Transplant Lime Tree in Wine Barrel Planter

Published On August 17, 2017 | By Ella | Boxes Planter

Trees lime grows during all the year in tropical climates outdoors and indoors and can cultivate plants inside containers. Its dark green leaves and the overall appearance make it ideal for home or landscape. When it’s time to transplant the lime tree, put it in a wine barrel planter recycled chic to frame and refine its appeal comes. Wine barrel, cut in half to serve as planters are available in specialized retail stores planters and some home improvement.

Good Wine Barrel Planter

Good Wine Barrel Planter

Place a layer of 5.08 to 7.62 cm larger at the bottom of a barrel of wine gravel. This ensures that the soil remains well drained and not rot the roots of the lime tree. A wine barrel planter should be at least 45.72 cm deep to allow the lime tree grow properly. Place the planter where you decide to grow the tree so you do not need to move it once you add the land.

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Cape a mixture of 1-1 sand and earth to fertilized pots on gravel; use 12.70 to 15.24 cm to support the roots of the lime tree. Tilt the current recipient of the lime tree and Rodale aside, using his trunk to free the root ball and soil. It supports both the roots to prevent rupture as possible and lift the wine barrel planter in the center.

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