Like all citrus trees the Meyers Lemon is an attractive evergreen with wonderful scented flowers in spring and early summer. It used to be considered a variety of the ordinary lemon, C. limon, but is now classified on its own largely because it is hardier, surviving a few degrees of frost, the fruit being rounder than most lemons, thin skinned and very juicy.
More of a shrub than a tree, it does very well in a pot of lime free compost, sits out side in the warmer months but mine come into a greenhouse in the winter which is when the fruit ripens. Could be tried outside in a sheltered sunny spot but would have to be very sheltered and free draining.
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