Fruit trees in pots?

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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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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?

Thanks!
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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