The Meyer lemon has a very thin skin and is, therefore, not suitable for long-term storage – the lemons generally will not last more than 10 days to two weeks before degrading. Continue reading
Category Archives: Meyer Lemon
Growing Meyer Lemons–Maximizing Yield
Our Meyer Lemon tree has been producing lemons for about 4 years now; Continue reading
Meyer Lemon Blooming in “Winter”.
Due to the mild winter weather so far, the Meyer lemon tree bloomed and with plenty of bees around (various species observed in late November, and early December— Continue reading
Meyer Lemons–Update–Fully Ripened!
In October, it became quite evident that we would enjoy a bountiful volume of Meyer Lemons–the green fruit just needed more time to ripen. Continue reading
Meyer Lemons Nearly Ripe
The Meyer Lemons are nearly ready for harvesting. The last few weeks of the process seems to be the longest— the waiting and checking part.
Last year the tree froze late in the Spring and did not set any lemon fruit. This year, it’s apparent that the tree has recovered from that freeze. Continue reading