Meyer Lemon Tree From Seed
I bought some Meyer lemons a while back, because I had never tasted one. They are egg-sized, light orange skins when ripe, and taste tangy, but a taste between a tangy orange and a lemon.
I'm going to plant some seed I have saved and hopefully I'll get a tree or two. Below is a post on GW about this subject.
If you would like to have a few seeds to try, e-mail me with your address and I'll send to you.
From GW: Ã¯Â¿Â½Posted by silica (My Page) on Mon, Apr 30, 07 at 19:37
Meyer Lemons are usually grafted, or rooted, but can be propagated by seed. When Meyer Lemon's are grown from seed they will usually come true from seed, or fairly close to their parent. Your relative's tree should produce good tasting fruit, either the same as your Meyer or very close to your tree. It takes 4+ years to fruit from seed, when grown outdoor in a warm climate like California or Florida. When grow in a cold climate where the tree is in a building for 4- to 6 months a year, it can take longer.See this WEB site: www.tradewindsfruit.com/meyer_lemon.htm