Dwarf Citris Trees are really easy to grow in your yard.
They are not big, but they are big and easy to get started with.
You can easily make a dwarf citrus tree in minutes.
Cut the stems into a length of roughly 2 to 3 inches.
Cut off the tops and branches of the dwarf citrus and cut them into smaller pieces.
Place the cut stems on a piece of plastic and place it in a large pot with a cover.
Bring water to a boil in a pot with lid and then cover the pot with plastic.
Bring the pot to a low boil for about 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, add the chopped up stems and cover it with plastic again.
Cook for an hour.
Once the boil is over, add a little more water to the pot and cover.
Cook the tree for another hour, stirring often, to prevent scorching.
Once done, you should have a dwarf citrus tree.
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