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The biggest mistake people make when growing citrus in pots is not giving it enough light during the winter months. Choose a very bright room, keep away from cold drafts, heat registers, and supplement with a growth light.
Bright to moderate; would not thrive in a corner or north- facing window
Low to bright (prefers south or west facing window, will tolerate a north or east window)
Bright (directly in south or west facing window)
Moderate to Bright (east, south, or west facing window; may tolerate a north window depending on species)
Medium-bright, indirect light. Some can tolerate lower light in the interior of a well-lit room.
Moderate (east facing window or opposite a south or west facing window)
Low to moderate (i.e. north or east facing window, or opposite a south or west facing window)
Low to moderate; can vary by species but most prefer shade (north or east facing window)
Moderate (perfect for an east facing window, or opposite a south or west)
East or West facing window where they get a few hours of direct light daily, and bright indirect light through the remainder of the daylight hours
Moderate to bright (east, south, or west facing windows)
Moderate to bright (east, south, or west facing window)