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Consider the Climatic Conditions How healthy your citrus plants will turn out can depend on the climate of your area and where you plant the plants. Generally, citrus plants grow well in warm, temperate areas. If you live in an area characterized by frost weather conditions, there are also some specific citrus species that can thrive in such areas. Examples of citrus plants you can grow in frost climatic conditions include kaffir limes, Japanese bitter lemons, grapefruit and yuzu. The best location to grow citrus plants is one that gets plenty of sunshine and is not windy. To be sure whether a particular location will be ideal for growing a citrus plant, leave the plant at the location for about a week. After a week, check the condition of the plant to see whether it thrived or deteriorated.