Giveaway: The Small But Mighty Meyer Lemon Tree

March 29, 2016 by


The small but mighty Meyer Lemon tree is all about versatility–it’s adaptable to many planting conditions and you can do so much with its wonderful fruit.

Due to its small stature, the Meyer Lemon tree does well outside in warm climates where it adapts very quickly to its container. In cold climates, the tree thrives happily outdoors then moves indoors when the weather turns frigid–and no matter where it lives, the Meyer Lemon tree will produce fruit.


Unique Fruit of the Meyer Lemon Tree
It’s a unique fruit. I just tasted one today: the lemons are not tart nor do they have the 
acidic tangy bite of a traditional lemon. Meyer Lemons are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange, a fruit that’s sweet compared to other lemons. As the lemons have a very thin rind which is also not tart, the entire juicy fruit can be consumed and enjoyed. Chefs and home cooks alike use Meyer Lemons in a wide variety of dishes calling for an aromatic, sweet flavor and its bright color is a compliment to many recipes making look as good as they taste.

Demonstrate your good taste: add the citrusy aroma of a lemon tree in your home as a houseplant and kitchen plant.


Want one? Enter our Giveaway now for a chance to win a Meyer Lemon Tree!

Improved Meyer Lemon Tree Giveaway!

Terms: By entering the above giveaway, you agree to receiving newsletters and special offers from Urban Gardens and

This sweet Meyer Lemon Tree Giveaway starts March 29, 2016 and ends April 12, 2016.  One lucky entry will be notified via email on April 12 at noon PST.


  1. Win a Dwarf Improved Meyer Lemon Tree - | Pingback said:

    […] Win a Dwarf Improved Meyer Lemon Tree ends 4/12/16.  Enter now to win a meyer lemon tree from This tree can be grown outdoors in warmer climates, or indoors in colder climates with a south facing window! […]

    — April 1, 2016 @ 20:19

  2. Tom Mann said:

    It won’t register me for an entry on Twitter, although I already follow. I don’t have a Pinterest account. Good luck to all the entrants.

    — April 1, 2016 @ 21:17

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