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Why You Should
Plant Citrus
Trees In A Wheelbarrow
In as little as 30 minutes, temperatures below 32°F can do serious damage to your citrus tree. This can be avoided by planting them in a wheelbarrow and bringing the trees indoors.
Hauling a bunch of pots indoors isn't always easy, which is where wheelbarrows come in. Simply wheel the plants indoors, and when
it's warmer, wheel them
right back out.
Just grab a wheelbarrow, drill a few holes into the bottom, top with soil and fertilizer, plant the tree, and water. Your newly planted citrus tree can now easily be moved around.