Lemons

lemons2Eureka: Ever bearing, matures most of the year, produces main crop during autumn-winter, but carry number of small crops during summer-autumn months. Produces medium to large juicy fruit with few seeds, also holds well on tree.Few thorns, has a moderate, open growth about 4m.

Lisbon: Main crop is produce in the autumn-winter months, can give year round supplies. Hold well on tree and produces large fruit withsmooth yellow thin rind, with a true lemon zest flavour.  A medium size tree about 3-4m, vigorous grower and quite thorny.

Meyer: Maturing over the Autumn-Winter months. Fruit is pale orange in colour when mature and round than most lemons. Sweet lemon, skin lacks the “lemon zest” flavour. It is fairly frost hardy and cold tolerance, ideal cooler climate lemon. The tree is small to medium in size making it ideal for growing in pots.

Thornless: Similar to the Eureka in growing habits, the difference is the fruit has a smooth skin, also when fruit is left on tree the skin remains finer than the Eureka.

Lemonade: Main crops mature July/August. With careful pruning and feeding small summer crop is possible. Fruitcontains few seeds, looks like a lemon but is segments in a mandarin fashion. The flavour is described as “lemonade like”, very mild can be eaten straight from the tree. Tree growth is vigorous and attractive.