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Compact citrus tree, 6-10 ft tall, perfect for small gardens or containers. Grows in USDA zones 9-11, requires sun and well-draining soil. Yields sweet, tangy lemons for cooking, baking, cocktails, or enjoyed fresh from late fall to spring.
Dwarf Meyer lemon is a compact citrus tree, perfect for small gardens or container growing. This cultivar produces sweet and tangy Meyer lemons, which are less acidic than common lemons and have a thin, fragrant skin.
Dwarf Meyer lemon trees typically grow up to 6-10 feet (1.8-3 meters) tall and can be pruned to maintain their size. They are suitable for USDA hardiness zones 9-11 and require full sun exposure, well-draining soil, and regular watering.
The fruit can be harvested from late fall to early spring, and the tree often blooms and bears fruit simultaneously. Meyer lemons are versatile, used in cooking, baking, and cocktails, or simply enjoyed fresh.
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