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And growing in containers often requires keeping close attention to providing nutrients and moisture, particularly in the heat of summer. However, Dabbs says that people, particularly Northerners who move here, like the idea of growing citrus in backyards and that when conditions are good, the trees produce a lot of fruit.

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They like the idea of bringing Florida to their backyard without having to go to the Sunshine State. But they got started with citrus after visiting Key West and getting the key lime pie bug. Soon enough, though, they started getting plants at local swaps and even started growing trees from seed.

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Today, they have about 15 fruit-bearing trees in containers, including tangerines, blood oranges, limes and key limes, as well as a grapefruit tree that has about fruits on it this year.

If it gets too cold for too long, Mike will move them into a small, makeshift greenhouse on the side of the house. Like the others, Allison Williams in Mount Pleasant gained knowledge about growing citrus and other fruiting trees and bushes by going to Lowcountry Fruit Ro meetings. Currently she has a clementine, a flame Want to pick Charleston fruit, Mandarine orange, yuzu orange, and lemon and lime trees.

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farms, CSAs, farm stands, and pick-your-own produce near Charleston, SC. You-Pick crops in the spring beginning with strawberries and asparagus in mid. Scotland's pick your own farms and PYO orchards for fruit, vegetables, know of any I missed and want to add them or correct the information, please let me know! Charleton Farm - PYO: Strawberries, Red Raspberries, Yellow Raspberries. Who doesn't love fresh berries in the summer, especially.

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