Growing citrus trees - lemon, kumquat and calamansi

Some are sour, some are tart, some bitter, sweet and aromatic. Thanks to the abundance of citrus trees in our backyard edible garden, there's no need for us to buy them from the grocery stores anymore. With the current food shortage and inflation, it's a good idea to grow your own food especially fruit bearing trees if you have a space for them. You can even grow them in pots as long as they get enough sunlight. Trees are great investment. You only buy them once, and then they will give you tons of fruits for a very long time. On this video, I harvested lemons and calamansi.

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