Unique Foliage & Fragrant BlossomsThe Variegated Pink Lemon has distinctive green and yellow variegated foliage. The fruit is striped with bright pink flesh. These lemons have clear juice and acidic lemon flavor. It displays fuchsia-colored new growth and flower buds. Variegated Pink is an excellent landscape tree, prized more for interesting variegated foliage than for fruit quality and quantity. If given proper care, sun, fertilizer and well-draining soil, you should have a wonderful citrus tree that is simply beautiful. With its gorgeous variegated leaves and very fragrant white blossoms, this is the ultimate ornamental edible. This plant is hardy in zones 9-10. If you live below zone 9, you can plant it in a container and bring it indoors for the winter.These trees are well established with some of the largest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. If you live in a colder climate, simply plant them in a container. Bring your tree indoors near a sunny window, and let the intoxicating citrus scent brighten your home during cold winter days.* Pink Striped Fruit* Varigated Foliage* Dark Pink Flower Buds* Grow Indoors & Out .
This is the Classic Sour Yellow Lemon! When you want a lemon – not a gourmet fruit with a pretentious name, or a lemon that some chef has described as “tart with hints of berry and jasmine” or any other such nonsense. Just a lemon. A “pucker your kisser and brighten your tea” honest-to-goodness kitchen lemon. When you want a simple, real lemon you have to pick a Lisbon.This is the lemon you buy in the grocery store. This is the lemon you remember as a kid daring your buddies to eat without making a face. This is the lemon that makes fish dishes sing and lemonade soar. This is the classic sour yellow lemon you need.Cold resistant and easy to grow – either in the yard in a forgiving climate or in a pot in the house by a big sunny window anywhere else – Lisbon Lemon has been known to produce year round for you. Smooth skin that isn’t too thick makes Lisbon easy to peel and easy to zest. One of the juiciest of all the lemons, Lisbon is great in cooking, juicing and drinking.Sometimes you just need the basics. Thankfully, Lisbon Lemon is a basic that is anything but basic! Order yours today!* Cold Resistant * Produces All Year * Tree Form * Grow Indoors & Out .
One-Squeeze Lemonade!It’s funny how some things happen. Take the New Zealand Lemon, for instance. You’d be hard-pressed to find a backyard in New Zealand without one of these easy-to-grow, easy-to-care-for trees. But try to buy one in your local nursery and they’ll look at you and reckon you’re suss. (Kiwi translation – “Think you’re suspicious.”)We have searched far and wide to be able to offer you this great little citrus tree. It wasn’t easy, but we now have a supplier and are ready to unleash this awesome Kiwi goodness to the states.Why did we go to all the trouble? We could explain it to you, but it’d be far better if you just bought a tree and tried the fruit yourself. One taste and you’ll understand. As a matter of fact you’ll probably curse New Zealand for keeping this a secret for so long! In its native land they simply call this tree ‘lemonade’. The juice is so sweet that all you have to do is squeeze it into a glass and add ice. No sugar needed!If you live where citrus trees thrive, you shouldn’t wait any longer to buy this. We will probably sell out fast once word starts getting around. And you might want to buy a large dog or a feisty kangaroo to protect your tree, because your neighbors will be tempted to “share” your bounty.Trust us, this is fair dinkum (the real deal)!Buy yours today!*Heavy-bearing fruit tree*Easy to grow*Fruit tastes like lemonade*Delicious fresh or juiced*New on the market, so it’s sure to sell out! .
Highest Juice Content of Any LemonSi signore! (Yes sir!) This is the lemon you’ve been looking for. Femminello Santa Teresa Lemon, Citrus limon ‘Femminello Santa Teresa’, has the most classic lemon taste you’ll find in a citrus fruit. It’s the exact fruit that the Italians have been using to make their world famous limoncello drinks for ages. No other lemon works as well.There are many great things about the Italian Lemon, besides the taste. For starters, it has a low seed count. Less seeds means it’s easier to cook with or to squeeze over your food or to put into your tea. Less seeds equals less trouble. It also has a high juice content – one of the highest juice contents of any lemon. This means that it is great to squeeze into a juice or lemonade.Believe it or not, though, it isn’t the juice that makes this lemon so revered…it’s the rind. The lemon zest of the Italian Lemon is the real prize. The rind is high in lemon oil, which is the essential ingredient in so much Italian cooking and, yes, those world-famous limoncellos.When you’re ready to go ‘old world’ in the kitchen, order one of these great trees from us! We deliver healthy three-year old trees that have great branching and sturdy roots to get you off to the best start possible.Great in containers in a sunny window, too!* Perfect lemon taste* Prized for cooking and juicing* Great in containers .
4-Piece Meyer Lemon Gift SetA Meyer Lemon has been called the “perfect” lemon because it is naturally sweeter than tart, store-bought lemons.You can’t buy Meyer Lemons at the local grocery store, so if you want to enjoy the lemons prized by chefs, you’ve got to grow your own Meyer Lemon tree.A Meyer Lemon is actually a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. The resulting fruit has that distinctive lemony flavor with extra sweetness and just a hint of orange flavor. Fortunately, a Meyer Lemon tree grows well in containers, and adjusts to a wide variety of growing conditions. A Meyer Lemon tree is equally spectacular as a houseplant or a focal point on the patio. A Meyer Lemon tree blooms with dainty white flowers in late fall and then again in spring. The flowers will fill your home or yard with a fresh citrus fragrance. Afterwards, clusters of lemons with begin to grow and ripen. A Meyer Lemon is self-pollinating, so you only need one tree to produce fruit.The Meyer Lemon Tree Gift Set makes it possible for anyone to enjoy homegrown Meyer Lemons. The gift set includes a potted Meyer Lemon tree, 18-24 inches tall and ready to transplant into the growing container of your choice. Each gift set also incudes Bio-Tone Starter Plus food, Schrade Fruit Sampler Knife and a lemon squeezer made of durable metal with a bright yellow enameled finish.The Meyer Lemon Tree Gift Set is the perfect choice for chefs, gardeners and anyone who loves the taste of fresh lemons in cold beverages or gourmet foods. .
Heavy Producer that’s Great for ContainersThe Eureka Lemon produces large crops of lemons annually. It bears all year and is a standard market variety. This lemon is somewhat knobby, thick-skinned, and has a short neck at the stem end. Eureka is easy to espalier, and has fewer thorns than other traditional lemons. Dwarf Citrus will average 8-10′ tall, and it will get taller unless pruned. Watering can vary, depending on container size, drainage and location of the tree. Containerized citrus trees should be allowed to dry between waterings. The Eureka lemon contains a moderate amount of juice, and is grown primarily for this acidic juice, which can be used to flavor both sweet and savory dishes. Lemons are very rich in vitamin C and also provide potassium and folic acid. The Eureka Lemon can be kept in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Lemons stored at room temperature will keep for about 1 week. The juice and zest of lemons can be frozen.Although the Eureka Lemon can grow as tall as 12 feet, it can be grown in a container & kept pruned to maintain a dwarf shape. This allows you to grow them in colder climates; just bring the container inside during colder weather.* Produces Prolifically All Year* Few Thorns* Can Be Grown in a Container.
Enjoy the Most Popular Lemon You Can Grow Indoors & OutSometimes called the perfect lemon tree, Dwarf Meyer Lemon Trees tolerate versatile growing conditions and produces outstanding fruit. It would be equally spectacular as a houseplant, ornamental patio plant or as a focal point in your yard.The Dwarf Meyer Lemon Tree is not available in stores, you’ve got to grow your own to enjoy them. Fortunately, the Dwarf Meyer Lemon Tree grows well in containers, and adjusts to a wide variety of growing conditions Dwarf Meyer Lemon Trees can reach 10 feet, but will easily adjust to less than 4 feet indoors. Just when you think the beauty of summer and excitement of fall harvests are done, your Meyer Lemon will surprise you with a November bloom…and repeat it again in the spring! The dainty white flowers will charm you with their delicate purple base, while their intense citrus fragrance will fill your home or yard with their captivating scent. After the blooms pass, clusters of lemons will appear and begin to ripen. When not in bloom, your lemon tree will continue to delight with its glossy leaves of deep green and upright, compact appearance.The Dwarf Meyer Lemon Tree is rounder, sweeter and less acidic. The fruit also bears a unique hint of orange flavor. The flesh, juice and rind are all highly prized by chefs. Our Dwarf Meyer Lemon Trees have some of the deepest root systems available. We take pride in delivering you the highest quality citrus trees with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Dwarf Meyer Lemon Trees are one of the hardiest dwarf citrus trees you can find, and among the most versatile. Bring one into your home today and begin to experience its outstanding benefits. * Tolerates versatile conditions* Fragrant* Less Acidic, Sweeter Fruit* Grow Indoors & Out .
A space-saver’s dream! What is better than being able to pick fresh citrus from your own lemon or lime tree? Being able to pick fresh fruit from both! This new idea is the best of both worlds. It’s a Lemon tree AND a Lime tree growing together in one container. This isn’t a graft, it is actually two individual dwarf sized trees growing in one container. Why? So you can save a ton of space while enjoying the most popular home citrus varieties. We have grown the super-popular Meyer Lemon and Bearss Lime together in one container. These two varieties are slow growing and easily kept pruned to form a single, beautiful multi-trunk tree. These are two of the easiest citrus to grow in pots no matter what your climate. The only extra attention these guys need is a double dose of fertilizer, since there are 2 robust trees growing in one pot. Otherwise, they are a cinch to grow! You can leave the lemon & lime trees to grow together in a single pot, just moving to a bigger pot every couple of years. If you decide that you want to plant them in the ground, we’ve situated them so that they will grow together to become one amazingly productive tree. We know that this lemon & lime tree is going to be a hit and will sell out fast, so don’t miss out on this limited quantity exclusive to Nature Hills! * Super space saving! * Robust root stock means great fruit production. * Can be grown in a container or in the ground* Have the only one in the neighborhood .