Eureka Lemon Tree

How Much Water Does a Lemon Tree Need?

Lemon trees are fun and easy trees to grow. Not only do they bear edible fruits with numerous uses, but they can also be planted as ornamental trees to beautify the landscape, provide shade during hot weather, and act as a natural air freshener to your entire garden. Maintaining the good health and wonderful shape… Read more »

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What soil is best for a Lemon Tree?

The Lemon tree can adapt to almost any type of soil excluding those of heavy clay. The ideal soil for this tree is a rich and well-drained sandy loam. Drained loam or Sandy Loam is the soil typically used for gardening because it produces more nutrients and moisture that can help the tree to grow… Read more »

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What does a lemon tree look like?

Lemon Lime trees are popular citrus trees grown worldwide for commercial use and personal gardening. They are grown mostly for their juicy, tart (sometimes lightly sweet) fruit that can be used for making alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, baking cakes and pastries, making candies, concocting vinaigrettes, making marinades, and even cleaning the house. With the many… Read more »

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How to prune a lemon-lime cocktail tree?

Citrus fruits are a good-tasting nutritious food that we should have at home especially now that a cold virus is infecting many people all over the world. Citrus fruits contain vitamins and minerals with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immune system boosting properties that can help our body fight off diseases. Lemon and Lime When we hear… Read more »

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Caring tips for Meyer lemon trees

The origin of most citrus trees grown in the United States is the temperate or tropical parts of the globe like Asia. The same is true for the dwarf Meyer Lemon tree. It is indigenous to China and was first introduced to the United States in 1908. It is a cross between an orange and… Read more »

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How to Grow a Meyer Lemon Tree in a Pot

Lemons are typically thick-skinned, tart, acidic and small, but not the lemons from the Improved Meyer lemon tree. Meyer lemon trees produce thin, deep-yellow to orange skinned fruits that are somewhat sweet with a moderately acidic taste minus the tang of regular lemons and with a discernable orange flavor. Origin Meyer lemon trees are originally… Read more »