Meyer Lemon Tree - Fruiting Size - 8" Pot -No Ship to TX, FL, AZ, CA, LA, HI
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- Sweetest of all lemons. Perfect for patios or indoors. Loves the sun.
- Can remain outside with temperatures above 40 degrees F.
- Easy to grow
- Size shipped: 8" Pot
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|USDA Hardiness Zone||7, 8, 9, 10, 11||8, 9, 10, 11, 7||9||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9||7, 8, 9, 10, 11||7, 8, 9, 10, 11|
We cannot ship citrus to; American Samoa, Arizona, California, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Louisiana, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Texas, Virgin Islands as per USDA Regulations. Meyer Lemons are especially desired for their pleasant aroma and small shrub-like size which makes them well suited for gardens. The tree is moderately vigorous and cold hardy. The fruit is medium sized, short and has an elliptical shape. The rind is smooth, yellow and thin. The flesh is juicy, slightly orange, somewhat acidic and moderately seedy. Suitable for zones 9-10. Immediate shipping: Growing in 8" pot, about 18" tall. Fruiting size. We cannot ship citrus to; American Samoa, Arizona, California, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Louisiana, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, Texas, Virgin Islands as per USDA. Regulations.
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UPDATED June 21, 2012: The lemon tree is still doing great. The two golf ball sized lemon survived--the tiny ones did die and drop off. However, the tree has been blossoming so much. Even if it doesn't produce a lot of lemons, it's a great indoor plant. The blossoms smell incredible and it is beautiful. I'm hoping to repot it soon so it can continue to grow. I hope Hirt adds other citrus trees to their collection, I would definitely purchase from them again!
It has grown a lot, flowered and has a little lemon already, soon it will have to go indoors because I live in Michigan.
I had to change pot before bringing it indoors.It seems to be very happy and has flowered a lot more than expected, second picture shows has well it is doing now.
Update, 11/10/16, still doing very good, have several really nice ripe lemons!
It arrived packaged with a key lime tree I bought from the same seller. I was a little worried that the shipping would be too rough but they were packaged well and arrived with nothing more than a couple damaged leaves. Left the tree out all summer and within about a month(July 2017) it had blossoms forming which was very exciting. Continued watering when the soil was dry and adding fertilizer when recommended by the manufacturer.
As I live in Chicago we knew the tree would have to come in for the winter, luckily we have a large south facing window where I hoped they would get enough light to continue keeping the fruit gorwing, by this time we had around 15 lemons that we're about the size of table tennis balls.
Around December the tree put out another set of blooms and I manually pollinated them with a few successes. I didn't want to get too many fruits going as I wanted to keep the larger ones growing. As of right now it is still doing very well with new foliage continuing to sprout. I would estimate it gets around 6-7 hours of direct sunlight a day and the room it sits in is pretty warm, around 80°f during clear skies. The lemons are now about the size of a racquet ball and fortunately we haven't lost a single fruit.
Apologies for the long review but I was somewhat skeptical when purchasing online and wanted to assure any future buyers that the plants are strong and will be great providers as long as you follow the growing guidelines. I would happily purchase more trees if I had the room to grow them, I strongly recommend.
Feeling like proud mama!
The plant arrived well packed, healthy, and a decent size. I re-potted it right away into a larger vessel with good drainage using Miracle Grow soil for citrus plants. I've watered once a week, and it's always dry by then.
I've had it for 2 months, now. Even though the weather outside is warm enough for it, I've kept it inside. Last month I had to treat it and a mini rose next to it for bugs (the little web-making ones). I'm not sure which plant was to blame for bringing the bugs in, so I didn't assume it was this lemon. I used insecticide soap - two applications - and every infected leaf dried up and fell off. They looked pathetic! But soon afterward new leaves grew to replace them.
Today I took this photo of the tiny lemons that have just begun to grow on it. I'm amazed to have lemons so soon (and so soon after the bug problem)! I don't often rate anything 5 stars, but I'm quite happy with this plant.