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Citrus Meyer Lemon

Citrus 'Meyer' Lemon

Fragrant Winter Blooms and Armloads of Fruit!

Tree Sleeve
Item # 36490
Ships in Fall at the proper planting time for your zone. View Schedule..
Enjoy the sweet taste of Meyer Lemons when you purchase one or more of our container-sized trees. The clusters of up to six deep yellow to orange Meyer lemons will add a pop of color to your porch or window ledge. When your tree isn't producing delicious fruit, you'll enjoy the sweet smell of its winter blooms. The leaves on the Meyer lemon tree are a glossy deep green even in the period between bloom and fruit. A Meyer lemon tree can grown up to eight feet high, but you can control its size by keeping it in a smaller container and by pruning. Make sure to provide ample sunshine for your tree and water it frequently both indoors and outdoors. Your Meyer lemon tree will come to you as a 1-year-old plant, so don't worry about how to take care of delicate seedlings. Please note that we cannot ship Meyer lemon trees to Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, or Texas. This item is best suited for zones 9-10.

Citrus trees will ship at the appropriate planting time based on your growing zone. Citrus trees do not ship in December or January.

Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Lovely indoors
Massachusetts gardening family from MA wrote on January 07, 2016

We purchased two Meyer lemon trees from Park Seed about three years ago. They flowered and developed fruit the first year, although we picked them off to allow the trees to devote energy to growing larger. This year, we had seven large lemons. We live in Northern Massachusetts, so we keep them in our sunroom during the winter months, and scoot them out on our sunny deck during the spring, summer and early fall. (The hummingbirds love the blooms!)