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 -  Wednesday, July 27, 2011
I NEED A FERTILIZER
Reviewed By: CB (OCEAN SPRINGS, MS)
This is my first year for my Dwarf Lemon Tree potted for patio growing. Plant flowered and produced 8 green balls that look like golf balls. The plant is about 2 foot in height and plenty of healthy leaves. What does my plant need to produce yellow lemons? I water as needed and fertilize using Miracle Grow.
 -  Friday, July 08, 2011
Recently purchased
Reviewed By: Pat (Charleston, SC)
About 3 months ago I recieived the Meyers Lemon, Key Lime and Venous Orange trees. All three were about 6 inches high but looked healthy. I transplanted them into individual large Pots and set them outside in the sun. They are growing like mad. They must be 18 inches tall now and continue to set out new leaves. I don't anticipate any blossoms or fruit for a couple of years, but would love to be wrong! Will bring them into our sunroom this winter when temps drop below 30 and see how they do. That usually is the critical time for fruit trees. So far, I have been really pleased.
 -  Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Got Lemons?
Reviewed By: John (Wilmigton, DE)
When I received my tree it was was a couple sprigs with a few leaves and about 8 inches high. In the next year and a half it transformed into a 2 foot tall bush complete with dozens of lemons. All I did was make sure it was well lighted, watered, and fed it every once in a while.
 -  Thursday, December 02, 2010
DWARF MEYER
Reviewed By: STAN (LANEXA, VA)
I GOT MY LEMON TREE PLANTS THREE YEARS AGO.THE FIRST TWO YEARS WHERE SLOW AND STEADY GROWTH BUT NOT ALOT OF LEMONS.HOWEVER THIS YEAR THEY'RE WERE 30 LEMONS ON MY LITTLE 2FT TREES.THEY ARE THE ABSOLUTE BEST LEMONS IVE EVER HAD AND MY WIFE LOVES THEM.THANKS GURNEY,S
 -  Saturday, October 23, 2010
thorns
Reviewed By: Kim Pozivilko (St. Joseph, MI)
I received lemon, orange and lime trees and they have grown well, but they look like bushes and are full of very large thorns. I called Gurneys and they told me that the photos are of mature plants and that my lemon tree will lose the large thorns and look more like a tree instead of a thorn bush as it matures. I thought people should know about this if they have little children or pets as the thorns are very long and sharp, some over an inch long.