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Lubera stops plant deliveries to the UK
Due to Brexit, we are not able to deliver to the UK. We are working on a solution on how we can continue to bring a wide range of Lubera plants to the UK and directly to our customers' homes in the future. However, such a solution will not be available before 2022 or 2023.
  Citrus Plants: the Right Care for Rich-Bearing Crops

Citrus plants are not hardy and therefore must be protected from frost during the winter months. So it depends on the winter and the summer location whether the citrus grows, blossoms and fruits. An unsuccessful overwintering regularly affects the growth in the spring and summer. Then the disappointment is great when the harvest is poor or fails completely.

 
Three Lemons For the Sick Person

Today I feel ill: I have a sore throat, headache, a slight fever, I am tired from the ibuprofen and exhausted from the antibiotics. I have zero concentration and inspiration…The Lubera garden newsletter, however, must get out punctually. What should I do? I’ll go to the supermarket to buy lemons...

 
From flowering to harvesting –  here’s how to harvest oranges and lemons yourself

Citrus fruits are among the most popular fruit and ornamental plants worldwide. It’s no wonder, due to the fact that they not only look good but also produce delicious and healthy fruits. And the good thing is this: you can harvest your own citrus plants in your own garden. In this article, I would like tell you how to it with citrus fruit from Lubera.

 

Why Citrus?

Why Citrus?

If you ask me as a business man, I'm not quite sure. With the citrus plants we offer online, we are entering an unsafe and unknown terrain. We look forward to this, especially since we have been preparing for these citrus plants for one year, but we also have respect. But if you ask me as a breeder and fruit lover, the answer is clear: we now also offer citrus fruits because they close an excruciating gap in the Lubera range, because citrus plants belong to lustful gardening together with fruits and berries – also here in Central Europe.

 

The Coconut Berry and the Biscuit Berry

The Coconut Berry and the Biscuit Berry

The Physalis we know is usually Physalis peruviana with its cherry-sized, yellow to orange fruit. We tested several varieties this year at Lubera and the varieties Peters Beste and (Big) Little Buddha have convinced us again and again.