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Lisbon Lemon Tree

Citrus x limon 'Lisbon'

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Lisbon Lemon Tree

Citrus x limon 'Lisbon'

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Botanical Name

Citrus x limon 'Lisbon'

Outdoor Growing zone

9-10

Mature Height

8-15

Mature Width

8-15

Sun needs

Full Sun

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The Lisbon Lemon is a classic, heirloom lemon variety that has stood the test of time. It is a vigorous, hardy tree that produces a heavy crop of beautiful lemons. The fruit is large, smooth-skinned, full of tangy juice, and with few seeds. The tree is evergreen, with beautiful, rich-green glossy leaves, and fragrant white flowers in spring, as well as in other seasons too. The main crop of fruit is during winter and spring, but some lemons will also be ripe at other seasons, as established trees can produce flowers at almost any time of year. This tree can be grown outdoors in frost-free areas, or indoors in winter in a large pot. Place your tree in a sunny place outdoors in warmer weather, for the best growth and fruit production.

  • Heavy crop of juicy fruit
  • Fruit all winter and spring, with some in other seasons too
  • The most vigorous and hardy variety
  • Easily grown indoors or out
  • Attractive tree with fragrant blossoms

To grow your tree in a container, choose a large pot with drainage holes. Use a well-drained soil mix, and water thoroughly once the soil is 1/3rd dry. Fertilize during spring and summer. This tree is hardy, cold, heat and wind resistant, and it is not particularly prone to pests or diseases. It is always beautiful, and when you start harvesting your very own lemons, you will wonder why you waited so long to grow your own citrus fruit – it is a very easy thing to do, and the rewards are enormous.

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