivery & payment first before shipping policy for thru shipping orders.
M’s Garden of Grafted Fruit Bearing Trees
Brgy. Liwayway Mauban,Quezon
✔ For those who wants to come & visit our nursery garden please advice us 2-3days before the day of ur visit to ensure our availability to assist u, ‘coz we’re personally managing our deliveries we’re close most of the time. thank u.
*Fruit Bearing Trees*
Berba (Lemon drop Mangosteen)
Buco dwarf (Aromatic/hybrid/golden)
Buco macapuno (dwarf/native)
Cacao native variety
Cacao triple rootstock Brazil variety
Dayap / Native lime
Guava (native/seedless/curley leaf)
Grumichama (brazillian cherry)
Ice cream bean (marcot)
Jaboticaba (brazillian grape tree 1ft, 4ft, 8ft)
Lansones (double/triple rootstock)
Lemon (American / Mayer)
Lipute (baligang) grafted
Loquat (golden nuggets/big jim)
Manga 3 in 1(king,queen,guimaras)
Manga (double rooted sweet catimon)
Macopa (Star Ruby-mini/Red/maroon/green)
Mulberry white persian
Papaya(Red /yellow Lady)
Passion fruit (yellow/red/ orange/giant)
Peanut butter plant
Rambutan (R.R/Super red/R5)
Saging (Lakatan davao/Saba/Tordan/Saksik)
Saging (Señorita(dwarf)/thousand finger)
Saging (double mahoi/praying hand)
Surinam cherry (Red /black)
Tamarillo/ Spanish tomato
Ubas (red cardinal/golden muscat/white malaga/ black ribier/ white reisling/ concord/ cabernet sauvignon)
*Forest Trees/Flowering tree*
African Night Crawler (ANC)
Pelletized chicken manure fertilizer
Charred/Carbonized Rice hull
Liquid seaweed fertilizer
👉 seedlings for sale available in our garden 😊
..Lemon😊 👉 seedlings for sale available in our garden😊 M's Garden of Grafted Fruit Bearing Trees Brgy. Liwayway Mauban,Quezon 👉Please check our list…
Lemon trees require lots of light; therefore, they may need to be supplemented with fluorescent grow lights during winter.
Lemon trees can be placed outdoors during warm periods, which is also recommended in order to increase their chances of bearing fruit. When you grow a lemon tree indoors, bees and other insects are unable to pollinate them. Therefore, you should place them outdoors during summer unless you want to hand pollinate.
Growing a lemon tree isn’t that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience.
Lemons can make excellent houseplants and will be comfortable in a container as long it provides adequate drainage and room for growth. Heights of around 3 to 5 feet can be expected for a lemon tree growing indoors. They also prefer well-draining, slightly acidic soil. Keep the soil evenly moist and fertilize as needed.
Lemons are more cold-sensitive than all other citrus trees. Due to this cold sensitivity, lemon trees should be planted near the south side of the home. Lemon trees need protection from frost. Growing them near the house should help with this. Lemon trees also require full sunlight for adequate growth.
The majority find it easier to propagate lemons by rooting large cuttings. While seeds can be used, the seedlings are usually slow to bear.
Many lemon trees are container-grown, purchased straight from the nursery. However, they can be propagated through cuttings, air layering and seed. The variety usually dictates the best method used; yet, different people see different results using different methods. Therefore, it’s best to find the method that works for you.
Lemon trees thrive within a normal temperature range of about 70 F. (21 C.) throughout the day and 55 F. (13 C.) at night. Keep in mind that they will usually go into dormancy when temperatures fall below 55 F. (13 C.)
While lemon trees can tolerate a range of soils, including poor soil, most prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Lemon trees should be set slightly higher than ground. Therefore, dig a hole somewhat shallower than the length of the root ball. Place the tree in the hole and replace soil, tamping firmly as you go. Water sufficiently and add some mulch to help retain moisture. Lemon trees require deep watering once weekly. If necessary, pruning may be done to maintain their shape and height.
Growing a lemon tree is not that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience. This article will help with that.