Any type of organic soil
A suitable container or pot
An environment with plenty of sunshine
Put the soil in the pot and add some water to moisten it.
Cut the lemon and choose the seed with the best shape. Do not dry it out, moisture can still help. Make a small hole in the soil and put the seed in.
Cover with soil and more water.
Cover the pot with plastic wrap to trap the moisture, and then place it in a sunny spot.
Be careful not to overwater, which can lead to seed rot. Keep an eye on the pot, and as soon as the lemon tree starts to grow, remove the plastic. This should usually happen within one to two weeks.
Place the pot in full sun. Remember that your lemon tree needs eight hours of light daily and the soil around it should be constantly moist.
There you go, you can grow your own lemons at home!”