Dwarf Lemon - MeyerCitrus limon
Specifications of Dwarf Lemon - Meyer
Preferred Climate Subtropical, Warm TemperateLearn About Climate Zones
Grown From GraftedLearn About Propagation Methods
Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 1-2m
Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination
Can it Handle Frosts? Sometimes
Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)
Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas SA
Suitability in Pots Yes
Water Requirements Moderate Watering
Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? Dwarf (1/2 Normal Size)
Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 2-3 Years
Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)
Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage
Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)
Fruiting/Harvest Months May, June, July, August, September, October
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Customer Tips & Reviews Dwarf Lemon - Meyer
SUNBURY, VIC, Australia
Has delicious fruit - was here when we moved in. I've tried an experiment wtih the size of the tree and sectioned it off into quarters. I pruned one quarter almost skeletonised, one pruned heavily, one lightly and one not at all. It's worked really wel...
BROWN HILL, VIC, Australia
Everyone has to have a lemon tree in their garden surely :) this is the dwarf lemonicious, it's been a trial and error as i'm new to gardening so some leaves have been curling inwards which may mean i need to adjust the nutrients in the soil?
RIVERTON, WA, Australia
This tree is a Lotsa Lemons and produces plentiful fruit. It%u2019s a tough low maintenance plant that I keep in a 50L pot.
HERVEY BAY, QLD, Australia
Actually no idea what kind of lemon. My stepdad keeps cutting it and the persimim back, he wants them gone but they're so hardy you can cut them down to the ground and they'll just pop back up. No idea when it was planted, it, the mango, the persimim, ...
RUNCORN, QLD, Australia
Mine is the 'Lots of Lemons', which I believe is a Meyer variety. Not grafted.This, with my Tahitan Lime, were Christmas gifts 2014. These poor citrus. Goodness me, they have been through a lot.For some reason that escapes me, I repotted the Lime, and ...
THAGOONA, QLD, Australia
Going great guns! Purchased about April 2015. I water almost daily depending on weather and fertlise about every 6 to 8 weeks. When fruiting is over I will be repotting into a 75 litre planter bag as I have with all other citrus and blueberries. Seem...
GOLDEN GROVE, SA, Australia
I love the pleasant open shape of my Myer Lemon. My research revealed to me recently that the Lemonicious has only a very short fruiting time whereas the Meyer fruits faithfully for most the year and the Eureka throughout the year....an ideal choice if...
We have had Myer lemons for many years and have found them to be a much valued addition to the garden and kitchen, easy to take care of and incredibly productive. Their only issue is their susceptibility to fruit fly which can be beaten by bagging the ...
Carina Heights, Qld
Fruits well. Good fruit quality.
North Lakes, QLD
No fruit for first two years, making up for it this year with 12 lemons on it currently and more flowers coming on.
EARLVILLE, QLD, Australia
short stocky and lots of lemons. Easy to keep happy if you feed it enough.
, CO, 80421
Always doing something
Like lemons...Had negleted this one in a pot - therefore failure to thrive. Have just recently transplanted to ground and new shoots are appearing... will update later.
Casterton, Vic, Aus
Although this was bought as a dwarf meyer (not from Daleys), I think it is too sour to be a Meyer. It is on its own roots and is only 1m tall but bears heavily. It is a great fruit tree.
ST LUCIA, QLD, Australia
I love the tree so far and we haven't even got any fruit from it yet! It does give us beautiful flowers that scent our patio, and there are some lemons growing on it now that should be ripe in a few months.
Rangeville, QLD, Australia
A bit slower growing than some of my other citrus but putting on a nice small crop this year.
Kalgoorlie, WA, Australia
Lot's A Lemons - Present for my eldest daughter...anything to get her into the garden.