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Improved Meyer Lemon Tree

Meyer Lemon Tree

Beautiful and Self-Pollinating

The Meyer Lemon Tree is a hybrid between a Lemon Tree and a Mandarin Orange Tree. The result is an easy to grow citrus tree that produces prolific harvests of large, juicy lemons that are somewhat sweeter than true lemons. Meyer Lemon Trees are suited for in-ground planting in USDA Zones 9 to 11 where they like full sun and deep watering two to three times per week.

Meyer Lemon Trees grow to heights of six to ten feet, and spread up to eight feet wide. The trees do best in sandy loam soil that drains well and has ample organic matter for tree nutrition. Grafted Meyer Lemon Trees in good locations with proper water and fertilizer can begin to produce lemons in as little as two years. Their heaviest harvest is in winter, and each tree has a lifespan of up to fifty years.

Meyer Lemon Trees are beautiful citrus trees with dark green glossy leaves, fragrant white and purple blooms, and a naturally balanced shape. The trees are self-pollinating and since 1975 the Meyer Lemon Trees available are “Improved Meyer Lemon Trees,” which are more resistant to diseases and pests than the original cultivar.

Improved Meyer Lemon Tree

#9151
6 lbs.
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$54.95

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