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Hello! How are you doing, gardeners? A few days ago I planted a citrus seeds. I put it in a net and covered with a plastic bag. I read that it is needed for such plant. It is my first citrus plant, so I need your tips. I want it to flourish good :) Have you ever grow citrus tree? When it started to sprout? I am waiting forward your answers and tips!
 
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Citrus seeds need to be planted fresh from the fruit and not allowed to dry out. They'll germinate in about 1-2 months.
 
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