Growing naturally to a compact size, Meyer lemon trees (Citrus × meyeri) don't need regular pruning. These decorative evergreen trees grow 6 to 10 feet tall and 4 to 8 feet wide, and they can be grown in containers. Late frosts sometimes damage Meyer lemons, though the trees are hardy in U.S. May 26, Meyer lemon tree care: Growing a Meyer lemon tree in a pot. Growing a Meyer lemon tree in our garden is something I wanted to do last year, but by the time I got around to looking for one, I couldn’t find one for a reasonable price.
So this year I picked one up early in early April as soon as I saw it at our local stumplop.buzzted Reading Time: 9 mins.
Jul 09, Wait until the tree is feet tall before pruning. Meyers will usually set and ripen the most fruit in winter.
So wait until most of the lemons have ripened before you prune your Meyer Lemon Tree. Then when you are ready to prune your tree, pick all (or most) the remaining ripe fruit off. Nov 16, Pruning Meyer Lemon Tree Overgrown Branches. Cut back branches that seem too long, overly vigorous or leggy, working your way around the Meyer lemon tree's canopy to give it a uniform, rounded.
Dec 14, How to Prune a Potted Lemon Tree. Dwarf lemon trees (Citrus limon) make the best choice for growing in containers because their height is. Feb 08, The prolific Dwarf Meyer Lemon Tree is a small specimen that thrives in much of the United States. Warmer regions, consisting of the USDA zones 8 to 11, can grow the tree outdoors all season long.
But growers in colder regions are also in luck – the Meyer Lemon Tree can be grown as a container plant indoors and on the patio in USDA zones 4 to.