Model # 00416

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Bloomsz Lemon Tree in Decorative Planter


Lemon Tree in Decorative Planter

$2699 /each
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Product Overview

Add the incredibly fresh, citrus scent of lemon blossoms to your home by growing a lemon tree. Fragrant white flowers bloom among attractive, glossy green leaves. Lemons begin to appear in the spring and as they mature they help to provide visual interest for the remainder of the year. Lemon trees are extremely hardy and grow well indoors while providing edible fruit to enjoy in beverages, in cooking and as garnishes. The included, color-coordinated metal pot with handles makes it easy to move your tree from one location to another.

  • Self-pollinating, only 1 tree is needed to produce fruit
  • Glossy evergreen foliage provides the background for vivid yellow fruit
  • Excellent teacher appreciation and housewarming gift
  • Lemon trees adapt well to container culture and only require transplanting to a larger, well-draining container as needed
  • Prefer sunny location
  • Grows 6 ft. to 8 ft. tall
  • Plant 15 ft. apart
  • Perennial in zones 8-12
  • Growing instructions: lemon trees are great indoor and outdoor patio plants, for best results, in the spring move your potted tree outdoors into full sun when the threat of frost is past, bring it back indoors in the fall before the frost season begins, fertilize regularly with high nitrogen formula, 5-3-3 ratio, water thoroughly while letting the surface soil dry between watering, do not overwater, prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches, remove any new growth or stems near the soil



Mature Height (in.)
Mature Width (in.)


Additional Characteristics
None Listed
Botanical Name
Citrus limon ‘Meyer Lemon’
Common Name
Lemon Tree
Edible Type
Evergreen or Deciduous
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Optimal Soil Condition
Shipped As
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun

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Customer Questions & Answers

How tall is the $26. Meyer lemon tree?

Asked by: hottina44
Update: One month later. Tree just sits here and did nothing. All of a sudden in the last week it started going crazy with new growth and is now 21 1/2 inches.
Answered by: Baglady
Date published: 2017-08-14

How long will it take for this tree to produce fruit?

I plan to eventually transfer it to a half-whiskey barrel. It will be grown on a sunny patio,
Asked by: trudy
Trees are young, you are at the least a year from fruit, more than likely two years. Try a Myers Lemon tree, they can be bought with fruit on them.
Answered by: Rich
Date published: 2017-08-14

Are the grafted tree

Asked by: Sharon1369
Yes they are grafted.
Answered by: Baglady
Date published: 2017-08-08

Purchased tree last year and have lemons. This year nothing. Is there a reason why there are no lemons this year?

Asked by: Pamela
I am new to growing citrus. It's a bit different than anything I have ever grown. I found a great website that I have learned a lot from. It is called Gardenweb. It has a citrus forum on it and the folks there are very nice and very experienced people. You will learn everything you need to know there.
Answered by: Baglady
Date published: 2017-08-14
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Customer Reviews

Lemon Tree in Decorative Planter is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lemon tree was a lemon I did all I could but it died within a week of receiving it. I have been attempting via email to get instructions on how to send it back and get a refund or replacement but no one has responded so far.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hanging on Bought mine from the local Home Depot... It is hanging on. It smelled really good. Then it started to wither but i repot it and i look forward to the journey. I'm not giving up either!
Date published: 2017-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lemon Tree The tree came in a very protective box. I transplanted it right away. It's doing great!
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Plant was delivered dead.... Plant was delivered dead.
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from plant is alive but leaves are turning brown after being placed in direct sunlight per instructions plant is alive but leaves are turning brown after being placed in direct sunlight per instructions
Date published: 2017-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's very nice for me but I wouldn't recommend it for others. It takes a lot of care It's very nice for me but I wouldn't recommend it for others. It takes a lot of care
Date published: 2017-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It grows lemons! I bought one last year around this time. I was not sure if I could grow a lemon 'tree' in a potter. I live near Philadelphia - so at least 3-4 snow sessions assured. However, I bought one, despite the spouses cynical views, just to see if it survives and grows. The label claimed, expect lemons in @18 months. I picked one up that liked the healthiest of the lot(it's always better to pick it yourself than depending the delivery guys to deliver it - lots of chances of damage despite the greatest care they take). I planted it in a large potter, also from HD. Used one of the commercial soils and watered it regularly. It started growing and was @ 1.5 feet by the time it was cold enough to warrant bringing it in. I have a northeast facing basement window where it stayed for the rest of the winter. With temperature almost in the hug 50's to low 60's throughout the winter, I waited expecting it to wither away. But guess what, it survived! And by late feb, it gave me a surprise! @ 5 buds and I had yet to move it out in the sun! This was within @ 8-9 months of purchase. Unfortunately, all withered away with just 1 maturing for a small node that looks like a lemon. After moving it out once the temperatures increased, I trimmed the branches, as I do not want it to spread too much. Currently having another batch of @10-15 buds / flowers and hoping that most mature into lemons! Overall a good buy! Not giving it a 5 as I have yet to harvest any of the lemons. Will surely update / upgrade to 5, once I make lemonade :-)!
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I kept it for a laugh Life did not give me lemons this time. I was so excited that I finally found an affordable lemon tree. When I opened the box I found a 7" tall "Charlie Brown" tree with 3 leaves no longer attached. I just couldn't send this poor pathetic thing back. I'm anxiously awaiting the first new leaf, and perhaps in 5 or 10 years I'll get a lemon. But it won't die on my watch.
Date published: 2016-05-24
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