Lemon - EurekaCitrus limon
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Specifications of Lemon - Eureka
Preferred Climate Subtropical, Warm TemperateLearn About Climate Zones
Grown From GraftedLearn About Propagation Methods
Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 2-5m
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
Fruiting/Harvest Months March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
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Customer Tips & Reviews Lemon - Eureka
TAMWORTH, NSW, Australia
I love warm lemon juice first thing in the morning for health reasons.
WOLLONGONG WEST, NSW, Australia
Only been in ground for three months, has put on some new growth, pleased with how its progressing
HAMPTON PARK, VIC, Australia
This poor tree has had a rough life .... inherited from my mum who passed away 5 years ago. Lived all it's life in a small pot. Just got into the gropund early this year and produced fruit fro the first time .... :-)Regulary feed it with worm juice fro...
This lemon has been bought to replace my Myer should it turn its toes upDec 2016. Well, this little tree has certainly shown up the Meyer lemon thisyear. Its first year in a pot, and it has several nice lemons coming on. It diddo this job of the Myer w...
BEAUMONT, NSW, Australia
Bought from eBay seller. Only recently planting. Established but not growing in the cold months.
KENSINGTON GARDENS, SA
Real lemon with good flavour, keep a close watch for leaf borers. Grown and fruited very quickly
STREAKY BAY, SA, Australia
We have fruit from it. Good juice. We have shade cloth guards around all our trees due to the wind. This little lemon grows to the height of the shade guard and then stops. Poor thing - every time it pokes a little branch up into the wind it gets...
YELLOW ROCK, NSW, Australia
Didn't survive oct13 firesIt took forever to grow - then all of a sudden it took off - may have had something to do with my hose starting to leak. Fruit is massive & lovely taste - makes the best lemon cordial.
Kensington, NSW, Australia
Has fruit and it's in a awful position, overgrown with ivy from the neighbour and shaded
EARLVILLE, QLD, Australia
This plant was given to me last year, It was a stick. Now with 5 leaves on it, It may have a chance of survival
Bayswater, WA, Australia
This tree was purchased from a hardware store closing down sale for a bargain price. It has held on through suspected neglect at the hardware store, confirmed neglect on my roasting west-facing courtyard, several moves, and spending the last six months...
Was here when we moved in and is happy doing it's thing.
I like the idea of having lemons available all year round
TALLY VALLEY, QLD
got to about 2 mtrs then died suddenly. most likely lack of care.
EDEN, NSW, Australia
I have high hopes for this tree, Shannon and i planted it in the front yard so passers by can pick the fruit. This tree is from Daleys and is on sour orange rootstock, which hopefully will increase its ability to handle the salinity in grey water and t...
This lemon is very hardy, and finally producing some decent fruit. Grows well in a large tub.
Rowville, vic, australia
Always has fruit and is really low maintenance
kogarah bay, nsw, australia
i love the lemons - great for salads and cooking and looks good too.
Bardon, Qld, Australia
Don Burkes said that every garden needs a lemon (or was it manderine?). I heard this was similar to the 'Lotsa Lemon' and that is a productive little bush. It looks very healthy and has lots of blossums right now.
Morisset, NSW, Aust
Has had many fruit.
TERRANORA, NSW, Australia
Slow to start with only a few fruit, Is flowering like mad now in spring. Should be a good crop for a 1.5m tree.Did a lot of pruning , heaps of new growth. Flowering on last years wood though. Ive learnt a bit with this tree
Rathmines, NSW, Australia
Great tree, good producer.Probably got about 40 lemons last season, new growth and flowers coming through now.Similar output to last year, has grown slightly. Much more receptive to pests than my lime.
INDOOROOPILLY, QLD, Australia
Espaliered into a fan on 2m high trellis. Planted March 2009. Significant new growth.
Eden Hill, WA, Australia
trimmed to be relatively compact - lovely lemons and lots of them!
Santo Domingo, National District, DO
Recently purchased grafted. way to big for the small poly bag its in, will be getting transplanted into 8 gallon pots in a couple days. Lemons are actually very rare here, most people only know about limes here, which they call "Limones" thinking t...
Kambah, ACT, Australia
I got my Eurika tree as people told me it would not grow in cold climates. Guess what? It grew beautifully. It is now my biggest citrus tree and I prune it severely.I love the fruit. They remind me of the lemons in Europe.
St Kilda, VIC, Australia
Placing a wormfarm underneath the lemon has resulted in an abundance of Lemons.Requires no watering.
Albany, WA, Australia
Fantastic tree, constantly producing fruit. The fruit does have a very thick skin, but inside the juice content is high. Foliar feed regularly with seaweed and fish emulsion.
BLACKTOWN, NSW, Australia
Has produced lots of good sized seedless thin skinned juicy fruit for past two years. Purchased from Daleys.August 2009: Pruned the tree.September 2009: More growth and more fruit recorded. Applied sulphate of potash and watered in.October 2009...
Eaton, WA, Australia
The same as my orange tree- this took quite a while to get established but really took off once the vegetable garden was extended and it effectively "moved" from being in the lawn to being in the vege garden. Not suprising really- citrus have very shal...
Bellbird Park, QLD, Australia
Now has 5 fuit 2 are more advanced than the 3 newer ones and apart from some leaf curl it is doing well.
Merrylands, NSW, Australia
Grew this lemon tree from a seedling over 10 years ago. Fruits at least twice a year with heavy crops.
Queens Park, WA, Australia
Flowering well - producing some small fruit.Hoping to have a bumper crop in a few weeks/months.
First year in...needs flowers removed. Easy to grow.Powering along Aug 2010: flowering, fruiting - doing what it does.It has a more intense lemon flavour than the Meyer and better for that lemon "tang" in cooking.
Lemon - Eureka
I wouldn't recommend Eureka for a suburban back yard as grows very large and fruits prolifically. A Lemonade variety is a better choice for a sweet fruit which your kids will enjoy. The problem is digging the old rootstock out to replant a new fruit tree!
Lemon - Eureka
I have few gum trees. Nothing I can grow under neath. I have planted a lemon and lime tree and they are doing well. When the flower comes put potash on the plant once a month for three months, and put Thrive on the leaves every two weeks for two months.