Pruning A Meyer Lemon Tree?


The optimum time of year for pruning Meyer lemon trees is the dormant season, December, January (best) and until the middle of February. For Meyer lemon trees, remove about 20% of last years growth. Do most of the pruning in the top of the tree so that the lower branches are exposed to sunlight. Sun exposed wood remains fruitful and produces the largest fruit. Shaded branches eventually stop fruiting and will never produce without drastic topping and renewal of the entire tree.
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According to the University of Florida Nassau County Extension Office, Meyer lemon trees need to be pruned when they are young to remove any interfering branches, water sprouts or
I have one that is 4 years old. It produced 23 large lemons last year and the tree is less that 4 ft. tall. Don't worry about the height. Suggest you buy some citrus fertilizer sticks
1. Choose the proper time to prune lemon trees. Lemon trees are evergreen trees that do not demonstrate a true dormancy, such as the loss of leaves. However, the growth and metabolism
Prune your lemon tree accurately. Do away with every sucker that is growing from the tree.
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How to Prune Meyer Lemon Trees
When it comes to lemons, there’s nothing like a Meyer Lemon. They manage to blend the sweet and tart in the lemon, and can be planted not only as outdoor trees or hedges, but as patio or indoor plants as well. With a thinner skin, and more juice,... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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