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Meyer Lemon (Citrus limon)

Meyer Lemon (Citrus limon)

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C2004-2

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2.5" Pot Size
149 in stock
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Cannot be shipped to TX, FL, AZ, CA

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Meyer Lemon (Citrus limon)
An heirloom dwarf lemon with delicious golden-yellow fruit, Meyer Lemon makes a fine potted plant and it’s the hardiest lemon for cool temperatures. The fruit is more flavorful than store-bought lemons and is prized by chefs. It bears heavily at a young age, flowering and fruiting year-round. Brought into the U.S. at the turn of the century from China, it is thought to be a hybrid between a lemon and an orange.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Fragrant


Container Grown Citrus

Keep the root systems healthy and active. A period of dryness helps stimulate flowers and fruiting. Mimic Florida’s climate- wet summers and dry fall/winters.


Most important for potted citrus:

• Full sun and high light. The more the better.
• For faster growth and an active root system,
   grow them warm.

• Do not over pot.
• Grow in clay pots for optimum root health.
• Fertilize spring through fall. 
• High light aids in flowering and fruiting.
• Fertilize in growing season 1-2 times a month.
• Water when the soil is visually dry or at first signs of wilt.



  1. Overall Resilient Review by Greg
    How do you rate this product?

    Bought this plant in Spring 2015, it was doing well; but growing somewhat slow at first. During the winter it lost all it leaves. I thought this was due to a root rot, but recently I closely inspected the plant and found spider mites. I have been spraying the plant with cold water and since then there are many new leaf shoots throughout the plant. (Posted on 4/10/2016)

  2. meyer lemon 2/1/2 inch plant Review by peggy
    How do you rate this product?

    my plant was ordered in the spring of 2015 have taken in for the winter have some small buds on my plant very well pleased with my plant

    looking to order again from you (Posted on 10/6/2015)