Via Citrus Meyer Lemon Tree
Pot of gold.
How much fruit your plant has—and how big it is—will depend on the time of year that you get it. Size can range from 15 to 22 inches tall and 6 to 8 inches wide.
Once your tree has arrived safe and sound, set it in a bright spot indoors—it’ll need several hours of direct sunlight daily. Water it as needed to keep the soil moist but not wet. (The top inch of soil should dry out between waterings.) Planning to repot? Use a planter of the same size or larger, with one part potting soil, one part organic compost, and one part perlite or vermiculite. Depending on the time of year, trees will bear various sizes and colors of fruit at time of delivery. If you have flowers, you’ll soon have fruit! Once the flowers have fallen and you see the fruit buds, it will take on average 6 months to have ripened mature fruit.
Details & Materials +-
Grown organically from plant cuttings.
Depending on season, your tree may range from 15-22" H x 6-8" W.
Shipped in a standard black one gallon growing pot.
Care & Notes +-
- If you are planning to repot your tree, make sure to use a container the same size or larger. Use one part potting soil, organic compost, and perlite or vermiculite.
- Water the tree as needed to keep the soil moist but not wet. Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering.
- For best results, provide direct sunlight for several hours daily. Can live outdoors in the summer, but move inside in the fall.
- Citrus bloom year-round and will often flower especially in the Fall and Spring. It is natural for all the flowers to eventually fall off the tree, so don’t be concerned when they are gone!
- If you have flowers, you’ll soon have fruit! Once the flowers have fallen and you see the fruit buds, it will take on average 6 months to have ripened mature fruit.
- Additional care instructions are included with your tree.
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