Large Lemon Tree (Citrus Limon)

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Large Lemon Tree

Pot size: 18 litre

Height inc. pot 1.6 metres

Large Citrus limon


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A large lemon tree is really something rather special. They have gorgeous citrus scented leaves which are evergreen and highly fragrent flowers, followed by a good crop of decent sized lemons. Citrus limon 'Four Seasons' is a lovely cultivar and it lives up to its name by flowering and fruiting virtually all year round. This sized lemon tree really makes a statement but at the same time they are not too big to move to a sheltered spot for the winter months.

 Citrus trees always look wonderful planted into an attractive terracotta pot we recommend  for beautiful frostproof terracotta.

All of our tree orders come complete with care instructions, to see an online version of these please follow this link to our citrus tree care notes section.

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  • Situation Open Close

    In this country we need to grow Citrus in containers or planters, so they can be moved indoors where they will have shelter from the low winter climate.

    Once indoors for the winter, they like a drier winter rest with an even cool temperature (frost free) and good light levels. In summer, they can be stood outside in the sunshine. A good time to do this is when all risk of frost has gone and night time temperatures are not too low. Start off in a semi shaded spot and then move into full sun, (over a week) this is to avoid leaf scorch.

    To view our range of Citrus trees please click here.

  • Feeding Open Close

    Feed Citrus with a propriety Citrus fertilizer, in spring use a high nitrogen Citrus feed, and in mid-late summer use a more balanced Citrus fertilizer.

  • Pruning Open Close

    If the tree needs to be shaped, in spring give a light prune and this will help promote more bushy growth further along the branches, flowers will still be produced.

  • Flowering Open Close

    The flowers do not need artificial pollinating, as they are self-fertile. Fruiting occurs once the flowers have set, its best to remove some of the set fruit as too many on one branch can often weigh the branch down. The fragrant flowers appear all year round, but are especially abundant in late winter, and fruit ripens up to 12 months later, so they often flower and fruit at the same time.

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    In the winter spray the leaves with a little water every now and then to keep up the humidity.

    In summer/growing season water with care, only water when the compost starts to dry out, this could be daily in warm dry weather or less often in more cloudy conditions. Do not over water.

  • Potting Open Close

    When its time to repot, just increase the pot size by a little, using a potting medium of John Innes No2 or No3.

  • Pest and diseases Open Close

    Citrus can be attacked by pests as any conservatory plant can. The most common are scale insect, mealy bug and red spider mite. These can be treated with a proprietary chemical or biological control.