This Lemon-Lime Citrus Cocktail Tree is the result of planting both of these in the same pot. The result is two fruit trees in the space of one.
Many gardeners and home fruit growers would love to grow more than one type of citrus. However, the reality of limited space can often make growing multiple citrus trees impossible. Now our Meyer Lemon / Persian Lime Cocktail Tree solves the problem by letting you grow two different citrus fruits in the same pot.
This Lemon-Lime Citrus Cocktail Tree is the result of planting both of these in the same pot. The result is two fruit trees in the space of one. Having these two varieties of citrus lets you grow one pot on your patio and harvest both Meyer Lemons and Persian Limes to use in recipes, beverages, sauces, and marinades. The Lemon-Lime Cocktail Tree is cold hardy, pest and disease resistant, and easy to grow.
You can expect a newly planted Cocktail Tree to bloom and start producing fruit in about one year once planted in the ground. This variety is grafted to dwarf rootstock so it will rarely grow above 5 feet tall in a pot and a little larger in ground. The Lemon Lime Cocktail Tree can be pruned to a desired size and shape, grown indoors in a container, or in the ground outdoors in USDA Zones 9 to 11.