Lemon Meyer

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Citrus limon Meyer

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  • Popular lemon citrus variety
  • Smaller shrub variety of lemon tree
  • Ideal for planter pots & small gardens
  • High juice volume, popular for baking & cooking
  • Vibrant bushy evergreen foliage
  • Low maintenance, great longevity
  • Suitable for planter pots


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Bring a touch of the Mediterranean to your garden with Lemon Meyer. One of the smaller varieties of lemon, making them ideal for both ground planting and feature pots. Meyer fruit has a rounded shape, with a slightly orange tone, with a slightly thinner outer skin. Lemon Meyer is know to produce incredibly juicy lemons, making them a firm favorite among cooks and bakers. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a first-time planter, these hardy trees are easy to care for and will provide you with an abundant harvest for years to come.

Please note availability of citrus changes frequently and depends on the season, to add your name to the waitlist for next seasons crop, please speak to our friendly staff. 


Product Specification

  • Common Name: Citrus Lemon Meyer
  • Mature Height: 2-4 meters
  • Mature Width: 1-2 meters
  • Foliage: Dark Green glossy leaves
  • Form/Habit: Upright, compact, shrub
  • Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen
  • Uses: Feature / Specimen tree, espalier training, fruit production, planter pots
  • Water Requirements: For best result, keep lemons well watered during warmer months
  • Maintenance: Low – medium. Citrus fertalizer and disease prevention is a recommended
  • Planter suitability: Yes, allow adequate room for growth and maintain water level
  • Sun: Full Sun for best result


Commonly Asked Questions

How do I get my Meyer Lemons to produce delicious fruit?

The location of citrus is especially important, as they will prefer a full sun location for optimal health. Look into disease prevention and use a quality fertalizer that has been especially designed for citrus. Good draining is also a must, along with a layer of mulch will also help keep the moisture in the soil. A well hydrated plant will produce juicy fruit.


When do Lemons produce fruit?

It can take a couple of years for lemons to produce fruit, be patient and look after the health of your plant and you will be rewarded. Meyer Lemons often have a main fruiting season in the autumn and winter months. The majority of the fruit is usually ready for harvest during this period.


Are Citrus suitable for planter pots?

They sure are, citrus thrive in pots, making them ideal for small gardens, courtyards and rental properties. Make sure your plant stays well hydrated as potted plants dry out more quickly than they would in the ground. Rotate the pot ever few months to encourage even growth all over the plant.


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