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1 + Year Old - 2 Trees In One Pot! <b>Cocktail Citrus Tree</b> Meyer Lemon/Key Lime
1 Gallon COcktail Citrus Tree

1 + Year Old - 2 Trees In One Pot! Cocktail Citrus Tree Meyer Lemon/Key Lime

Your Price:$32.99
Part Number:ONL-RB-CKT-1G

Enjoy a Meyer Lemon Citrus Tree & Key Lime Citrus Tree In The Same Pot; That Flowers and Fruit Right Away

Your Tree is Shipped Direct From USDA & FDAC Registered/Certified Facility

Estimated Tree Size, Including Nursery Container: 12"–16" Tall (Shipped Package Size – 8" x 8" x 16")

Orders are Collected Wednesday Tru Sunday and Shipped Monday/Tuesday via USPS

Orders are NOT ABLE TO BE SHIPPED TO AZ, CA, HI, LA, TX, PUERTO RICO, GUAM, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, AMERICAN SAMOA, and NORTHERN MARINA ISLANDS
1/Gal. Citrus Tree • 1-2 Years Old

Trademarked as a Cocktail Citrus Tree the combination of a Meyer lemon and a Key lime citrus tree gives you a taste of both worlds. The Meyer lemon is less acidic, while the Key lime is higher in acidity, making a great parring for a container citrus plant. Both citrus fruit is known for ingredients recipes most notably the Key lime is the ingredient in Key lime pie.

How often does a Meyer lemon / Key lime citrus tree bloom, flower and have fruit? Both varieties are overbearing which means that you can experience tree bloom throughout the year.

What is the size of a Meyer lemon fruit? The size of the Meyer Lemon citrus fruit is medium sized at roughly 2 1/2 - 3 inches

What is the size of a Key lime fruit? The size of the Key lime citrus fruit is roughly 1-2 inches

What is the Meyer lemon / Key lime cocktail citrus tree like?

  • Small compact growing habit
  • Lemon fruit is low in acidity; Lime fruit is higher in acidity
  • Great for container and garden pot growing due to its size and year-round fruiting
How long for Cocktail citrus tree fruit to ripen? Generally Cocktail citrus tree fruit take roughly 6-9 Months from bloom to fruit.

How big does a Cocktail citrus tree get? In a patio container the tree will only grow as large as the roots will allow; making the tree a somewhat dwarfed size.