Free Meyer Lemon Tree

$25

Description

Free Meyer Lemon Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Free Meyer Lemon Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.

The Meyer Lemon Tree: it’s like having your own little supermarket, right at home. Do you love lemons but find that store-bought lemons too tart? Try the new and improved Meyer Lemon from this must-have tree. It’s a hybrid lemon tree that produces sweet citrus with the most amazing flavor.

These lemons are not grown commercially, so you must have your own lemon tree to experience the richly-sweet, palate-popping tastes of the Meyer Lemon. The delicious fruit from the Meyer Lemon Tree is naturally sweeter than most other varieties.

If you’ve been to your local state fair, you’ve probably tasted freshly-squeezed, ice-cold lemonade. And the saccharine tang of the Meyer Lemon is akin to this delicious state fair drink – just with the added perk of home-grown, all-your-own vibes.

Your Meyer Lemon Tree produces fruit that is actually a cross between a lemon and a Mandarin orange. Because these lemons have the typical, more savory lemon flavor with a naturally sweet twist, they are a favorite of chefs and bakers all over the world. Just think of the drinks and treats you’ll be able to whip up with the fruit from your tree!

Even better? The Meyer Lemon Tree thrives in any part of the country. This improved variety is naturally pest and disease-resistant. If you live in a cold climate, simply plant your lemon tree in a large pot and move it indoors during the winter. It’ll quickly become your favorite houseplant, as it adapts beautifully and moonlights as a utilitarian yet ultra-luxe focal point. The bright yellow fruit and sweet, aromatic fragrance are coolly complementary and attract attention.

This tree is very heavy-bearing and will provide you with a larger number of lemons every year. And it’s self-pollinating, so it produces fruit indoors or outdoors. Your new Meyer Lemon Tree also fruits abundantly in winter.