A species of Citrus, Also known as Sweet lime, Meyer lemon, Sweet lemon Botanical name : Citrus limon Genus : Citrus
Lemon, A species of Citrus
Also known as:
Sweet lime, Meyer lemon, Sweet lemon
Botanical name: Citrus limon
Lemon is a cultivated small evergreen tree known for its yellow, juicy, sour fruits full of citric acid. Its origins are unknown, but it was probably first created in India, China, or Burma as a hybrid of sour orange (Citrus × aurantium) and citron (Citrus medica). It is commercial fruit cultivated in warm regions around the world.
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Lemons are rich in vitamins, which can effectively promote metabolism and delay aging.
Though lemon trees are typically grown commercially, they have seen a jump in popularity in home gardens. Their compact size (they can even be grown indoors), attractive leaves, and bright, tasty fruit have made them a staple in warmer-climate regions, particularly in Mediterranean-style gardens. Planting a lime tree nearby will help pollinate your lemon tree, and lemon balm will help deter harmful caterpillars. Roses, geraniums, and jasmine work great when planted under lemon trees.
Care Guide for Lemon
Lemon is drought-tolerant, but consistent moisture will ensure the healthiest plant. New plants need a regular watering schedule until they become established. Mature plants prefer to be deeply and thoroughly watered, rather than lightly and frequently. When the top few inches of soil are dry, water the plant. In hot summer, your plant may require more water than usual.
Fertilization once every half month during the growing season.
Shape the plant every 2 months during the growing season.
Sowing, Grafting, Cutting, Layering