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Non-GMO Organic Fresh Seeds - Arizona Meyer Lemon Tree Seeds



Freshly Harvested Spring 2022 Grown right here in Arizona!  These are not imports!

In 1973, a new virus-free Meyer lemon tree was created and accepted by the USDA for production. Although many believe Meyers to be a genetically modified fruit, it is in fact categorized by the USDA as a “natural” hybrid fruit.

Meyer lemons are a cross between a Eureka & Lisbon lemon variety and a Mandarin orange. Meyer lemons have smooth golden skin, the color of a fresh egg yolk Meyer lemons are rounder, smoother, and more orange in color than standard lemons. Their thin skin ranges from dark yellow to rich egg yolk, and their inner skin is a deep yellow. Additionally, Meyer lemons have barely any pith.  Regular lemons are incredibly acidic and sour. The differences are very distinct, especially when you see both varieties side by side. Although still moderately acidic, Meyer lemons don’t have the same tang as regular lemons. Instead, they’re much sweeter, so much so that some people enjoy adding the raw segments to their salads or desserts.

Our prices are reasonable, our seeds come from our own farm here in the USA, grown by our own family.  Compare our prices to other sellers offering seeds from China at $5 per seed!

It’s really easy to germinate our lemon seeds in a paper towel or a glass of water! Then fill a pot with seed starter soil and plant the germinated seeds in the soil.  Move the pot to a warm sunny location – like a windowsill – so your seedlings can continue to grow!

Soak your seeds in a glass of warm water for 2-3 hours before planting. Discard seeds that float after 3 days as they aren’t likely viable. Fill a pot with a good quality seed starter mix. Plant the lemon seeds in the soil at a depth of 1/4″.

Do Meyer lemons grow true from seed? Normally citrus will grow true from seed. With Meyer lemons, you can get twins coming from 1 seed! If this happens, let them grow out until they each have 4 leaves and then carefully separate the plants and pot them up separately.

How long does it take to grow a lemon tree from seed?
After you plant your lemon tree, you should wait about 3 years before it can produce lemons for consumption. When you grow a lemon tree from seed, no matter the method, you should expect 3 – 6 years before it becomes capable of producing edible fruits.

Can I grow a Meyer lemon tree indoors?
If growing a Meyer lemon tree indoors, opt for your sunniest window or use grow lights to supplement the natural sunlight. Your tree should also be located somewhere very warm, away from any drafts or cold blasts of air.

Do you dry lemon seeds before planting?
When growing a lemon tree from seed,  the best chances of germination will be to dry the seeds completely on nonstick paper or aluminum foil before planting.  Keep seeds out of direct sunlight.

How long does it take for lemon seeds to germinate in soil?
It will take 1 to 2 weeks. Some seedlings will need up to three weeks to sprout depending on temp factors. Transplant the seedlings when the tails are about 3 inches long. Make a shallow hole (a half inch deep) in a pot of damp, well-drained soil, and tuck the seedling, tail-side-down into the hole.

Is Meyer lemon self pollinating?
Pollination Good thing that these trees are self-pollinating! Meyer Lemon Trees can bloom all year, but they have two main blooming times: fall and early spring. If they bloom while it’s too cold for them to be outside, simply keep your tree indoors.


10 Arizona Meyer Lemon Seeds $12.88

20 Arizona Meyer Lemon  Seeds $18.88

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