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Seedless Meyer Lemon

Posted by roses_more_roses Z9 N CA (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 26, 11 at 15:57

My friend gave me a Hugh bag of lemons to make Marmalade. They are round and thin skinned. I tasted a small piece and it was as sweet or sweeter than any Meyer that I have tasted. When I peeled away the skin it smelled like a Meyer lemon. Inside they are just slightly green. they are also very juicy, I am so surprised that I have cut up dozens and not one seed. So I am wondering what this might be, since I used google and didn't find anything for seedless Meyer.

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RE: Seedless Meyer Lemon

Any chance it isn't a Meyer? There are several varieties of seedless or few seed lemons. Armstrong is one I can think of.


RE: Seedless Meyer Lemon

I suspected that they were another variety, and they turned out to be Pomona Sweet. They smell just like Meyer, but are even sweeter.

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