Lemon Meyer is perhaps New Zealand's most popular lemon! Treat your senses to the sight and smell of these nearly ever-flowering and the juice has a distinct floral fragrance but low acidity. Its delicate white flowers and the thin smooth bright yellow 6-9cm long fruit are purple-tinted, surrounded by luscious green leaves, send out a fresh aromatic invitation to enjoy the moment. Its fruit, a cross between a lemon and an orange is sweet and slightly tart. The fruit can be enjoyed year round and used in its entirety including the peel and pulp.
Habit - Much more, cold hardy than true lemons, are densely foliaged compact habit, moderately vigorous, and small to medium tree, spreading and nearly thornless.
Size - 3 x 2 metres
Pollination - Self-fertile
Harvest - A tree usually begins fruiting in four years. Most fruit is produced from April to December, but fruit can be produced in any season.
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