Product review for Dwarf Meyer Lemon
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- Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Doing Pretty Good
Reviewed By: Kim (Dallas, Georgia)
I received this lemon tree last spring,planted it, and moved it outside when the weather got warm. It grew to about a foot or so with beautiful dark green leaves. Brought it inside before 1st frost and it has lost most of its leaves but the stems are still green. It has now produced about 4 flowers and the lemons are forming. I think you just have to allow time for this tree but I will wait to see if more leaves form soon. I will move it back outside when no spring temps allow. Overall, I am happy. I also ordered the Olive tree and it died but Gurneys is replacing it this spring.
- Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Plant just started growing
Reviewed By: Eve (Clifton, NJ)
I purchased this plant in 2009, when it arrived at my home, it only had one (1) leaf. It remained tiny until this summer where it grew additional branches and leaves, its about 1 foot at this point. Has not flowered and I don't see any signs of buds. Not sure what is wrong with it, it looks healthy.
- Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Reviewed By: Chrissy (Pittsburgh, PA)
I got this plant in the fall, and it was great. I transplanted it, it bloomed and even set one little bitty fruit. When the weather began changing, it dropped its flowers and leaves. I could still see some new growth, so I thought it might be a seasonal thing. Then it dropped its new growth and turned brown. I'm still caring for it hoping it will come back, but I'm not holding my breath.
- Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Why isn't mine as great as everyone elses?
Reviewed By: Kristal (Layton, UT)
I recieved my lemon tree last Spring and when I recieved it, it had holes all over in the leaves. I took pictures hoping it wouldn't die. It has since lost those leaves and has only about 3 healthy leaves left. It is so tiny and hasn't grown at all. I bought special soil for it and it is constantly in the sun. What can I do to help it? I was so excited to have this tree but it looks like a stick.
- Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Reviewed By: tiff (28602, nc)
I received my lemon tree one year ago. She is now 2 ft tall and 1.5ft wide. I brought the plant in for the winter in October. In December, my lemon started blooming. The tree is now covered with 80 blossoms and/or tiny fruitlets.