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I think you'll find what your looking for here. https://www.selfsufficientme.com/fruit-vegetables/what-s-wrong-with-my-lemon-tree-the-fruit-tastes-awful


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Strawberries are often grown in containers - in some respects it's easier because the fruits dangle, and in a pot, that usually means over the edge rather than sitting on soil in the open ground. If you are growing indoors, you will probably need to pollinate the flowers yourself so you get fruit - outdoors they are pollinated by wind or insects. If you ...


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I think they will produce strawberries. Just keep them in shadow, and give them a lot of water. Your apartment will not be (hopefully) too hot. In any case the strawberries can survive on hot climate, just they tend to produce fruits on spring, just because they have some more light (they are a forest plant). My worry is about the lack of flowers. Usually ...


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The appearance of the leaves which show intermittent patches of light and dark greens hints at a nutrient issue. Mixing the prepared soil with a significant proportion of sand, while improving drainage, does dilute the nutrient that the rest of the soil offers. Juvenile plants are adequately nourished by the large fatty seeds, but once that has been ...


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From your images, I have some difficulty to see good the plant, but: it seems you never pruned it, and I do not see if it is grafted or not. prune all branches lower then 1 meter. prune all suckers that growth from roots and soil you have 4 main branches )or more) going up, from the trunk. You need only one. Start cutting two (e.g. the two broken branches), ...


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