"ever fruiting" lemons or limes
I am wondering if any lemon or lime varieties down here in Florida produce multiple crops a year. Looking for varieties such as Meyers which does well in a pot.
I had to give my lemon tree and my Key lime to a friend when I moved down here to St Pete. Just did not have the room to put them on the truck.
I could almost always get two sets of flowers a year, I believe that is not normal, and was likely a result of the day length and climate i was giving them.
Thoughts? or is it now that i can grow them outside, I am stuck with a single crop a year? (I will say the lemons up north never got to full size, though they ripened.. and maybe that is why I was able to get multiple crops a year)