Fruit trees in pots?

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    aramirez626

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    Hi, I do not have enough ground to plant fruit trees. I want to plant Pomegranite and lime trees. Can I plant these in large pots, or do they need to be in ground in order to grow fruit? If pots are possible, how large should they be?

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    aramirez626, Jul 10, 2018
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    Chuck

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    For long term 1/2 whisky barrel. A dwarf pomegranite is still a large plant. I would start out with smaller pots until they need more room and work my way up to a 1/2 whisky barrel. They will produce fine in a pot if properly fed and watered.
     
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    You have to keep the trees small with pruning.
     
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