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Re: Meyer lemon


How big does a Meyer lemon get? Could it be a houseplant, with summers spent outside? I ask because DH just bought one in a pot at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Cathy
On Friday, February 20, 2004, at 04:12 PM, james singer wrote:
Don't know if you're familiar with the Meyer lemon, but it's a cross between a real lemon and an orange. The juice tastes like lemon [slightly sweeter, maybe], but the fruit is round and about the same size as a valencia orange. That means they probably contain three or four times as much juice as a real lemon.

Tomorrow, however, we're going to the "Garden Gala" on Pine Island. "Plants, gardening books, arts, and crafts."

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