Are meyer lemon trees self pollinators?

Answer Yes. As with many citrus tree, the Meyer lemon tree is self-pollinating according to The tree is a good container plant because it is a dwarf variety and can be brought indoors... Read More »

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How do I take care of Meyer lemon trees?

Soil and LightPlant the Meyer lemon tree in slightly acidic and sandy soil, which is available in a peat moss mix from the gardening center. Place the tree in a spot where it will get eight to 12 h... Read More »

Parasites on Meyer Lemon Trees?

Frank Meyer, a USDA employee, brought lemon trees from China to the U.S. in 1908. The Meyer lemon is not a "true" lemon. It is believed to be a combination of a mandarin orange and lemon. It has le... Read More »

How tall do Meyer lemon trees get?

A Meyer lemon tree can easily reach 8 feet tall and 10 feet wide when grown in a 10- to 15-gallon container. Containers are recommended so they can be brought indoors during cooler months. Under pr... Read More »

How do I prune Meyer lemon pygmy trees?

Prune your tree in the spring when new growth occurs. Locate the dead or damaged branches on the tree and cut these off at collar, or point where they meet the main branch. Cut off any growing suck... Read More »